Each challenge …

Each challenge we face in life often brings up feelings of fear, pain, anguish, loss, anger, and so on. When we experience these feelings we must somehow find a way to move passed them — to learn the lessons necessary and continue forward. -Robyn Vie Carpenter Yes it’s true.  I quoted myself.  This was my […]

…I used to th…

…I used to think that aprons were a dumb throwback item that had no purpose other than to fuel my husband’s lurid fantasies… Erika Babineau, 5 Things Someone Really Should Have Told You About Cooking, Sweet Song Bird Blog I was baking my wusband biscuits the other day and this quote, from my sister’s blog, […]

When I first sa…

When I first saw Juan Jimenez of Barrera International, I was attending my friend Lonza Dennis’ showcase. He was dynamic, elegant, handsome and clearly talented. So, when I received an invite to attend his couture show and interview him, I was happy to accept. ~ The Lesbian Socialite I was sitting down working on my […]

…the lesson l…

…the lesson learned is how important it is when it comes to our dreams, to follow our instinct, even when the stakes are high. I am a firm believer that our internal compass always points North. When we listen to that inner voice, despite the odds, despite the risks, despite the costs, and act when […]

T minus 2 hours…

T minus 2 hours 50 minutes Then let the Out Front Colorado Power Party begin! Yep, I’m pretty excited.  As a columnist for Out Front Colorado, attending a party the publication is throwing is always more fun.  It’s a party full of my people.  This is an event where we get to celebrate people from […]

A Celebration of Diversity

Sunday night I watched the Miss America pageant for the first time in such a long time, I can’t even remember the last time I watched it.  It went by faster than I remembered.  It was also incredibly more diverse than I remembered.  Don’t get me wrong, it was still predominantly your typical white, well […]