My trusty GPS system had me in Marie’s driveway long before I thought I would have made it. I didn’t have to look very long for the appropriate parking area as a whimsical sign guided me to a stopping point:
I was here to get to know other Oklahoma women who also wrote and managed blogs. I was here…because it was time to build a network.
As I made my way toward the house, a car engine begin revving up a few times. Vroom, vroom! The metal garage from where the noise was coming was covered with an array of whimsical signage as well. A flock of guinea fowl immediately began clucking all together in response to the car engine noises.
“Oh, man…” I thought. “THIS is going to be a fun meeting.”
A large parrot greeted me as I approached the front door. He was in his cage, taking in the sun. Geese led me down the sidewalk, their heads tilted straight toward the sky while their eyes were shifted forward.
Horses were observing the scene in a lot adjacent to the house and chickens roamed the grounds. Continue reading Nine Hearts, Multiple Cameras and a Lazy W Ranch Animal Choir: The Oklahoma Women’s “Blogger Ball”