Snow on Mother’s Day

Enough is enough. In Colorado, Mother’s Day is supposed to be the safe day to plant tender annuals. But it snowed all day today, and is supposed to be below freezing for the next two days. My house is full of flowers and vegetable plants waiting to make their debut in the garden. I’m all […]

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Movies Remade

Why are so many old movies remade? Is it because the moviemakers think they have a better take on the story, because they believe the technology available now will make a more compelling production, or because they have a vision that drives them? Whatever drives them, I enjoy seeing the different treatments. Last night I […]

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Weekends

Why do weekends seem to go by so fast? Of course, these days the weekdays go by fast as well. But the difference is that the weekdays seem to catapult forward driven by outside forces: commuting to and from work, getting what we need to get done on our workday calendar, responding to what other […]

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Springtime (almost) on the Rockies Front Range

Yes, we had snow last week, temperatures in the low twenties, but this  weekend it was spring. Denver has over 300 days of sunshine a year, and today is one of them. No sweater necessary, no wind, just perfect. Of course, everything is still winter-brown with the exception of a few brave tulip leaves that […]

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