Libraries & Magnolias

This week, the Senator and I did a really fun thing.  We got together with my parents and hosted a little get together for a dear friend of ours, Sean Burrage, who is the President of a University in the Southeastern part of our state. Sean is a special friend who not only served in the State Senate with my Senator, but he also worked for … Continue reading Libraries & Magnolias

Inauguration Day, Part II

The show must go on, and it did yesterday as my great state celebrated the historic swearing-in of Oklahoma’s 27th Governor. It was snowing and cold but those in charge of the festivities at the capitol did a marvelous job of moving the event along. It should come as no surprise that this was their fifth swearing-in ceremony, meaning they have been in charge of … Continue reading Inauguration Day, Part II

Oklahoma History, Part II

Just a few observations from the Gallery on the swearing in ceremony the other day. Reflected in the photo below are the members at their desks. I am sure they are listening intently. The Pro Tem had to quiet them only once during the session. Did you know that the during the ceremony, the members gave a standing ovation roughly twenty four separate times. Yes, … Continue reading Oklahoma History, Part II