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There are two old proverbs I would like to share with you this week. The first is this, "An unfriendly person pursues selfish ends and against all sound judgment starts quarrels." And the second one … more
Of all the things to be heartbroken about in 2016, the separation and divorce of HGTV's "Flip or Flop" stars was not one of them. For me. There has always been an interest in the personal lives of … more
Most Coloradans did not grow up in a rural area and have never been on a farm or ranch, yet the people of Colorado support agriculture's positive contribution to the quality of life in our … more
In a Q&A in last week's Centennial Citizen, Republican state Rep. Cole Wist lists "establishing . . . statewide construction litigation reform" as one of the two most important issues the … more
Many U.S. citizens and investors are sighing in relief that 2016 is over but are trepid about what 2017 may bring. Last year was good for certain parts of the stock market, but those gains did not … more
I have been told that we don't meet people by accident. When a good one comes along, I try to be ready. You never know who is going to be around the next corner. A cartoonist named Hirschfeld … more
Sometimes the tiniest of incidents can throw us into a tirade or tantrum. We get so blinded by the perceived crisis of the moment and situation we lose our minds, our tempers can quickly flare, and … more
OK, here we are a couple of weeks into the new year. And over the past year we shared thoughts and conversations around dreams and goal setting, personal successes and achievements, challenges we … more
This is a tribute to naps. Right after I write it, I plan to take one. There are few things better than a nap. And they are free. No one has ever had to pay for a nap. Infants and the … more
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