Spring is really getting going now. The leaves are almost electric green. I take photos and when I look at them afterwards they look almost unnatural.
Sometimes the skies are incredibly blue.
The air is light. The temperature may so 39F outside when I wake up but it doesn’t feel near that cold.
It’s a great time to be in Oklahoma.
I took a walk with a young friend and former coworker. One of the legions of people I know leaving the hydrocarbon industry for renewables like wind and solar power. Amazing the things he told me, the innovations that are occurring right now. He’s telling me about the hydrogen economy and the role ammonia could play. I am falling behind. I have to do my homework.
You hear the phrase, there is nothing new under the sun. I have never believed it. There is plenty new under the sun and the moon.
In celebration of Spring in Oklahoma, here is “Oh What a Beautiful Morning.”
And you know, if you play one Oklahoma song you have to play the ultimate Oklahoma song. In this state everyone knows the songs and the correct arm and hand motions for “lazy hawks circling in the sky.”
Nobody else has as great a state song as Oklahoma does.
That’s enough for now. I’m linking with Skywatch Friday and also with Music Move Me.