Thursday, October 31, 2019
We had a very nice weekend and I got to spend some time hiking a taking photos like the one above at Tulsa's Oxley Nature Center. Then things got crappy, wet, nasty, and cold for a couple days now. Oh well, we are plunging into winter. Fine with me, its killing the chiggers and ticks and the snakes should be quiet and hidden and the brush in the woods died back quite a bit. I love all the seasons, each of them offers something different. As we head into winter I love looking at the posts of those who live in the southern hemisphere because they are heading into summer. I'm a little jealous actually.
And it is Halloween. I love Halloween, what a great holiday. The weather is still pretty good, you don't have to buy anybody anything, and nobody feels sorry for you if you spend it alone. A little bit sad for us. Our son is away to college so we'll probably not hand out any candy. Son loved Halloween. He was about two in the photo above. Now he is twenty two. I hope everybody has a great week.
Thursday, October 24, 2019
|Tulsa Boston Avenue Church - an Art Deco masterpiece
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Thursday, October 17, 2019
|A recent scene from my neighborhood.
We are getting deeper into autumn and the days are getting shorter but we still have daylight savings time so the mornings are getting darker. We have two more weeks of this and then we revert to regular time so kids won't have to wait for the bus or walk to school in the dark. Off we go into winter!!
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Thursday, October 10, 2019
Thursday, October 3, 2019
The weather is always exciting to watch this year. Us in the northern hemisphere are watching summer slide away, some of us saw it slide away weeks ago and we in Oklahoma are still running our air conditioners. In the southern hemisphere, they are looking forward to spring and then summer. You see it all here on Skywatch Friday, a friendly corner of the interwebs.