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Ready or not, I am wrapping up 2016 and going bravely into 2017.  We traveled to Kansas City for Thanksgiving and had a wonderful time with the Voight side of the family.  Kansas City during the holiday season is magical and spending time with the family is always fabulous. The weather was ideal for watching […] Read more...

TAGS: 2017, art, Big Cedar Lodge, bison, emily, John D Free, Kansas City, New Years, U of A, Woolaroc



I blinked and October had passed, November is quickly ending and Thanksgiving is upon us!  Every year, when October hits, I have a bout of melancholy.  My parents both died on October 15th, 25 years apart.  That, coupled with the days getting shorter and the wind blowing, can play havoc with my mind.  So, what’s […] Read more...

TAGS: galleries, La Fonda, Las Alamos, Mexican FOOD, Monastery of Christ in the Desert, santa fe



Well, before another day passes, we will have a new President Elect.  Who it might be won’t be known until tomorrow night, but for posterity sake (since this blog is for my dementia years) I wanted to note that I did vote.  I know, if you don’t have a photo it didn’t happen.  So here […] Read more...

TAGS: battleground state, election, presidential



Well, September was quite busy.  Randy and I went to Springfield, Missouri for the Mother of All Reunions.  The reunion covers the decade of the 60’s and all 6 high schools.  We have gone before and enjoyed it this time as well.  We went to the Route 66 Car Museum, which opened in June of […] Read more...

TAGS: dress, ranch, tank, Tulsa, wedding



Well, for the record, July was icky.  Three of us Voights came down with a virus that almost did us in!  Randy made it through with just a glancing blow.  So I skipped July 2016.  Now it is August and we have been celebrating! The youngest Willett grandchild, of 12, graduated this month from Arkansas […] Read more...

TAGS: anniversary, birthdays, farmers market, graduation



Well, over the last 6 weeks, I have made bags, bags and more bags.  I did my normal leather bags as well as some cork bags.  The cork fabric, AKA “cork leather”, comes from Portugal.  It is such an interesting textile to work with.  It comes in a variety of colors, but I am a […] Read more...

TAGS: bags, Big Cedar, cork, cork "leather", leather



Well, May and June have been pretty laid back, so all I have is bits and pieces!  The University emptied out the first week of May and we are enjoying the sleepy nature of Fayetteville in the spring.  It is a favorite time for us because everything slows down. However, not everyone in the family […] Read more...

TAGS: Fayetteville, New York City, Painted Desert, Scotland, Tulsa



Nine of us traveled to Big Cedar for the Legends of Golf Tournament for the second time and the course was gorgeous!  I am getting ahead of myself though.  Thursday night we went to the Worman House for dinner and that is when things got interesting.  My nephew, Bucky, is an avid golfer and during dinner […] Read more...

TAGS: bass pro, Big Cedar, gary player, golf, Jack Nicklaus, Legends of Golf, Top of the Rock




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