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Maggie Nichols scores a 39.8625 on her way to helping Oklahoma win their second consecutive and third total NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships at the 2017 Super Six Finals. This is the second highest AA score since Courtney Kupets’ 39.900 in 2009. She also became the 4th person to ever score a perfect 10 during the Super Six. 

This is your moment to shine

I need something from you guys, but it has to be fast

I need your favorite Play/Musical


I need the name, and writer sent to me

(preferably not in the tags, thanks)

any pictures would be well appreciated

This could help me with an Artist thing, which could be great for me!

                                          (^ possible commissions for a real Theater)

Please! Help out a fellow artist :)

I need these by Thursday, or May 4 2017

Thank you all so much! Love you guys!!!

at the pool:
  • ken: (swimming in deep water)
  • leo: don't drown
  • ken: you would like that wouldn't you

Clinton Barton  has a farm…


This cutie’s name is Protein! She’s 3 years old, has all of her shots, has been spayed, but her time is running out. Her owners are moving to Hawaii and if they can’t find a new home she’ll be put down by August 15th. I can’t have a cat where I’m moving but I would hate to see this poor cat be put down so if anyone in or around the Oklahoma City area is interested please message me!


Actor Mark Harmon comes to Oklahoma to help children

Actor Mark Harmon helped raise money for Oklahoma nonprofit agencies.

Actor Mark Harmon and his celebrity baseball team headlined the 14th annual Mark Harmon Celebrity Weekend, which raised money for local nonprofits.

The Oklahoma City Indian Clinic’s Harmon-y Pediatric Clinic, Anna’s House Foundation and Sunset Therapeutic Riding Center benefited from the bowling night in Shawnee and celebrity baseball game in Oklahoma City.

A barrage of lightning strikes from a summer thunderstorm near Cashion, Oklahoma last August. The pattern is looking a bit more favorable towards some decent summer storms again towards the end of July and into August, with the ridge moving back south and west, likely giving us the green light for some summer storms and more rain with NW'ly flow aloft here in the Southern Plains. If nothing else, it helps the drought!