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Is holding on to tradition more important than change or trying something new? Are change and trying something new more appealing and intriguing than holding on to tradition? Do we hold on to … more
I don't believe in wishing and hoping and praying for things to get better. I don't believe in positive thinking all by itself, or slogans to grease the way. There's work to be done. Meditation … more
About 15 years into my career, a young woman from another department in the organization where we both worked asked me to lunch. To my complete - and ignorant - surprise, she asked me to be her … more
This week's column could also have easily been titled, "The Tale of Two Attitudes." Unfortunately this past week I had a freak accident and ended up crushing the big toe on my left foot. While I … more
Jennifer has her hands full this spring with three seniors. One is graduating from high school, one is graduating from college, and one gets a discount at Red Lobster. That's me. I just love the … more
Fake news is a real thing ... no matter who proclaims it. When I was studying to become a journalist as an undergrad, there were only the Big Three network TV newscasts, AM radio news, and a … more
With the springtime officially upon us and trees, shrubs, and flowers all taking root, it has inspired me to share with you some thoughts that run through my mind as I watch springtime come into full … more
Let's pile into the car and drive to the mall. It used to be an event, and sometimes a road trip from Nowhere, Colorado, for a day of shopping at a big city's retailers or mall. Now? Stores … more
If there’s a better part of summer than music under the stars, I don’t know what it is. Colorado has no shortage of picturesque locations for summer concerts, and while everyone is well aware of places like Red Rocks, many more intimidate venues exist that provide a lovely setting for some classic acts. more
Because we do not think of the next generation, they will never forget us. - Henrik Tikkanen What did you do on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22? I drove - alone - on several errands. After my car … more
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