A weekend at Sequoyah State Park

Sometimes our adventures are jagged and not straight. We had originally planned a stay at an Airbnb on Grand Lake, but it turned out to have a heating issue. After … Continue reading A weekend at Sequoyah State Park

One Of OKC’s Neatest Dudes Was Our Wedding Caterer

Life is getting back to normal after an eventful April, a month highlighted by a wonderful wedding and honeymoon to Canada — the best experiences of my life. But there’s … Continue reading One Of OKC’s Neatest Dudes Was Our Wedding Caterer

Korean, Mexican flavors come together at northwest OKC’s ‘Chigama’

So, I ain’t gonna lie. I’m beat. Kristi, too. I’m lying in bed as this blog is being crafted. We’re both super busy at work. We’re both still managing multiple … Continue reading Korean, Mexican flavors come together at northwest OKC’s ‘Chigama’

Hallelujah & Hollywood: Marquise Brown practiced today for Sooners

We’re three days from college football’s playoffs, a pair of semifinal matches stuffed in between relatively meaningless bowl games. Oklahoma fans learned today that Heisman winner Kyler Murray wasn’t feeling … Continue reading Hallelujah & Hollywood: Marquise Brown practiced today for Sooners

The future of ryanwelton.com, aka: Using data to decide what to blog about

Anybody who knows me knows that I love the digital game. I love the process of creating content, promoting it and growing something from nothing to a lot. In this … Continue reading The future of ryanwelton.com, aka: Using data to decide what to blog about

OU 28, Army 21: Mike Stoops’ defense doesn’t look any better on radio either

When I was 10 or 11 years old, I used to hide away in my room and listen to the radio. My first memories were listening to WLS radio at … Continue reading OU 28, Army 21: Mike Stoops’ defense doesn’t look any better on radio either

Oklahoma escapes Iowa State with 37-27 win, but old (bad) habits reemerge

Oklahoma is not going to win every game by 28 or 49, and so Sooner fans are grateful for Saturday’s 37-27 win over Iowa State in Ames, especially after last … Continue reading Oklahoma escapes Iowa State with 37-27 win, but old (bad) habits reemerge

Who steps up for the Oklahoma Sooners now that Rodney Anderson is out?

The speculation turned to reality Sunday night, and it was just about the worst news imaginable for the No. 5-ranked Oklahoma Sooners. Rodney Anderson had been ruled out for the … Continue reading Who steps up for the Oklahoma Sooners now that Rodney Anderson is out?

Sooners super against Florida Atlantic, but what about that Austin Kendall injury?

The Oklahoma Sooners were supposed to lose a step after Heisman winner Baker Mayfield took his talents to the NFL. Florida Atlantic was supposed to take their next step toward … Continue reading Sooners super against Florida Atlantic, but what about that Austin Kendall injury?

Fitness Hack: Using sports to pile on the steps

Since I’ve downloaded the Pedometer++ app, I’ve become a bit obsessed with checking my steps. Considering I have an iPhone and an Apple Watch, I’m not sure why I’m just … Continue reading Fitness Hack: Using sports to pile on the steps

Best food truck I’ve had in OKC so far: MOB Grill

One of many cool things about working for Griffin Communications is “food truck Wednesday.” A local eatery on wheels stops by, and we don’t have to venture out for lunch. … Continue reading Best food truck I’ve had in OKC so far: MOB Grill

‘This Is A Beautiful Life:’ Clean House, Full Hearts, Can’t Lose

We are selling this house for $74,900 in honor of our mother. The home was owned by two families in 80 years, both of which kept the house immaculately. We’re … Continue reading ‘This Is A Beautiful Life:’ Clean House, Full Hearts, Can’t Lose