Although I've been saying I want to move back to the east coast for about five years now, and although I now have a full time remote job that enables me to pack up and move back tomorrow if I want to, I'm quite glad to have been in Colorado through the Covid-19 shutdowns. And … Continue reading Wild, Wild West, How I Love You
On March 3 this year, I was one of the featured storytellers at the Truth Be Told season finale, featuring all the first and second place winners from 2018. I didn't win in the finale, but I told a damn fine story. I hope you think so too! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l70k1uOmfUc And if my story didn't convince … Continue reading Flora Versus Fauna
I'm not a fan of frenemies, cattiness, or plain out women hating other women. I wouldn't enjoy living that way and I don't even enjoy books or movies that portray women that way. I'm a woman of the variety who compliments random women on their outfit or hair, who tries to comfort the girl crying … Continue reading The Perfect Bitch
Mile 1: It's 6:59 AM. I just peed 10 minutes ago and I really have to go again because despite the cold, I'm only wearing a tank top and capri yoga pants, and I've just chugged a cup of coffee to warm up and a bottle of water to combat the dehydrating effect of the coffee, … Continue reading 13.11 on a Mesa in Southern Utah
Big Bend is the least visited of our national parks. In 2016, it saw just 388,290 visitors, compared to the 11,312,786 who went to the most visited, Great Smoky Mountains. This is not a surprise, given its location in an almost-forgotten corner of Texas, an 8.5 hour drive from Dallas, if you speed and don't stop … Continue reading Feats of Endurance
I did a thing over the long Fourth of July weekend; I set foot in the only one of the 50 states I hadn't yet. Idaho! When my company sent me to Portland, Oregon for a conference earlier this year, I realized that only Idaho remained and I needed to seize the opportunity. Aside from … Continue reading But…Puerto Rico?