July 22, 2020

Still Here ... A Podcast Hiatus Update

The Blog Oklahoma Podcast has been on a bit of an extended hiatus and will be for a little bit longer. I am really sorry about that. I just wanted to let you all know I’m still here, everyone is okay and healthy (knock on wood), and the podcast will be back, eventually. ...
 July 13, 2020

Connect with us on Mastodon!

If you'd like to know more about what's going on behind the scenes, please follow blogoklahoma on Mastodon. @blogoklahoma@social.tulsa.ok.us
 July 10, 2020


This past Tuesday we held a nice memorial service for my grandmother who passed in January. This was the first chance the family could get together because of the pandemic. ...
 May 29, 2020

Blog Oklahoma Podcast Update

Unfortunately, I haven’t put out a new episode since last October. Not to make any excuses, but there was a series of unfortunate events that occurred that kept me away from the microphone. ...
 May 04, 2020

Returning Safely

If you're going out, please be safe and think of the safety of others. Keep 6ft apart and wear a mask.
 January 20, 2020

Loss in family / Podcast on hiatus

The Blog Oklahoma Podcast is going to be on hiatus for a little longer. ...
 December 02, 2019

Time for a Long Winter’s Nap

I'm taking a break from the podcast during the holiday season. I'll be back in January 2020 with all new episodes.
 November 01, 2019

Instagram Blog Month Challenge

I think it’s time once again to attempt an Instagram #blogmonth challenge this November. Post something new every day for the entire month.
 June 18, 2019

Our Calendar

Currently working on a new action plan and schedule for the podcast and other projects. Teamup calendar is proving very handy.
 June 06, 2019

This Land Podcast

I thought I would pass along this new interesting podcast from Crooked Media, This Land. An 1839 assassination of a Cherokee leader and a 1999 murder case – two crimes nearly two centuries apart provide the backbone to an upcoming 2019 Supreme Court decision that will determine the fate of five tribes and nearly half the land in Oklahoma.

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