Wednesday, March 15, 2017

At the Mabee-Gerrer

This was our save-money-for-the-summer Spring Break.

I got home from Boston on Spring Break Monday. On Spring Break Tuesday, we applied for passports. On Spring Break Wednesday, we made a stop at Penn Square Mall in OK and after stopping for Wendy's Frosties on the way home, made our first family visit to the Mabee-Gerrer Museum at St. Gregory's University in Shawnee. We saw mummies, shrunken heads, cuneiform tablets, a painting by Tintoretto, and many other artifacts and works of art in their small, wide-ranging permanent collection. Afterwards, we spent some time in the campus labyrinth (photos below).

Saturday, February 04, 2017

Across the Red River for Across the Himalayas

Grandmother and Granddaddy came to Ada for "Across the Himalayas," which inluded the first screening in ECU's seventh annual foreign film festival--a film from Nepal, "The Black Hen,"--a book discussion about "The Inheritance of Loss," by Kiran Desai, and hand-made Nepalese dumplings.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

World Citizens in the Bear's Den

The "loser" gave away all his money to a non-profit organization supporting the musical arts and retired in Paris.

Women's March in OKC