NOV | 2019
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Seven Stones Botanical Cemetery: A Celebration of Life- In the Wake of Death
Not a “cookie-cutter cemetery” Seven Stones brings innovation to a garden setting so we can celebrate life in a more inviting way.
Gin Unscrambled: Everything You Need to Know, From A-Z
It is cold outside. The Rocky Mountains were given another healthy dose of low temps and a well-deserved helping of snow, which bodes well for the plethora of weekend warriors heading to the slopes over the next couple of months.
Tasty "Game Time" Comfort Food
Recipe for killer mac and cheese.
Wintertime Blues? How About 10 Days/4 Resorts in Scottsdale, AZ
Scottsdale, AZ — home to jet setters, sun worshipers, and those that just plain ole love to kick back and soak in the surroundings as they work on perfecting their tan and golf game. But in reality, there is so much more to Scottsdale than just sun and golf. There is also high-end resort living at its finest and top-notch dining and hospitality to go with.
Design Tips from Kaye: A Color for Every Mood
Before I show clients photos of the latest color trends, my response is typically not what they expected. I’ll ask them, “What colors make you happy?” That’s because, above everything else, the colors we choose to be surrounded by should be colors that make us happy. I then question my clients to help them determine what type of feeling or mood they’d like to create. Color can have a great influence on our emotions, tell a story, and impact the way we experience a space.
The Power of Habit
Recently, I started reading books again. Good old-fashioned, borrowed, rented, and purchased paperback books. I pulled out The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg. It took me a while to make my way through this book, but I’m glad I did. It reinforced to me that, “Yes, I read books now. I’m a book reader.” This is a new thought, belief, and habit – one that I’d like to keep around.
Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve: Digging Deeper Into Roxborough's Prehistoric Past
It’s difficult to imagine in our modern upscale community that a woolly mammoth was killed and butchered here some 13,000 years ago. Evidence that ancient people slaughtered the extinct creature near the end of the Ice Age was revealed on private land just a few hundred yards from the curve on Titan Road.
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