These are pictures from last Friday when I went to the Philbrook Art Museum with a bunch of girlfriends from Water Aerobics. Today John and I went back - after an hour of testing out Golf Clubs at the local sporting goods store. For me! That's right, I am (probably) going to learn how to play Golf. I always planned on learning to play once I retired, but had forgotten what with all the travel and basic excitement. So we had to figure out if I wanted to play Left-handed or Right-handed. I have adapted to doing so much Right-handed since all the equipment available to me wouldn't work the other way. Like with Sewing Scissors - I am not as accurate using scissors with my Left-hand, since I got tired of all the blisters and had switched hands by the time I was seven.
If you do go to the Philbrook, you should probably just go ahead and join, because it saves you having to pay admission when you go back - and if you're like John and me, you will. This month there was a special Monet exhibit and soon there will be the Christmas Festival of Trees.
We saw some wonderful art, like this Rodin Statue
And beautiful views of the fabulous garden
and Carol, Michele, and Marilyn having their picture taken by my other friend Marilyn.
Good Hair Day Today
Anyone who knows me knows that I am "Team Jennifer" all the way. I mean, why on earth are we supposed to celebrate the marriage of Brangelina (Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie) - when the very concept is obviously lost on them. But my point. and I do have one, is that I choose a new hair product (ever wonder what exactly was considered "hair tonic"?) because it had Jennifer Aniston's name on it. I'd used up the travel size of my usual curl controller when I was in Hawaii this Summer, and had to try something new. And there were endless choices. Even once I'd decided to support Team Jennifer, I had to narrow it down. The Living Proof Perfect Hair wasn't quite up to the task - but the Living Proof Anti Frizz Nourishing Styling Cream was terrific. The Aveda Curl Controller is still first choice, but this is a very close second.