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Spaghetti on the Wall


Spaghetti on the Wall

Fun can be messy; messy can be fun.

'Pathways of Hope:'

Touring The Parent Child Center of Tulsa.

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VR in the 1930s?!

Woody Guthrie Center's virtual reality Dust Bowl experience is well worth a visit.

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Joss's Birth Story

Remembering my son's birth, three years later.

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Finding Fitness on the Green

Looking for an affordable, fun workout this summer? Head to Guthrie Green!

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Coffee Break

An upcoming Coffee Book Book Club meeting at the Helmerich Library got me thinking about one of my favorite things.

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Spaghetti on the Wall

Fun can be messy; messy can be fun.

About This Blog

Tara Rittler is the web & social media editor at TulsaKids, and she recently received a master's in strategic communication from OSU-Tulsa. The name "Spaghetti on the Wall" is meant to reflect Tara's approach to life, parenting, and this blog: a kind of "see what sticks and try not to stress out" mentality. "Spaghetti on the Wall" will chronicle the adventures of raising a two-year-old son, with an emphasis on baking, crafting, exploring Tulsa, and sampling new flavors of ice cream. Tara also has a degree in English Literature from the University of Tulsa and loves reading, so expect some themed book lists and book reviews as well. 

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