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Snapshots from the Week


We've gone to the reopened library downtown Tulsa several times now, and we love it. Ken and I took the girls last weekend, and it's always nice to just walk around and look at all of the books. I daresay we've been neglecting Barnes & Noble lately, but hey, there is a Starbucks in the library, can you blame us?


This last time we noticed a glass fixture that I hadn't noticed before. It definitely lends itself to the modern feel of the library. 


During the week we tried out our new decanter that my sister gave us as a wedding present. As it turns out, decanting red wine really does bring out the flavor. I've probably said this before, but we highly recommend Yellow Tail as a great under $10 wine.


My amazing husband published another book from one of his blogs Living First Edition. I highly recommend it, and I'm not just saying that because I love the guy.;) It gives some very wise insight into how to live your best life. You can check out a sample here


Another wine we enjoyed this week is the Davinci Chianti. We've had it before. I love it because, honestly, I can have a few glasses without it affecting me too much.


With the wine, we had a very yummy dinner made by my husband. I love to cook, but he likes to cook sometimes too, especially if my back is hurting. It's nice to have someone who likes to help.:) He made a yummy Italian pizza that will definitely be on the menu in the future.


Also this week we got our wedding photos!:) You can see my full post on it here.

Tonight we'll be watching a few favorite shows like Grimm and Emerald City. Anyone else watching Emerald City? We all loved the premiere episode and are looking forward to the next one. I absolutely love that in this version, Toto is a German Shepherd like our dog.:)

Well, I hope you all had a great week, and have a very relaxing weekend!!

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  1. That glass fixture looks very much like a Dale Chihuly sculpture. He does these intricate glassworks. If it is, somebody was very generous to the library.

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  2. Looks like an amazing week! Have a great weekend :)

    Xx
    Molly
    www.trendychickadee.com

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  3. Looks like you had a great week. That pizza is making me hungry!
    xo
    Siffat
    http://icingandglitter.com

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  4. Great snaps, lady- love a little pizza + wine! And everyone looks amazing in that wedding photo!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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