Tag Archive: Colorado

Things Mikayla Says

Mikayla is my best friend’s little sister. She is 12 years old. She is also my (non-legally) adopted sister*, as I live with her and her amazing family every time I go to… Continue reading

Super Bowl Sundae

In honor of the Super Bowl today, I’ve decided to rename some of the ice cream flavors at Glacier Ice Cream.  (I have to leave for work in 15 minutes, so this is… Continue reading

Rocky Mountain Cocker Rescue Fundraiser

Hey everyone~ As you might have known from my previous post Max Seigal Photography, I’m good friends (I’d even go as far as to say best friends) with Max Seigal, who takes epic… Continue reading

How To Walk A Dog in 6 Easy Steps

To fund my climbing/travel habit, I walk dogs 5 days a week for a company called Out-U-GO! Check out the website, and tell them that Lauren from the Boulder office recommended you. Every… Continue reading

Dog Pee Conversation Of The Day

Ahh, the perks of being a dog walker…  and having (the best) weird friends.  “Ellie the puppy was real excited to see me… and drizzled on my pants.” “Now that I know that’s… Continue reading

My Soon-To-Be-Former Roommate Ramon, the House Centipede

I live in a basement, which means I have the pleasure of putting up with certain arthropoda tenants. The spiders and I have struck a deal: I leave them alone as long as… Continue reading

The Coffee Shops of Boulder

As one of those writer-types, I spend a lot of time in coffee shops. Luckily, there are a variety of choices  in Boulder, so I can frequently change it up. Here are my… Continue reading

Boulder, Colorado

Boulder, Colorado is a mix of all sorts of things, but most of them have to do with being outside. This is a town where one can buy oxygen*, grass (wheatgrass or marijuana),… Continue reading

Lauren Life Update

Currently, my life is like this:   I am now living in Boulder, Colorado, in the basement of my good friend’s family. In exchange for room and board, I help out around the… Continue reading

Don’t go back to sleep

I found this poem on the wall of the Denver Airport, just outside baggage claim, while I was on my way out after dropping off my sister for her flight back to Ohio.… Continue reading