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We left Pagosa in a blizzard

Our daughter called, “We are so glad you’re coming to California this year for the holidays, but are you sure you don’t want to fly?” “Thanks, but no thanks. Your…

Surely, you’re not one of those?

Blow me away with a feather. I was talking to a friend about a book she was reading about introverts. She said that she was talking to someone about being…

Working our row

This time of the year I always feel like I have to wrap up the year and be ready to unwrap the next year. Maybe it’s the way I mark…

Will they ever grow up?

I heard a mother ask, “Will they ever grow up?” She was asking a rhetorical question. She knew better than to expect an answer. She’s probably asked herself that question…

My gift is in his hands

I made the statement years ago, “My Gift was in his hands.” I was talking about my father-in-law, who was a wonderful artist. He was egotistical, an angry man and…

Living our dream in Pueblo

My Sweet Al is eye candy on my arm. We’re decked out in red ThunderWolves T-shirts and blue windbreakers. We have Team Wylie blankets, game bags, red sparkling pompoms, red…

Memories: Precious and different

Time changes, things change, and memories change, also. We enjoyed our family for Thanksgiving, but a week early and on a Saturday. We’ve always had Thanksgiving celebrations on Thanksgiving, but…

Crying women, bruised egos and default buttons

Mike, our friend’s son, said to us, “I sat my folks down and told them, ‘You’re at the age you need to make some decisions. It will be easier to…

Flying body parts and body language

Some of our favorite times in the car are with our family listening to books on tape. As we follow CSU Pueblo’s football games around the country, we listen and…

Life after the game: Not the end of the story

As I watched the Pagosa Pirates football team play their hearts out during the Bayfield game, I saw the hurt in the players. I knew there would be life after…