Tag Archives: Legacy

Short Notes on Turning 30

Before our first vet school exam, the teachers gave us some example questions to help direct our studies. One of the questions was, “Write short notes on the tongue.” I remember this exact question because I remember thinking, “Short notes? … Continue reading

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Adventures in a Clown Car

“Errr, ummm stay on the left! Your left! The other left! Left! Left! Left!” I shrieked in horror as I realized I’d entered a roundabout going the wrong way. Upon accepting that it was to late to do anything but … Continue reading

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Vet School Flunkie

I may have just failed vet school today. Seriously. But let me start at the beginning… I love horses. I think they are majestic, beautiful creatures with really freaking weird skeletal structure. And, aside from the way they remind me … Continue reading

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Taking Off The Mask

It didn’t take long for my blog to diverge from my chaste path of self-discovery to a smutty dating blog. Continue reading

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April 29th Comes Every Year

Today is my day to trace the words engraved in stone: In Loving Memory of… Continue reading

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5 Good, Bad and Ugly Reasons Why I Did Not Write for 5 Weeks

This is my 100th blog post. It seems fitting that it would be a landmark. I just moved back home to Colorado Springs. Not just home, but REALLY home. Like my mom is my new roommate and we are actually … Continue reading

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The Way of the World

My baby sister Molly paid me a visit last week all the way from Gonzaga University (Go Zags!) in Spokane, Washington. I loved having her in Connecticut with me. She’s been my most trusted friend and sidekick for 20 years … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned from the Pike’s Peak Incline and IHOP

It’s better if you don’t go it alone. Continue reading

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Triple Generation Mother’s Day

I love my Mom. She told me that I wasn’t allowed to blog about her anymore after I wrote my Guide to Mother-Daughter Relationships. I know she doesn’t mean that. Continue reading

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The Catcher isn’t Crazy

I recently finished reading The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger.  It was on my Grandpa’s Reading List. Sure enough, as Grandpa promised, I’m a better person for reading it. It didn’t wow me the whole way through, or even as soon as … Continue reading

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