Thank you, sir!Thank you for sharing. You continue in my thoughts and prayers.
Maslow would encourage and say you’re doing exactly as you should, taking care of those basic needs immediately: food, shelter, water, sleep, a good razor , whilst thinking of less immediate needs, such as planning a future home location.
I second @TexOkie Shaver on Tulsa, and should have added its bedroom communities to my list of wonderful OK towns. Sooners from Tulsa love Tulsa, Boomers from Oklahoma City love OKC. Together, we defend the border at the Red River to keep the Texas hoards at bay. If a small town destination spot with a picturesque lake sounds interesting, Eufaula is a good choice. While I can’t speak personally on all of the following, Beautiful OK Towns may be a good reading diversion this weekend.
Stay safe this weekend my friend.
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Tulsa -- what about tornadoes? OKC is supposed to be a major part of Tornado Alley. And you don't get as much warning with those events as you do with hurricanes. On the other hand, you don't have to deal with hours of rain and with flooding. Is the risk of tornadoes all that great in OK?