The Intelligence And Stupidity Of Spring

Have you noticed your trees, shrubs, and plants perking up after the long winter? Well, some of mine are really stupid. See that crabapple on the right? It is showing superior intelligence. Here in Boulder, the month of March is generally our snowiest preceding an April where buds burst into brilliant spring color. But March... Continue Reading →

Get Ready Before It’s Too Late!

"Red sky at morning gives sailors first warning." This photo was taken today! A blustery Rocky Mountain wind pummeled our house all night and is still thrashing our trees causing their remaining leaves to tumble like autumnal rain. A change in the weather is coming. Meteorologists have been predicting this storm like salivating dogs staring... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter From My Boobs

Dear Susie Lindau, For thirteen months, we’ve hung out in our new residence behind your pectoral muscles. It has taken us a while to get used to the cramped quarters, but we are adjusting. We understand you are trying to make us feel at home. Although, we totally appreciate the effort, sometimes, you freak us... Continue Reading →

The Lost Art of Whistling

The organic use of communication called the whistle has been around for a while. The original tweet probably was expressed by a caveman. He may have accidentally whistled while dashing home for supper. Later, it alerted his clan to imminent danger, meaning, "Dude! Look out for those crazed and hungry mastodons behind you!" Dinosaurs are... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to My Boobs

Dear Bionic Boobs, I know you've been adjusting to your new digs since the reconstruction surgery seven months ago. I've protected you from wild elbows, supported you with a bra, and exercised you by smooshing you girls together. (Doctor's orders.) You seem happy enough and pretty perky. I do have some concerns. One night, I... Continue Reading →

A bad cold is just like this…

We're all in denial when experiencing the first sneeze. We're still feeling great. We go about our day and brush off that first little tickle in our throats. Then we notice something just isn't right. Drinking coffee doesn't snap us out of it. We wake up in a fog. With sinuses blocked, our heads feel... Continue Reading →

This Just In!

The Polar Vortex has affected weather patterns and has also changed migration. Geese have been spotted on the equator while Antarctic penguins could be found walking single file along northbound highways. After record snow this winter, Colorado ski areas are considering staying open until the 4th of July. They plan to close with a bang. Recent... Continue Reading →

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