I'll admit it, I have never been a cheerful person. It's just not my personality. In fact, those kinds of people who are constantly cheerful and chipper often make me want to run them over with my car, back and forth. But I am not saying that I don't try at least to be in a good mood. I am not angry, I don't go out of my way to… Read More »Celebrating through the grief
This has been such an emotional week since the loss of my dearest friend and brother. There have been times when I just felt so tired that all I wanted to do was crawl back into bed and cover over with blankets and tears, but that isn't who I am. Each day I fought to get up and dressed, get outside and work. I needed to be around people and… Read More »Finding strength to move through grief with creativity
The Boulder County Coroner's Office today identified the motorcyclist killed in a collision with an SUV on 30th Street last week as Lance Gurney, 40. At 4:53 p.m. Aug. 21, a woman driving a 2000 Lexus SUV told police she was pulling out of a private parking lot driveway and attempting to make a left turn onto northbound 30th Street near O'Neal Parkway. She told police she thought she had… Read More »Gone too soon.
Ugh, I have the dreaded head cold this week. I am not feeling like I am getting anything done. I had a few sales this week at the shop that needed my attention and some fine tuning on the website. But I think I am sneezing and blowing my drippy nose more than I am getting anything done. What do you do for a cold? Here's a peek… Read More »Slow sick days
Today my week ended differently than it usually does. We spent time at the Har Sinai cemetary with the kids from the synagogue. Honestly this was something I had been trying to get out of doing. I didn't like the idea of spending my day at a cemetary. It seemed depressing and not the way I wanted to end my week. But that wasn't the kind of example I wanted to set for my… Read More »Let me remember you