Ree Drummond Inducted Into Oklahoma Hall of Fame: “Oklahoma Gives Me Strength”

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It’s a good time to be The Pioneer Woman! Ree Drummond was officially inducted into the 91st Oklahoma Hall of Fame class on Thursday, November 15 alongside Carrie Underwood and five other noteworthy Oklahomans.

Ree Drummond is a resident of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, her sweet hometown that she constantly gushes over. “I’m very honored to be here with so many people who love our state like I do,” Drummond said, as reported by Tulsa World.

“Oklahoma awakened a creative spirit I never knew I had. Oklahoma gives me strength. And, God willing and the creek don’t rise, it will be my home forever.”

Ree took to her Instagram to share a few photos from the night, including a selfie with her sister-in-law.

Ree Drummond Instagram / @thepioneerwoman
Ree Drummond Instagram / @thepioneerwoman

In late October, Ree Drummond revealed her very own Barbie doll collection, complete with a full kitchen set. “I loved playing with Barbie playsets when I was younger,” she said in a video. “They always inspired my imagination. My set has a great kitchen and all of the cooking accessories I love, except they’re teeny-tiny. I hope it inspires you to cook up some fun!”