Michael has had three extremely busy work weeks, so he took the afternoon off to join us. It was an everyday reminder of how lucky we are to have flexible work schedules. Despite both of us having work-related stress that ebbs and flows, these kinds of moments make it worth it.
The museum has undergone extensive renovations over the past few years and now also has free admission, which makes it worth checking out even if you only have an hour or two.
Gray's class has been learning about China all year and is currently studying Chinese New Year. When we walked into the Asian gallery, he lit up with excitement. There were several small horse sculptures and he told us all about how this is the Year of the Horse.
One of the rotating galleries had the 100th anniversary of the OU Art School's Student Exhibition. Tucked into one corner of the gallery was a 25-year history of the Visual Communications program. To our surprise, every graduate of the graphic design program was listed in the exhibit. Here's Michael pointing to his name. It was fun to stumble across daddy's name in the museum!
Aunt Amy is on there too! Such famous relatives we have!
Gray and mama by sculptures near the museum entrance
A few pieces you may recognize
We had a fun outing and it was a nice change of pace. I'm so ready for warmer weather so we can get back to playing outside!