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Tag: "Faith Wylie"

A hackberry tree has grown up through an old, twisted oak. It is now taller than the original tree.

Blending the generations

[ 2 ] January 5, 2017

REFLECTIONS By Faith Wylie, co-publisher A twisted, gnarled oak stands in the southeast corner of our acre. I expected it to die soon when we bought the home in 1985. A few years later, a volunteer sprouted near its base. I left it there. When the oak died, I figured I would have a replacement [...]

John, Faith and James at the OU Bone Marrow Transplant Unit

Reflections: Living with uncertainty

[ 0 ] December 20, 2014

  By FAITH L. WYLIE, Co-publisher If I can’t say something humorous and positive, I don’t write about cancer. Why share gloom and doom? Everyone knows cancer is horrid for both the patient and their family. What surprised me, though, was the uncertainty that cancer brings. Will this treatment work? Will the cancer ever go [...]

Faith Wylie accepts the sweepstakes award for column writing from Cherokee Ballard, communications manager for Oklahoma Natural Gas. The two discovered that both have survived Lymphoma cancer.

More fun with the girls

[ 1 ] June 18, 2014

Reflections by Faith Wylie We had fun getting smashed with the girls. Writing about it was even more fun. Winning the state column contest with my humorous account has topped the entire experience. The girls have had quite an adventure since I wrote that column in August. We scheduled the party because one of the [...]

Getting smashed with the girls

Getting smashed with the girls

[ 1 ] August 15, 2013

Be careful what you put on Facebook. I posted last week that the Leader office would close early so the office ladies could attend a mammogram party. I got a phone call. From a reporter. KJRH-TV Channel 2 wanted to come to our mammogram party. But it’s just three journalists getting smashed, I explained. No problem. [...]

Sweet conversations

Sweet conversations

[ 0 ] February 12, 2012

REFLECTIONS By Faith Wylie Twitter proves that an idea can be expressed in 140 characters. So what? The New England Confectionery Company perfected the art of short messages 152 years ago when the company started printing messages on candies. NECCO created the classic Sweethearts® Conversation Hearts in 1901. The smaller hearts contain two lines of [...]