Jeff Bratton, Libby Cataldi, Kelly Fry and Mike Boss attend the Evening of Courage and Inspiration benefiting the Oklahoma Outreach Foundation.
- Melissa Berry, Brian Strickland and Melissa Morgan attend the Bone Bash Halloween Gala benefit for Arthritis Foundation Oklahoma Chapter.
Ashley Kelley, Misty Glendenning, Kate Bayliss and Blake Shelton attend the Halloween party.
Pamela Hayes and Valerie also were among the guests.
Bebe MacKeller and Tricia Everest attend a Beaux Arts Fall Coffe for committee members and mothers of the court.
Amy Maguire Amunndsen, Anne Henderson and Jennifer Evenson also were guests at the coffee.
Chris Morris, Amalia Silverstein, Glen Gentele, Elby Beal and J. D. Merryweather participate in ARTonTAP on the Oklahoma City Museum of Art roof terrace.
Rand and Jeannette Elliot and Patsy and Joe Homsey attend the VIP Blu Party to kick off the Oklahoma Regatta and christen the $10 million Devon Boathouse.
Janie Cotton, Bebe Debolt and Patsy Sowell also attend the reunion.
Bill Shdeed, John Fagan, Tom McDaniel, Lee Manzer and Roger Panciera were inductees at the Oklahoma Higher Education Heritage Society Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Dinner at the Jim Thorpe Museum and Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame.
Jim Cook, Bill Carmack and Barry Kinsey also were inductees.
Pam Shdeed, Leon Price, Ann Nalley and Earl Mitchell also were honored.
Amy McDougall, Kristy Morton, Jenny Chansolme and Steven Bentley attend a Christ the King Auction and Dinner themed Shanghai Knights.
Spencer and Hilarie Stone, Sarah Wienecke and Leslie Pace also participated in the fun event.
Paul Daum, Deborah McAuliffe Senner and Mark Funke also attended.
Connie Bright, honoree Marsha See and Ginny Greenberg attend the Myriad Foundation Orchids in October Luncheon.
- Lance Benham, Judy Love, Linda Haneborg and Brenda and Tom McDaniel attend the Allied Arts Fall Circle Club Bring-A-Friend Brunch.
I feel like Goldilocks when it comes to buying running shoes. (Not that I run, more like a heavy breathing walk) Either the shoes don’t have enough support or they are too heavy, wrong color, shoe strings too long…you get the picture. Which, brings up the subject of joggers.
Joggers talk a better game than anyone I know. They’re forever running on (no pun intended) about skinny shanks, muscle bound calves or feelings of euphoria. (I’m not sure about that last one but I think it’s something like hyperventilating when you’re crossing against the traffic at a busy intersection.)
If you live anywhere in the city you’re bound to see them running by. In fact the only place I haven’e seen runners is on an interstate and that’s because the semi’s have sucked them all up under the fenders.
Psychologists who have made a study of compulsive jogging have concluded that joggers are really running away from something. You would think they could come up with a better one than that. Even an airhead knows joggers are running back to the same spot they started from. In any event, it beats me how they manage to conceal the “loping high” that lifts them up to another realm apart from the rest of us. Certainly their faces don’t give anything away. The joggers I see look like they are trying to outrun their shoes because of foot pain.
The runners in my neighborhood can hardly be classified as Class A Joggers. They’re more your basic Class C One-Block Sprinters or Fast Sauntering Beginners.
At best they look like a bunch just getting to the finish line two days after a marathon run is over.
Never once have I lost my cool and yelled “have a good day”. Somehow it just doesn’t seem appropriate.
Mollie and Christy Bennett, Tricia Everest, Louise Bennett, Paula and Carl Stover, Christy and Jim Everest and Mary and Colin FitzSimons pose at Lyric Theatre's 2010 Broadway Ball. The Gaylord family and Paula Stover were honored with the John Kirkpatrick Award.
Randy Lewis, Paula Love and Susan and Mike Turpen at the Lyric Theatre Broadway Ball. Paula Love and Susan Turpen were co-chairmen.
Lyric Artistic Director Michael Baron and Lynn and David Lee also were among the guests.
John Holly, Stacey Logan, Lara Teeter, Carveth Osterhaus and Donald Jordan attend a benefit evening for City Rep Theatre to honor Osterhaus.
Jim Loftis, Gloria Tracy and Kirk Humphreys attend a Friends of Northwest Classen High School reunion.
Carolyn Hays, Ken Newman, Lynne Hardin, George McDowell and Vicki Roak also attended the reunion.
Angie Bailey, Steve Mason and Deborah McAuliffe Senner attend an opening of a new rooftop deck on Automobile Alley. Mason, the developer of the newly restored building, was the host.
Chris Salyeer, Heidi Rambo Centrella, Randy Atkinson and Peter Dolese also enjoyed the rooftop party.
David Griffith, Blake Trimble, Clay Hubbard and Matt Warren , a four-man team from Chesapeake Energy, hold trophies won at the Infant Crisis Services 22nd annual Golf Classic.
Renee Knox, Joan McGuire, Karen Goebel-Keith and Kay Goebel attend a Juliette Low Leadership Society Kickoff Luncheon in the Gaillardia home of Linda Whittington.
Amy Dunn, Hilarie Blaney, Bob Benham, Carole Kelley and Rayma Jones attend an Impact Oklahoma benefit, "Wine, Women and Shoes'' hosted by Cafe 501 and Balliet's at Classen Curve.
Kerry Norman, Susan Carr, Blake Keeton, Leslie Blair, Lana Lopez, Jennifer Blackburn and Jane Thompson also helped make the evening a success.
Mary Lemens holding "Pistol'' and Gail Tucker participate in Puggerfest 2010, a benefit for Homeward Bound Pug Rescue and Adoption of Oklahoma's rescue efforts.
Shelly Hughes and Trisha Clark holding "Malakai'' at the pug dog fun event.