My recent trip to Denver for the National Western Livestock Show reminded me of how far our nation’s cattlemen have come in the production of beef in the U.S.
“Daddy hit mommy, and mommy ran outside and cried.”
That’s what a three-year-old boy told his grandma while he played with toys on a patch-work rug in her sewing room.
One hundred seventeen years ago the oil industry as we know it was born. To say that event affected Oklahoma would be an understatement on the order of Noah saying, “Looks like rain.”
Sometimes it’s easier to remember something that happened 55 years ago than it is to remember last week, or yesterday.
Well, well. According to the old calendar on the wall, it’s New Year’s Resolution time again.
Looking back, I see I kept about half the reolutions I made for 2017.