Monthly Archives: March 2010

World of Food

I’ve been waiting awhile to write about this in detail, and after yesterday’s poor judgement call on my part…I feel it is time to finally face the beast.  It’s the number one thing I’ve noticed since returning home to the … Continue reading

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How did this happen?

Before I go into a recently discovered travesty, let me tell you about my friend Nikki. I met Nikki at Cingular Wireless…I think it was early 2003. One of the first things I learned about this person was her deep, … Continue reading

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Walking in Redbud Valley

If I look just to my right, I can see out my bedroom window and the growing blanket of snow on the ground, fence, and surrounding rooftops.  If I walked to the front door and looked at my car, it … Continue reading

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You Can’t Go Home Again

I’ve already mentioned that the gigantic food portions have bee difficult to adjust to. They still are, thankfully. In a similar vein, it’s absolutely ridiculous to me to walk through my still-empty home and remember that it was full to … Continue reading

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Rhys’ New Foods List – January/February

Yeah, this is way, WAY overdue…I apologize.  This will be my last entry in this series for now, unless something MAJOR happens. 1/3 – Roast Pork Neck:  If they hadn’t told me it was neck, I wouldn’t have known really. … Continue reading

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Oral Roberts University

Tulsa, Oklahoma is absolutely littered with gems that I have taken for granted my entire life.  Today, I was able to spend some time wandering the campus of Oral Roberts University and see some of the interesting architecture that, previous … Continue reading

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One Week In

So, it’s been a week since we rolled into Tulsa and back into the land I know.  What’s been going on with us?  A lot of visiting of friends and family, coupled with many occasions of too much food.  And … Continue reading

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