Saturday, April 19, 2008

Oklahoma Magic Evenings

Many have asked me why I love Guymon, a tiny town smack in the middle of nowhere. Having lived all my life in Manila (unofficial population 8 million) and New York City, I will not hesitate to state my preference to spend as much time as I can in Guymon. Tonight is an example of such a magical evening. These pictures were taken close to 8 in the evening. There is much light and the birds can be heard chirping out of control. My 2 younger daughters are posing next to the state tree of Oklahoma, the Redbud.


After a light supper of nilagang manok, Dr Todd Johnson and I have a few Tanquerays with tonic water and he lets his Chocolate Labrador Max loose and my kids have a wonderful time. They are seen enjoying ice cream from Braums, an Oklahoma dairy.

4 comments:

marian said...

Beautiful Doc, beautiful!

Vinn Deeeeezul said...

Very nice. :D

johnny d said...

More power to you Doctor B!

Thomas said...

Simple pleasures abound in the Oklahoma Spring, you can't beat enjoying them with family, friends and an evening libation. Thanks for sharing a fine moment.