So it finally happened.At the start of the pandemic, I knew there was the possibility that we would lose friends and family to COVID-19. That was the hardest part of reality to deal with as lockdowns and stay-at-home orders were issued worldwide.There was the sinking feeling that not all of us are going to come … Continue reading My uncle died from COVID-19
To all my Colorado friends: Last night I terrified some of my Southeast Texans buddies by telling them about #mountainlife. I told them how Red Mountain Pass has 1,000 foot drops and no guardrails because the county said guardrails would interfere with the snowplows. And how our next-door neighbor in Ouray, a volunteer firefighter, told … Continue reading What my childhood was like in remote Southwestern Colorado (I guess my life is kinda wild + crazy?)
It started with a tickle in my throat 12 days ago. I felt it when I woke up that morning, but I thought it was the arid climate in Colorado making my throat dry and I drank some water. I was on vacation, a two-week roadtrip my best friend and I planned for months to … Continue reading So I might have COVID-19.
Here’s a little update in my medical adventures. So most of my online followers and friends know I’ve been trying to figure out if I have autoimmune problems like my mom and my sister, so I can learn how to take care of my body and be as healthy as I can be. Yesterday, I … Continue reading Keep searching for answers in your health and wellness. You’re worth it.
As a journalist, I get kind of annoyed at people who leave comments on news articles posted to social media like: "I have a police scanner and you wouldn't believe all the things that the news doesn't report." ) We can't just report whatever we hear on the police scanners. It's still happening in … Continue reading Here’s what it’s like to be a journalist in a small town. We don’t have time to create conspiracies.