It’s Memorial Day Weekend and you know what most of us in the south and western states are doing? Attempting to stay dry. This has been the rainiest May I’ve seen since I moved to CO five years ago. Though the cloudy skies are a little gloomy, the abundance of rainwater has been great for the trees and gardens around here. Read on.
Every year around this time, the weather in Denver gets nice and warm. Then, Mother Nature decides to get tricksy and throw us a couple weeks of rain. If she’s feeling especially mischievous, she’ll add in some hail. Some people say you shouldn’t plant a garden here before Mother’s Day. You’d think the same rule would apply for outdoor weddings, but come on. This is Colorado! Read on.
Back in 2012, I was introduced to hoop dance. It’s basically hula hooping, but you use your entire body and perform cool tricks. Oh, and there is a whole community dedicated to it. Needless to say, it’s pretty popular and a lot of fun. Plus, some of the strangest and most awesome people are hoopers. Why does any of this matter? Read on.
Planning a wedding can be stressful, especially when you're light years away from being a traditional bride. But being non-traditional is a great thing, especially if it means your wedding day is spent with vikings, faeries, and your friends from Middle Earth. Read on.
Today, I have decided to tackle the all-important task of ranking table syrups by their bottle. That’s right—like the Miss America pageant, this ranking is purely aesthetic. We have judged not by the contents of the bottle, but by the bottle itself. And I also decided to just include the top three because these posts are supposed to be short. So without further ado, the ranking we’ve all been waiting for: