Then, and Only Then, May You Quit

Someday, I’ll have children who’ll say, “I can’t”. When that happens, I might just make them read this post. *** My fingers are puffy and red, and I can barely feel my thumbs. I only own finger-less cycling gloves, and they don’t do the job when it’s 55 degrees (Farenheit) … Continue reading

Don't Quit on Me Now

The last couple of days have been, well, crappy. A week from the day that my husband deployed to Afghanistan, the company I work for laid off 1/3 of its team. My coworkers have been some of the first friends I’ve made in Colorado, and many of them have families … Continue reading

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