Hosted by: Cynthia Blomquist Gustavson
Cynthia talks about her book, "Between Tahlequah and Tulsa", the Ozark Mountains, and the Cherokee Nation. She reflects on both the experiences of the Native Americans and immigrants, like those with her, Swedish, ancestry, in the area. As usual, that results in interesting tasks and questions.
🍁 00:15 It's a privilege to live out at the lake house. It is so quiet and the fall is beautiful.
⛰️ 00:38 Cynthia talks about what inspired her book, "Between Tahlequah and Tulsa."
🧅 01:14 Poem: "Number Two"
🙃 03:10 Do you think that you are approaching things from upside down?
🎯 03:39 Are you direct when you want something?
👁️ 04:01 What are you hungry for?
🤗 04:25 Think about the time when what you had was enough in your life.
📚 05:10 Watch for Cynthia's new book and, in the meantime, visit her at http://cynthiagustavson.com and find out more about her other books, at https://www.bloomingtwig.com/Authors/Cynthia-Gustavson.
Cynthia talks about wearing all kinds of lenses that give us a different perspective on the world around us. Some of those lenses are div...
When you need help, you need to rely on others. People of Tulsa are very good at helping others, but so are Canada geese. Cynthia reads a...
We love each other but we don't like the same food....
🤸 Country kids and city kids. 0:05
️🏕️ I loved to wander in nature. 1:27
️🏙️ Papa loved to play in the park....