I’m very excited about the Denver Botanic Gardens, hence the blog title. How can I not be? Also, people have told me that cursing is a sign of intelligence because it shows you have an increased vocabulary. I don’t know how true that is, although I imagine there’s some truth to it, so everyone take … More 6-12-20 Denver Botanic Garden, Bitches!
My life has been fairly interesting and busy lately. Two weeks ago I went to Grand Lake on a family vacation. I loved getting to spend time with my family – two of my cousins even came. I went hiking and kayaking, played games and watched movies, and ate lots of food. I even made … More Happenings of the past three weeks
This past weekend Gene and I visited my parents in Colorado Springs. We taught them how to play Pandemic (I love my cooperative games) and I started playing Pokemon Go. There aren’t any pokemon at my house so I gave up trying to play when it first came out but thought I’d give it a … More Colorado Springs, Pokemon, and Pueblo
I took today off from work and have had such a lovely day. First, Sidney and I went on a walk around the lake by my old apartment. Sidney is playing Pokemon Go and there were a lot of Pokemon around the water. I forgot how much I liked that walk. I’m going to have … More Walks, movies, and friends
Gene, Sidney, and I went bike riding yesterday. We biked along the Cherry Creek Trail and made a stop at the Cherry Creek farmers’ market. The market was pretty small and had all the quintessential farmers’ market booths. We bought what was supposed to be lemonade from a tamale stand but it definitely didn’t taste like … More Weekend bike ride
(See previous post for full travel recap) We landed in England and rented a car to make our way to Port Isaac. First we stopped in a town along the ocean to grab some fish and chips and walk along the beach. Then the plan was to go to Dartmoor National Forest and do a bit … More Summer travels: England
I went to France and England earlier this month with Gene and Lydia. (I must acknowledge here how privileged my life is. It amazes me sometimes how easy I truly have it.) I went for two weeks and I visited amazing places and I was in the midst of true history and I tried not … More Summer travels: France