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Patti Beth's Blog

The Month of Thanksgiving

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No Shave November. Black Friday. School and work holiday. Major meals. Add your favorite things about November to my ongoing list. Bottom line, it’s Thanksgiving month. Maybe you’ve noticed the posts hitting FaceBook or perhaps you’ve been encouraged by someone to do the 30-Day Gratitude Challenge. 

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With This Ring, I Thee Wed….

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With this Ring, I thee wed. With this U-Haul truck full of flowers flown in direct from the growers in California, I thee wed. With these two crystal chandeliers my aunt and uncle packed home from Prague in the Czech Republic in their luggage, I thee wed. With this dress that my daddy helped me pick out in a tiny town in Arkansas, I thee wed.  With this pizza truck and red velvet cupcakes, I thee wed.

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Flying the Friendly Skies

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I read a lot of articles about traveling. I’m always looking for destination ideas, or tips to make traveling easier. A story got my attention this week that simply stated “Don’t Recline Your Seat on an Airplane”. Huh? My little brain whirled at the reasons why this might be an issue… 

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I have No ID

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If you have been keeping up with the REAL ID Act, passed by Congress in 2005, or perusing the Homeland Security Website on a regular basis, then you know this. (I know…I have no life) If you haven’t please allow me to enlighten you with some info that is being talked about in regards to Oklahoma/flying/driver’s license/compliancy… all becoming something you need to know about.

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4 Things You Probably Stink at

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I subscribe to a few online blogs that hit my mailbox. Some I open up faithfully, some are hit and miss. One of my more motivational emails targets an artistic readership, musicians, writers, entertainers and that crazy bunch that I certainly identify with as a tribe. 

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New York State of Mind

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So I went to New York City last weekend. I know that sounds so pretentious and it is, but honestly I love big cities, and NYC is one of my favorites. It was a Girl’s Weekend with the Much Older Sister, my soon-to-be-bride niece, and her long-time best friend. We were giddy with excitement because we had tickets to see Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden.

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The Mint Left a Bad Taste in My Mouth

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I would love to say that every group tour that leaves town rolls out without a hitch and everyone is delighted with everything. Especially me. I would love to say that. But it ain’t true.
In this season of “we wish someone would tell the truth” here I go with the whole story of why I will never visit the US Mint in Denver, Colorado.

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What Does Travel Mean to You?

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It was fun to be a part of the Women’s Event at the Grove Civic Center last weekend. It’s a good chance to explore new businesses and opportunities in our   four-state area. Sister and I were there along with “Joshua,” my little teardrop trailer. Remember to watch for the trailer that looks like an antique world globe, that means She’s Good to Go is in town and open for business!

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Ahhh… autumn

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Ahhh… autumn. Our Good to Go Gang just returned from a nine day motorcoach trip to ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬-Colorado. I selected the dates over a year ago, and we were blessed with “hitting it” at the perfect time... my favorite time of year when socks and sweaters feel good to wear. Pumpkins appear and the leaves display a cover of color that creates a patchwork quilt on the ground.

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