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This online movement is a painful trigger for many for for that, I'm heartbroken for them. My friend commented. "These stories are not 'brave' nor are they 'empowering' - it's all exactly the opposite. My stories are not being shared publicly because they are disgraceful in the way our society tars the women who are in them. That does not make me any less brave than those who do. So yep, we completely and utterly disagree. My stories are not public fodder for a hashtag." I COMPLETELY agree with her and this was my response: "I respectfully disagree that it's...
Great recommendations! One of my favorite fall hikes is Roxborough State Park in October. The oaks are amazing colors.
Love this! I was exactly the same as you (and quite frankly, didn't love the baby stage) but loved my kids getting older. Until they hit middle school this year. And now it's a completely different story with technology battles, lack of self-confidence and mean girl drama. It makes me miss their whimsical, magical childhood!
Super powerful post, Nancy. This. This is everything. "While my apprehension about telling my dad about getting pregnant was enormous, my regret at not having a child would have been even more monumental."
This looks like a BLAST!
Every single time I do a 14er, I vow "never again" en route but then I always return. The altitude definitely knocks your socks off but these are some awesome tips! My recommendation for first-times is to do Sherman or Bierdstadt.
There are some seriously awesome picks here. Can't wait to try them out!!!!
I thought the sleep-deprived baby years and obstinate toddler years were tough. Then I had a tween.
The pass itself is super inexpensive but the fact that kids ski free with it? Can't be beat.
Ugh, my heart went out for you but I would have done the same thing so as not to be disruptive. I'd definitely do a do-over vow renewal and make it special.