The first major deadline for the Oklahoma legislature arrived last week with the conclusion of committee meetings for the “house of origin” of bills. This means, the bills filed in the Oklahoma House of Representatives had to be heard by Thursday to move on and likewise for the bills filed in the Oklahoma Senate.
DEAR ABBY: My mother has become very “spiritual” over the last eight years or so. Recently, it has become all-consuming and on the verge of becoming detrimental. She often refers to her “guides” (she says they are feelings, but I think she’s getting brainwashed by human “guides” online), who have convinced her to withdraw thousands of dollars from her bank before the second wave of COVID-19 hits.
“So the story is that the religious leaders were planning to kill Jesus, but when the day came, nobody could find Jesus,” says Eli 10.
On February 12, OADC staff participated in a joint meeting between Covington Aircraft, Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission (OAC), Oklahoma Department of Commerce Aerospace and Defense and representatives from local education institutions.
We have heard it said, “All good things must come to an end.” But, is this really true? The simple answer is “No, not “all” good things must come to an end.” However, all of us have experienced some things in life we consider extremely good that came to an end and many of these brought great sadness. Some of these brought paradoxical emotions--both a feeling of loss for the past and an excitement for the door opening to future prospects.