Spring is in bloom here in Oklahoma. The official state tree, the Redbud, is at its peak blooming period now. They can be seen along many creek beds as well as domesticated ones in yards. I’ve attached a few photos; the first one is in my backyard which came up volunteer several years ago. Others are in my housing addition. Sorry, don’t have a clue what the white one is. All we need now if MORE rain.
Hope all is well,
Dixie reports: Tabor College Women’s Choir spent Spring Break on tour. The tour included performing at churches in four different states. There first stop was to visit the Cathedral on the Plains in Victoria.
While there they were able to do a practice session in the cathedral. Then on to points north and west for performances before returning to Kansas. The last stop on the tour was at my church home here in Topeka. Their beautiful music filled the sanctuary and filled our hearts with joy. Following the service we enjoyed a delicious potluck dinner together before they loaded back on the bus and headed home to Hillsboro. Jessica sings with the choir, so I did get to spend a brief time with her during the meal. Of course, wish it could have been longer. Arlyn & Audrey were with me this weekend and so they got to see her. They also got to meet new cousin, Amelia (Clinton & Sarah’s baby). It was a great weekend!!
Leroy Tanner — up close and personal.
St. Patrick’s Day sunset in Topeka KS
A holiday photo from my Nephew Chad in Delaware. It looks suspiciously similar to his Valentine’s Day photo. I suspect the snow never left.