Downtown Art

Downtown Tulsa

Downtown Tulsa

Downtown Tulsa

Downtown Tulsa

The Blue Dome District

The Blue Dome District

A few weeks ago, we spent an afternoon at the Blue Dome Festival in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This festival tends to be relaxing, fun and always quite interesting!  Art, music, food and fun for all ages.

Alan ♥ Heather

Alan ♥ Heather

Chalk art on the street seemed to entice many to display their creative abilities.

Chalk Art

Chalk Art

I guess he wants phone calls?

I guess he wants phone calls?

We laughed as we watched a young man proudly writing out a phone number between the white lines for all to view.  Hmmmm….wonder if it was truly his number? A friend’s number?  A business?  I wonder if anyone called it?  Or WILL call it? 😉

A serenade for hubby

A serenade for hubby

Our stroll through downtown ended on a special “note”.  I slipped the flutist a few dollars to play something special for hubby. And BOY DID HE!!! Ten minutes later we were still standing there, in the heat and wind ~ sweating, listening and smiling….while hubby asked me under his breath, “Just how many dollars did you give him?” Worth. Every. Dime. 🙂

Have a great weekend! And be nice to people. ♥

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34 Responses to Downtown Art

  1. bulldog says:

    Love it… the things women do for their husbands… wonderful…

  2. That looked like a lot of fun.

  3. shlehora says:

    Great post! I actually have a post in the works from our experience at the festivals that weekend also. Lol! Something always amazing happens to us when we go! Lol!

  4. Dena says:

    Ha! I recognize that area code. It’s from South Florida!

  5. Debb Stanton says:

    Lovely pictures, I’ve joined your blog so I get to see more! 🙂 Thank you for joining mine too. 🙂 Hey – also liked your repost of the Hammer Song, it wouldn’t let me comment…

    • SO glad know you, Debb!! Sorry it wouldn’t let you comment. If I had any tech skills I might figure it out….but alas….I have NONE! 😉 Look forward to following you! Have a great weekend! 😉

      • Debb Stanton says:

        Hey – can I pretend you’re my sister? My only sibling, a sister, died in 1994 at the age of 39. 😦 That’s why I like WordPress, it feels like we’re family on here! 🙂

      • I am so, so sorry for your loss, Debb. How sad…so young ♥
        Of course we can be sisters! But be warned….I like to tease and have fun….and eat sweets. 😉
        I have been on WordPress 1.5 years and have been shocked and amazed at the people I have met and the friends I have made ALL OVER the world!!

  6. viveka says:

    A wonderful and playful post …. your photos are brilliant – very tempted to phone that number, but from Sweden can it become a bit expensive.

  7. tchistorygal says:

    So, did YOU call the number? I guess we all could, and flood his voicemail box! You are such a romantic. I loved the flutist idea! Great post! :Thanks for sharing! :))

  8. How nice that you would think to make a musical request to please your husband. His question was a good one, though. 🙂 I love the gorgeous blue skies in these photos, Paula. So lovely!

  9. ly says:

    What is the blue dome? Looks like a great time!

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