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Some days, my brain is way too much like a gerbil. That is, completely unable to hold onto a single thought for any useful length of time. So, for today, all you’re going to get is a series of quick hit observations that snuck past my … more
How many times have you walked into a nursing home and witnessed a man or woman trying to communicate with their loved one.  And so often the patient doesn’t have a clue their loved one is there.  And yet the life partner faithfully sits there … more
When Bob Dylan wrote the above song lyrics he probably never grasped how many times op-ed columnists would use his song title. However, it fits the current times. We see it everywhere including most aspects of our lives. Certainly in politics, we … more
So the other day I found myself in the middle of a situation. I was a third party to two other people debating and even arguing over an event that had taken place. They both viewed and experienced the circumstances differently and at this point had … more
My daughter is now about seven weeks away from graduating high school. Wow, that time went fast! I still remember the day she was born, as, I think, most parents remember the days their children are born. What we have a hard time remembering is who … more
Nothing beats a week of gray skies and stuffy suits in Washington like a sunny day in Colorado's high country. A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to strap on some snowshoes for a short hike on … more
Right here in our community, there are abused and neglected children who live in the shadows of our lives. She may be the little girl in your son’s or grandson’s kindergarten class, who had to move homes and changed schools three or four times … more
You are so kind in requesting that a column now and then that strikes a chord. Here it is: Senior citizens are constantly being criticized for every conceivable deficiency of the modern world, real or imaginary. We know we take responsibility for … more
John Elway gets it. From refusing to play in Indianapolis and forcing a trade to the Denver Broncos as a rookie, to selling his car dealership empire at just the right moment, to cementing his legacy as an NFL icon by retiring after winning … more
The regional premiere of “End of the Rainbow” plays in the Main Stage Theater at the Arvada Center through April 13. The iconic Judy Garland (Tari Kelly) is in London preparing to make a spectacular return to the stage. It’s the Christmas … more
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