Where Have I Been?
With my husband and my dad.
Then there was a Ram with FOUR horns?!
You can see three of them in this picture if you look
This guy is vacuuming these horses, shinning them all up.
And he had about 10 of them to do!!!
Of course I am all about weird stuff at the fair.
So when I saw this I had to get a picture of it.
Actually I think it is pretty, now I don't want one
and I don't want my daughter to get one
but it is colorful.
I asked the girls if they would mind letting me
take their picture and they said it was fine.
They also said it hurt like a son of a gun.
They had tats in other places but said this was
the most painful of them all.
I heard on TV the other day this is the new fad.
Tattoos behind the ears.
We had the grand dog this week too. When she gets
tired and crashes, she CRASHES!
I took several pictures of her and she never moved
or woke up. She is fun to keep now
that she uses the doggie door.
He was so excited about the flower and the bird feather!
I laughed at him (not to his face!) he was so cute about the things he took pictures of.
There are about 25 of us in class and we all took pictures of her.
We were there for over 3 1/2 hours and she never complained,
took one break to rest and was such a sweet willing victim.
This is not all I have done this past week. We went to the Jeff Dunham show and he was so stinkin' funny. The Guitar Man that opened his show was almost funnier than Jeff. Then there was a heckler in the upper level seating, (probably a little too much beer!) that had us all going pretty good. It was funny to see how he improvised, but of course he is a professional. The only thing I don't care for is all the adult language that was used. I was surprised it was that rank. There were lots of kids in the audience too. I am not a prude, but I do get tired of hearing the "f" word all the time. And especially after I have paid some pretty good hard earned money to go out and have a good time. But the building is WONDERFUL. We have just opened the BOK Center in down town Tulsa. I don't know how long they have been building it, remember I have only been here a year. But it is one awesome building. I saw the mounted police, my dream!! And we saw the bike patrol, the segways and then tons of officers on foot. So I felt very safe, and we got in and out so quickly. It was a really good experience.
I am tired, having been going and doing too much. But I have some really great news to share if anyone is still with me.
William Michael McAllister
Is Home On
Home after a year of service in Iraq.
Welcome home Will.
We will see you in OKC very soon.