One of my favorite flowers is the calla lily. Although it is definitely not native to this area, if protected from the cold, it can survive these parts:
Of course, my favorite photograph taken so far this year is of these juniper berries. Technically, I did not take this photograph from here in Texas, although they do grow in these parts:
Well, I was going to be all sophisticated and what-not this week. You know, philosophical and optimistic–but my kids ruined that one for me. That’s right, they rid me of those high-spirited feelings today.
I had a fine weekend in Sapulpa, Oklahoma celebrating my twin brother’s and my birthday together and with our mother, younger brother and my twin brother’s family. We ate at a nice resteraunt, watched a couple movies, went for a ride in my twin’s classic Cutless and enjoyed the very nice weather by going on a walk.
In this photograph, a mural depicting Historic Route 66 is displayed.
This is a busy street corner, quiet on a Sunday afternoon.
Sign from the “past”.
This is the entrance to a storefront, boarded up in Sapulpa, off of Historic Route 66.
I enjoyed my time in Oklahoma, and I hope you enjoy the photographs. Sapulpa is a quaint small city to visit. Next time, perhaps I will do a little shopping. Antiques anyone?