Traditions in Transition

While unpacking Christmas decorations  the day after Thanksgiving, I received calls from my grown children. This year they "stopped by" for left-overs. It occurred to me how some of our family's traditions had changed while some had lasted through the years.  Since moving into our first home in North Boulder, my husband Danny and I have... Continue Reading →

Who’s in Your Corner?

Do you have a super fan? Someone who encourages you when you want to quit because you feel like a no-talent nobody? Someone who is always in your corner to support you when you have been punched and are down for the count? Someone who will ask you, “How many fingers do you see?” and... Continue Reading →

Anger, Fear, or Joy?

There have been nights when my poor husband Danny has come home from work and found me in the same position as when he left; still stooped over my keyboard. After promising to finish in a few more minutes, I have often typed for another hour. Giving up on being served a home cooked meal, he... Continue Reading →

Back on the Boards!

Come along with me for the first run of the season! My husband Danny and I hit the slopes at Arapahoe Basin last Sunday.  It was another one of the 300 sunny days in Colorado! Arapahoe Basin first opened with a single rope tow in December of 1946. The founding fathers included Frederick Schauffler, a... Continue Reading →

Lingering Soul – 150 Word Flash Fiction

The snow struck the paned windows in continuous blows. Lizbeth planned to finish her novel before the holidays and would stay the week. “I'd like to rent the Hartman cottage.” The agent had gawked at her choice. "Did something happen?” Lizbeth quickly dismissed the thought. Latex paint lingered in the air. Something about the new... Continue Reading →

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