Ten years ago today we led a little caravan of cars up to a house on a cul-de-sac in Castle Pines and started a new adventure. We’d only been married for (almost) four months when we packed up the few things we owned and relocated to Colorado. Stephen’s parents were headed to Tennessee with Mike’s […]Read More A Decade of Colorado
It appears that Five Things Friday is now my primary method of blogging, so here we go with a nice little mini-update on life! House Hunting Update As of Tuesday, we are currently under contract on a home in Castle Rock. I’m going to keep details to a minimum for the time being as there […]Read More Five Things Friday
Six years ago today, we arrived at our home in Colorado. Married for not quite four months, Stephen and I were newlyweds embarking on a big adventure in a state with no family close by and for me, none of my closest friends. Over the last six years, we’ve grown and changed as individuals, a […]Read More 6 Years in Colorado
Just over a week ago, I was having a normal Friday night with my husband binge watching LOST (Yes, I am about 10 years behind the rest of the world) when we heard a knock on the door. Now at 10:30pm, I am usually sleeping soundly, and having just been watching a show where people […]Read More Surprise!
Colorado is currently under siege from multiple wildfires, covering land in almost every part of the state. While some have been burning for a while and are inching closer to being contained (High Park Fire in Fort Collins), others have just started (Flagstaff Fire in Boulder) or have taken a dramatic turn for the worst […]Read More Pray for Colorado
And I’m not sure that I’m ready for it. We’ve been back in school for about a month now and the weather is starting to change. It only got to be like 72 degrees today and the high is 64 for tomorrow. I like that it’s not 90+ but if it’s going to drop off […]Read More Summer is drawing to a close…
In commemoration of our first year in Colorado, I have made a list of things I’ve learned since living in Colorado. – There is no such thing as a “typical” Colorado season. Every person that you talk to says it is “NEVER this *insert adjective here* (rainy, snowy, cold, hot, humid) this time of year!” […]Read More One Year Colorado Anniversary