Now that I'm 40 and half my life has gone by, it seems about time to do the big girl thing and commit. To property. I almost bought a townhouse back in January and then I didn't...and then, a week ago, I bought the same townhouse I passed on before. Well, not the exact same … Continue reading Am I A Grown-Up Now?
Most of my posts about Boulder are flattering because I love living here. The quality of life is excellent, the scenery is beautiful, there's lots to do, and the people are friendly. But, like anywhere, Boulder does have its share of self-righteous blowhards and general asshats. And I'm just as willing to write about the … Continue reading Boulderites: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (Part 2)
No, I'm not a Trump fan! Far from it. The Trump administration does not have the best people, but Boulder does. Prior to last week's post, it had been a while since I posted about living in Boulder. But since my company is not moving to Broomfield (yuuuuuge sigh of relief!) and I'm staying in … Continue reading Sanctuary 2.0: Surrounded by the Best People
I almost bought a condo this month. Almost. It was 95 percent perfect, but aside from having a deck that faced a busy parkway instead of the mountains, it was also $8,000 over the max I wanted to pay. That really only adds about $50/month to my mortgage payment, so I was willing to go … Continue reading Sanctuary 2.0: Why Would I Ever Leave?
After a year and a half haitus, I returned to the storytelling stage last November. The theme of the night was "Fire." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJB4lyyx2Sw I won second place with this story, which means I'll be performing in the season finale on March 3 at 7pm in Boulder's Dairy Arts Center. Come out to see me, all … Continue reading Human vs. Mouse
Today is my 10 year anniversary of living in Colorado! I've done so much!
I've said it before and I'll say it again, Boulder is the friendliest place I've ever lived. People of all ages and situations are polite and helpful and always have a smile for you. I've struck up conversations in the most random places with people I wouldn't ordinarily talk to. But why not? Doing so … Continue reading Some Love for Boulder
Two years ago today, I was a fresh and utterly overwhelmed face sitting in a product training course at the LogRhythm headquarters. I didn't know what I was getting into or if it would really be a good fit for me, but I had been handed an opportunity at a successful and growing company, so … Continue reading Workiversary
When I rejoined the single life at the beginning of last year, all the gals in my usual group, except one, were right there with me, or about to be, and that was a lot of fun. A gaggle of thirty-something women with money to burn and time to spare? Plenty of opportunity for getting … Continue reading Small Town Strikes Again
I could have called this post Christmas miracles, but that would be hyperbolic and hokey. I mean, it's not like I found a Daisy Red Ryder BB Gun under my non-existent Christmas tree this morning. However, two unexpected events at the Little House on the Prairie have really made this month even lovelier than planned. … Continue reading Sanctuary 2.0: It’s Never Too Late