Social Science and History Book
Date: Sat. June 08, 2013
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Harold Washington Library Center
400 S. State Street
About this event:
Please join us for a discussion of bestselling author Ree Drummond's book The Pioneer Woman: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels.
Drummond relates some intimate views of her unexpected, whirlwind romance. She had the Windy City in her sights when an impromptu drink with her girlfriends led her to love. He was a tall, rugged, chaps--wearing cowboy miles from his ranch in central Oklahoma; the opposite of her and her plans for the future in every way possible. However, it was too late; the love bug had sunk its' teeth in deeply.
From their early days of courtship through their first year of marriage, Drummond writes as if she is pouring out her heart to a close friend. It's a story of passion, romance and profound love, peppered with cows, horses and manure.
Room 3-N6, Third Floor.
For information call (312) 747-4600.
A limited number of copies are available at the 6th floor reference desk.