Lunch at the famous Cattlemen's Steakhouse in Oklahoma City. Sorry, no food photo this time. And unfortunately I was a little un-impressed by my meal anyway. The atmosphere is great though so maybe next time we'll try dinner instead.
A little shopping and window browsing on the Stockyards Main Street. Need a pair of cowboy boots ? or two or three? Every style and size you could ever want at this store. Overall, I think I controlled my shopping on this trip. I guess that's what traveling by air will do for you. My sister even took me to a cute quilt shop - and we came out with nothing! Most of my purchases were of the the baby gift variety. (And as of now, Friday, grandbaby #3 has not yet arrived!)
Tickets to the first round of the NCAA basketball tourney were courtesy of a nice brother-in-law! I got to watch a Kansas State University basketball game in person for the first time in about thirty-five years. J had tickets to for the KU game later that night. Unfortunately, his alma mater didn't fair as well and I'm not sure if he's recovered from that shock yet. (Oops! I guess I didn't make this clear. KU did win the Thursday night game - it was the Saturday game that left dear BIL in shock!)
K and J in front of the blow-up Jayhawk at the pep rally. He's still smiling - it's before the game :( Sorry your team didn't advance - but thanks for the fun afternoon!
My sister is a great cook and I always come home with a new recipe or two. This time it was Rick Bayless' Enchiladas Especiales Tacuba Style. Too bad hubby didn't come along - he would have loved these! But I'll be trying them at home soon. When I looked at the link for the enchiladas, it looks like there's several recipes worth trying there.
K is a now a quilter too! Two Christmas's ago, I gave her a jelly roll ( I think it was American Primer by Minnick and Simpson) and look how cute this turned out!