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‘Pioneer Woman’ Gives Look at Her ‘Life Right Now’: ‘Chaos at My Heels’

by Jennifer Shea
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“Pioneer Woman” Ree Drummond is living a wild life right now. And the redheaded host of the Food Network show “The Pioneer Woman” is sharing it with her followers on Instagram.

“This is my life right now, I guess. Kids living their lives, dogs everywhere/chaos at my heels, and a rainbow in the distance. I embrace it,” the Food Network host posted on Thursday night, alongside a picture of her and the dogs’ shadows on a walk beneath a deep blue sky.

‘Pioneer Woman’ to Make an Appearance in Wichita This Month

In the midst of her busy schedule, Drummond has a public appearance in Wichita, Kansas coming up. On Oct. 28, the Food Network star will sign copies of her new cookbook, “The Pioneer Woman Cooks – Super Easy!” at Watermark Books, the Wichita Eagle reports.

Drummond’s Pioneer Woman Mercantile is based out of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, which is basically a stone’s throw from Wichita. And while Drummond won’t be making any comments at the event, there will be a photographer on hand to take pictures, which fans can then download.

The $31 ticket price buys fans one copy each of Drummond’s book. The book will be given to them on the night of the signing. However, Drummond will also be willing to sign copies of her older cookbooks.

The signing kicks off at 5 p.m. at Watermark, which is located at 4701 E. Douglas. Fans in the area can buy tickets at Watermark Books’ website.

Kansas Stop Is Part of Broader Tour

Last month, the “Pioneer Woman” host announced her tour schedule for the release of her new cookbook. She will hit seven cities across the Midwest, South and East coast.

On Oct. 18, Drummond will be in Paramus, New Jersey. On Oct. 21, she will pass through Naperville, Illinois. On Oct. 28, she stops in Wichita, Kansas. On Oct. 30, it’s home to Pawhuska, Oklahoma. On Nov. 10, she travels to Grapevine, Texas. On Nov. 18, she crosses over to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. And on Dec. 4, she ends her tour in Ponca City, Oklahoma.

“Because of the Covid/Delta situation, I am planning a smaller tour than usual, but tried my best to cover as much ground as I could,” Drummond wrote on her website. “Please note that I may add some stops along the way as I’m able, and will announce them here when I do!”

Fans of Drummond’s cooking who can’t make it to one of those towns can still pre-order her cookbook, which is out on Oct. 19.