I am very stoked! After waiting about 2 months, my personalized Oklahoma license plates have arrived!
I had waited till my Texas plates expired in March to register my 4Runner in Oklahoma. State law requires personal license plate holders to also carry in their vehicle their original, state-assigned license plate. Unlike Texas, which has mandatory license plates for both the front and back of vehicles, Oklahoma just issues back license plates. That leaves the license plate area in front of our vehicles open to show our tribal colors! (Or at least mine and my son’s– I think my wife’s tribal colors are still red and black, our daughters have yet to declare their tribal, collegiate allegiances.)
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On this day..
- Rocket Time! (an iPhone iMovie Trailer) - 2014
- Redeeming the Family: Blessing Children of Incarcerated Parents - 2013
- Rise Up Oklahoma City: Support Our Public Schools! - 2012
- Brainstorming PlayingWithMedia.com with Popplet - 2011
- 7th Annual American Indian Learner's Conference: May 21, 2011 - 2011
- How are you addressing the digital participation gap? #newlearningculture - 2011
- Scratch, Stopmotion, Lego Robotics, Worm Farming and more at Kids College in Altus - 2010
- Digital audio recorder quest: affordable, powerful, compatible (May 2010) - 2010
- First geocaching experiences with our Garmin eTrex Legend HCx - 2008
- Podcast155: A Primer on Network Security for School Leaders (Part 1) - 2007