Random sighting in OK




I love the color of green in the winter wheatfields.   This picture doesn’t do it justice.   I won’t decorate a room in this color, but I like it because it reminds me of the seasons God provides for us.  When I see the winter wheatfields,  it reminds me that spring is right around the corner here in OK.  I think I also like this color because it reminds me of my agricultural roots.  My dad doesn’t raise winter wheat, but he raises corn, soybeans, oats and alfalfa.





This is a brand new, never been used cattle truck.  I’ve never seen an unused cattle truck.  I’ve seen plenty of used ones.  I was telling Bill about it and he thought they came from the manufacturer used.




After taking the kids to meet my mom north of Kansas City before spring break.  I had to make an unexpected pit stop since I had to go the bathroom.  I stopped in Perry, OK.  I never stop there because it is to close to home, but I couldn’t make it home.  This statue sits outside a gas station in Perry.

2 Responses to Random sighting in OK

  • Rachel says:

    You are a true blogger–you’re taking pictures of random statues at bathroom stops! You crack me up!

  • Ruthie says:

    I agree / This makes you a true blogger. I got to catch up on your site as I sit home today with my little one who is sick. Just relaxin’…. rare and nice.


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