A Walk In The Parks

As a Coloradoan who grew up with 300+ days of sunshine, I don't do cloudy days. So after our weeks of rain, cloud, and gloom, I was extremely thankful that the sun was out in full force this past weekend.  It was glorious! Glorious, I say!  *happy dance* One of my absolute favorite things to …

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Before Tiger

Before Tiger, there was Charlie Sifford.  Charlie Sifford was the first African American to play on the PGA Tour.  I was fortunate enough to meet him in 2011 at his SCGA Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.  Back then, the only golf I played was putt putt. Charlie fought to remove the "Caucasian-only" clause on the …

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Watts Up! Community Is Rich with Food For the Soul and the Tummy

I recently had the chance to take crashed a private tour of the Watts Towers Cultural Center with a friend. My friend was kind enough to invite me when he was invited to visit the historic site.  Prior to the visit, I had only really looked at the Watts Towers structure and admired the bright …

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Notes From My Day With Really Smart Women

When my friend/psychologist/financial advisor, Diane, invited me to the 2017 Women's Leadership Conference at Mount Saint Mary's, I was super excited. I'm usually hesitant of attending 'women' events; more often than not, they don't address issues and topics that I care about as a woman of color or one who has worked with women in …

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