If emotions are like waves, our local community got hit by a tsunami this week.
We like to call Boulder our "souls' home." It’s where we were both born. It’s where we met, during our senior year at Boulder High. It’s where we got married 15 years ago. It’s where we've raised our daughter for the last eight years.
So you can imagine the shock and horror we experienced when we started receiving texts from friends and family members throughout the world asking if we were...
It’s Thanksgiving (the good news)!
Covid-19 rates are peaking (the bad news).
And that means that all the drama we normally experience at Thanksgiving -- the strange political discussions or the arguments over whether the stuffing should be gluten-free -- now includes all sorts of new emotionally explosive questions.
We know, could there be a more depressing way to start a newsletter?
Probably not. But, let’s face it, we are in the midst of a global pandemic, witnessing the spread of a disease that is killing thousands of people each day.
Hopefully, you won’t get coronavirus. And if you do, hopefully you won’t end up in the hospital or worse, dying.
But it might be worth using this moment, when death has been thrust into the forefront of life, as a catalyst to consider whether you...