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 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.
It’s just not worth it to live with secrets. My social media feeds have been flooded with National Coming Out Day posts over the last week, and I realized while reading through them that it’s such a relief to able to tell people the truth, to not have to hide anything. I keep thinking about … Continue reading No more secrets