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  1. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    That sounds like fun! October really is the best month, isn’t it?

  2. Aimee (I Tri To Be Me)

    Good luck tomorrow!

  3. Hillary Dyan Davis

    Aw, Bricktown isn’t that bad :). You should make a point to get there early and hang out for a night….the river walk is great! Restaurant-wise, my veg sister and I recommend Cafe Oasis (if it’s still there) near the Asian market. Their tofu is amazing, and who doesn’t like stir-fry? Also, There is a pizzeria that has cashew cheese….had to look up the name: http://www.thewedgeokc.com . Also of note, their hummus is to die for 😉

    Damn. I’m all kinds of jealous. I know where I’m going for at least one meal the next time I’m visiting the family!

  4. Mom

    That cake looks great as does all your food from Friday. Matt’s dinner wrap looks appetizing as well. I’m actually hungre now and need to get something in me!

    Glad it’s gone well yesterday and today. Enjoy it all. Soak it up. We are thankful to be able to help get you there!

  5. Hannah

    Lovely to see you settled in, dear! I stayed at an Extended Stay America in Austin in 2008 and it was amazing… so large and such a fantastic kitchenette. I may not have cooked using the stove/oven, but by golly did I make use of the freezer for vegan ice cream! 😉

    And completely understand that you’ll be busy over the coming months. Don’t you worry about “blog duties”, and focus on having the amazing time you’ve been dreaming of. Oh, but do email me eventually 😉

  6. Simply Life

    Looks like a fun weekend!

  7. kathleen

    good luck on your first day at 105 degrees!

  8. Lori

    I’m SO excited to follow you through your journey at 105 degrees! I WANT WANT WANT so badly to go there! I was a little obsessed last year when they first opened.

    Have a great time with your first day!

  9. Michelle

    Phantom’s Feaste sounds like a lot of fun! My husband would totally love that!
    I’m glad you are all settled in. I hope your first day has been great. I’m looking foward to hearing all about it!

  10. Kylie @ A Hungry Spoon

    Yay for 105 degrees! Let the adventures begin 🙂

    Looks like you’re already enjoying some insanely good eats in OKC. Have fun during your first week and keep us posted on what classes are like 🙂

  11. Ela

    No surprise you’re beat – sounds like you packed a tremendous amount in to your last days in Kansas and then to your first hours in OK!

    Glad you have a good, cosy-looking spot to call home for the meantime: I’m sure that’s pretty important for adjusting to something as exciting (but also stressful) as a new course in a new place.

    Going to school is such fun, though – and going to school for something you’re passionate about? Best ever!

    Look forward to hearing any snippets you manage to share!
    love
    Ela

  12. Matt

    Well, I took out the olives from that wrap. But the rest of it was good. Hummas, lettuce, mediterranean sauce of some nature. Overall, good for airport food.

    So proud of my honey for following dreams!

    Matt

  13. River (Wing-It Vegan)

    That sounds like some good creepy fun!

    Oy – those extended stay hotels! The kitchens are nice, but the mister and I have a hard time sleeping on those super hard mattresses. I hope you find them more comfortable! 🙂

  14. Michelle (Housewife in the Raw)

    I’m so excited for you, so I can’t imagine how excited you must be! I will be checking in often to read of your un-cooking adventures!

  15. Jess from Midwest Vegan

    Sounds exciting! Good luck! 🙂

  16. Megan @ Healthy Hoggin'

    I’m so jealous that you guys went to the Phantom’s Feaste!! Being from Kansas City myself, my friends always talked about wanting to go to that! Now, I’m almost never in town for the Renaissance Festival… 🙁 But at least I got a sneak peek of it through your post!

    Good luck in OKC!!

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