As 2021 quickly comes to a close, I’ve begun to ponder what my blog will look like in 2022. Do I try to continue my What I like Wednesday posts, blossoming out to non-Colorado related themes? Do I take a temporary break from that (but if I do, would I ever return?)? Regardless what I … More 12-20-21 Friends, cookie weekend, and other happenings
Thanksgiving has come and gone and now my Christmas tree is up and I’ve been wearing Christmas socks the past few days. Am I finally starting to feel in the Christmas spirit? Yes! Seeing the Christmas lights on houses as I drove around running errands last Thursday and putting up the tree yesterday is getting … More 12-6-21 Thanksgiving & Daily Life
Summer is in full swing here in Colorado. The gloomy days have finally passed, I think, which makes me feel both happy and sad. Happy because it means more sun and heat and those lovely puffy white clouds I adore. But also sad because it means hot nights and the apartment’s AC is old and … More 6-13-21 Mountains, pool, friends, movie
Sunday morning I met my friend, Robyn, and we went for a walk along the High Line Canal Trail and Fairmount Cemetery. I enjoyed catching up with her and hearing about her car selling and buying adventures. I can only hope I don’t have as many adventures as hers when I’m finally ready to get … More 8-18-20
Thursday evening I met up with Shari for ice cream. Can you believe I haven’t gotten ice cream at all this summer? It’s August for crying out loud! This is what covid does to me, it prevents me from getting ice cream. 😉 At least Elisabeth has made me a couple of Dole Whips. She’s … More 8-15-20 How am I so busy?
The bats are still here! Last night I saw them again. Whatever the roof people were doing yesterday it wasn’t killing or trapping them, thankfully. This time around I grabbed my phone and attempted to record their evening flight. At first I was very nervous to get up close, and I jumped back after the … More 7-17-20 Bats
I am happy to report that the Mixed Taste event last night led to laughter and even a couple of gasps from this person right here. Did you know way back when (like, 50 million years ago), our planet had forests from one pole to the other? There were palm trees in Alaska. And there … More 7-16-20 Mixed Taste & bats