Welcome to the Wild Ride!

Come for Adventure Stay for the Ride Susie Lindau's Wild Ride. Click for her about page and lots of links to her adventures and misadventures in Colorado! #Colorado #travel #selfcare #motivation #personalgrowth

If you’re looking for inspiration, travel tips, or entertaining posts about life’s misadventures, you’ve come to the right place.

Oversharing and having no shame is a great combination for some wild adventures.  Whether I’m making a scene or being told to THINK BIG inside my head, I blog about my wild life no matter how absurd it gets in Boulder, Colorado.

Whether I’m skiing,

looking down Whales tail from top

mountain biking,

biking the boulder reservoir

or hiking in Colorado, I love exploring the wild outdoors.

trail to bridal veil falls Telluride, CO

I also love to travel and write ultimate guides for the places I love.

paris collage

My husband, Danny, thinks he’s the butt of my jokes and he’s right, especially when karma kicks mine.

gapers cheat summer

Don’t worry. I laugh at myself too. I have a ridiculous sense of humor and have a tendency to go for it whether I’m heli-skiing in Canada or finding my badass self after knee surgery.

I graduated with a BS in Art but found my true passion is writing. Now I paint scenes with words.

self portrait with self 2

Sometimes I illustrate my posts like this one after NaNoWriMo.

kids fighting illustration

I’ve also been known to take an icy plunge with polar bears and pick up random strangers to ski.

polar plunge

I am a breast cancer survivor and wrote humorous Boob Reports to chronicle my ridiculous journey to being cancer-free after double boobectomies. Boobs are pretty funny. I wrote an open letter to them and they responded. Someday, The Boob Report will transform from blog to book.

Heck yes, these boobs are fake t-shirt

Along with non-fiction, I write thrillers. My debut novel was a finalist in the Colorado Gold Contest. It takes place in a Gothic estate in the South of France. I wrote it for my book club. The apparitions and premonitions in my story are based on some of my own experiences. I know! Everything that happened to me at the Stanley Hotel is true.

I write screenplays too and collaborated on an award-winning rom-com with Erik Wolter. We are currently shopping it. I’m a busy girl.

The Wild Side with Susie Lindau podcast has been launched. I interview others about their Wild Side. Search for The Wild Side on your podcast app of choice. I hope it inspires you to embrace your wild side.

Announcing the Wild Side Podcast with Susie Lindau where people share their wild side! First episode is bloggers at a bloggers bash in London. #Podcasts #podcast #entertainment #culturepodcast

After blogging for eight years, I love to share what I know while building my blogging community. I’ve met many of them in “real life.”

lynn kelly, kate wood, jenny hansen, August mclaughlin, susie and courtney lindau

You can find me on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook or email me at susielindau@gmail.com.

I hope you’ll subscribe to join the other Wild Riders. Yeehaa!

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skiing whale's tail

It’s always a Wild Ride.

Click to my home page for my latest adventures…

Come for Adventure Stay for the Ride Susie Lindau's Wild Ride. Click for her about page and lots of links to her adventures and misadventures in Colorado! #Colorado #travel #selfcare #motivation #personalgrowth

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  1. Hi. You just followed me on Twitter, where I am a novice. But thanks.
    FYI, the fake rebuilds are called foobies. Mine are real as I only had cancer-lite. Many friends did not fare as well. Glad you have not been slowed down.

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  2. You are the mother of craziness……:):)…..and in craziness you are the best……your about section truly brings out the creative you…….I have seen very few about pages as good as your’s………..well i am a music freak and currently struggling with selecting the right theme for my blog…….hoping soon i will get there….:):)

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  3. Hey glad I found your blog, you’re an inspiration – well done on surviving this crazy world so far with what’s been thrown at you, but before I read about your boobs you got me on the skiing and mountain biking. I Snowboard, mountain bike, surf and love the outdoors and I am quite interested in paddle boarding…I’m a follower 🙂

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  4. You have so much energy and I appreciate how genuine you are in all your posts! I don’t know if you have been nominated before, but I nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger Award. There’s information on how to participate on my blog. (www.thinkwriteinspire.com)

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  5. You´re really, really amazing, Susie, I love your spirits, your energy, your courage, your creativity… and that´s why I awarded you for the “Versatile Blogger Award” – if you like, please check my website for more information – hm, it´s in German, but you might have a plug-in for translations – or just ask me! And here´s a link for more information too: https://versatilebloggeraward.wordpress.com/vba-rules/
    Alle the best to you!
    Warmest greetings from across the ocean!
    Carola

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  6. Susie–it’s been a while since I checked in. Hope you’re well! I think of you…well…when I think of boobs. Sorry! All about the early detection here. I also think of your success as a WordPress Discover Feature. A note of thanks for your old blog post which detailed how to up your chances of being a Discover Feature. A post of mine was one this spring–and now I’d like to submit again. But things have changed at WordPress–no Daily, no Community Pool. And I think you can only pitch a story through Twitter now. I’d love an update from you with latest tips on how to reach a larger audience! You’re definitely doing it right!

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  7. My mom…who I care for full time, is quadriplegic – she almost died from a Viral Encephalitis attack in May 1981. Prior to her attack in 1981, she was a full-time skier, water-skier, volleyball player, tennis player, dancer (tap, jazz, ballet) often took the Concorde to Paris for an overnight or for a party of Dad’s close confidant-business friends, full time ‘house-wife’ took care of/brought up three kids, until my sister died 7 months after her ‘attack in may 1981 at age of 16, I was 13 by the time she died – Been caring for mom alone now, since dad died from melanoma – mom too has had breast cancer – she removed one of her boobs – and as she said: “they were useful for when I needed them” – breast cancer survivor now over 20 yrs…and then diagnosed with uterine cancer, but survivor of that since 2003 – so, almost 16 yrs…. she may be 82 years old, and have medical issues – worse now – due to the Viral Encephalitis – after 30 yrs of being this way – yet, she is doing her best to ‘hold on’ – sadly, my older shit brother – stole our ability to ‘care for ourselves’ – and has been doing all he can to ‘be rid of us’ in a permenant way. Welcome to usa…the ‘attitude’ of most. Consider yourself lucky that you had ‘breast cancer’ and had loved ones who care for you or worry for you (I assume you did…) where we come from if we are ‘diagnosed with some potentially fatal disease, they subliminally are thinking to themselves: they aren’t dead yet”? ) Yes – some people actually do ‘exist’ with ‘relatives’ like this, and have now – nearing 20 yrs….and counting. Glad you’re doing so well – remember – there are those who are ‘worse off’ than you….. like, well, ….us!

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    1. First of all, thanks stopping by the Wild Ride!

      I’m so sorry you’ve faced so much adversity. I hope you are taking care of yourself since you don’t mention anything about your life. You sound like a very special, loving person. Caretakers tend to put everyone else first. I always say, “Take care of yourself first so you can be your best for others.”

      People can be super selfish. I have been written off by some acquaintances. Contracting a disease, especially cancer, seems to be viewed as some kind of failure. Everyone wants to know what we did wrong. Then there’s karma. LOL. Like your mom, I’ve shrugged those sentiments off along with some of those people and have moved forward. I don’t have time for negativity. Life is too short!!!

      It sounds like your mom is wheelchair bound and requires a lot of help. I love that it she remains mentally strong and focused on the future. There are many things she can still accomplish. I wish you both all the best the world has to offer. I’ll say a prayer for you!!

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  8. Thanks, Susie. Will I get a silver medal with the card? He, he. It’s a beautiful card from beautiful person with a super talent. My address is on the way. No hurry.

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