My Christmas cards are funny this year. Need a giggle? Take a peek at my illustrations and find out who won a card!
When memories of unmet holiday expectations arise, remember this is 2020, the year of COVID-19. This could be the best holiday season EVER! Click for a funny take on the holidays.
My son, Kelly Lindau, made his acting debut in THE PREGNANT HAND. This sketch comedy skit by Zachary Dripps cracked me up! Click for a giggle.
Stress you can't control will take a toll! Click for a few tips to help you calm the heck down. They work for me!
When I groomed my dog, Roxy, the clippers didn't work. I had to trim her with a scissors. Click for a giggle and a funny-looking Bichon Frise!
When I got a basketball Jones and went outside to play, I realized a couple of things about the Cheech and Chong song and myself.
So, I was ready to post a funny story about my love for a sport played outdoors. Then I woke up this morning. I looked out the window and POW! The few inches predicted in Boulder, Colorado turned into 12 and it's supposed to snow all day. I went out in search of a snow... Continue Reading →
Hello, Wild Riders! I hope you are well and surviving the pandemic. I woke up this morning and realized it's my birthday! So, how does an adventure girl celebrate when everyone is supposed to stay home? I have a few ideas. First of all, I am very grateful to be here to celebrate. I'm seven... Continue Reading →
Are the days blurring together? I had to ask my husband what day it was since my fitness watch only shows the date. You finally have time to get that long list of projects accomplished, but all you do is click from one news source to another? Can't motivate? Join the vast majority. Don't worry!... Continue Reading →
A friend of mine sent me a hilarious Chris Mann parody this morning and I spat my coffee all over my laptop. I HAD TO SHARE! Humor the best way to beat stress. In fact, it's instantaneous. it felt really good to laugh. Tell me how you were feeling before you watched these videos and... Continue Reading →