When you think about traveling you probably imagine an exotic white sand beach in South America or a cobblestone road somewhere in the European countryside, trying the local food and exploring the area while adapting to the culture. Sure, this is part of it, and it’s the good part – it’s what makes the not … Continue reading The Truth About Traveling and My Tips to Make it Easier
My dear friend Taylor Mollohan needs your help. Taylor has Corpus Callosum Atrophy (learn more here - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2117833/) and also has signs of autism. On top of that, his doctors recently discovered a mass in his brain, a cyst on that mass, and extreme swelling around that cyst. Taylor needs to have surgery to clear the … Continue reading Taylor Needs Your Help!
March For Our Lives Denver | March 24th, 2018 The message to end gun violence was heard loud at clear during the "March for our Lives" rally on Saturday in Denver. The goal was not to oppose the second amendment or to take away guns. The speakers touched on mental illness, universal background checks, bullying, … Continue reading Messages from the March
It's been a tough week. I tend to shy away from writing about personal, political or religious issues but I have to say something today. One of my best friends is an incredible high school teacher and coach in Florida. Today her campus was put on lockdown due to a threat from a student with … Continue reading Reflection on the Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting
Steamboat Springs is hands down my favorite place to spend a weekend in Colorado, especially during the summer. Steamboat has it all; hiking, tubing the river, camping, mountain biking, hot springs, the rodeo, great restaurants, shopping and live music - what's not to love. I enjoy visiting Steamboat in the winter too, even though I'm … Continue reading What to do in Steamboat (in the winter) if You Don’t Ski