OK, yeah, so... 2016 doesn't seem like the Broncos' year. But they are rebuilding, right? Not that I even know what I am talking about since I an about as unknowledgeable about sports as they come. But one thing I *do* know about: BRUNCH! It's…
Recently, we headed up the hill from Denver to check out the new "yurt village" at YMCA's Snow Mountain Ranch. Sometimes we Denverites forget how much beauty is so close to us, just a quick drive away. The yurts are a great option for families that want to camp, but still have some luxuries... you know - like electricity and beds. Each yurt can sleep up to 6 people, with one queen bed and two bunked beds. And! You can bring your dog. Something I will definitely keep in mind for next time.
I love how things come together fortuitously. Recently, I was chatting with friends in the social media world about all the projects I have been doing - and want to do - around the house. A big one for this fall includes painting my bedroom - the first time it will be done in the 16 years we have owned this house - eeks. And the other was a massive cleanout of our garage that had been filled from floor to ceiling with leftovers of actually living in this space for 16 years. I had been pondering what to do with old paint, and my friends pointed me to PaintCare.
- PaintCare is the organization that oversees the official paint recycling program in Colorado and eight other states across the U.S.
- PaintCare’s goal is to teach people in Colorado to “Buy Right” - which means to buy the right amount of paint; to “Use it Up” - which means to find ways to use up leftover paint; and “Recycle the Rest” - to recycle unwanted paint.
- There are more than 145 sites for Coloradans to recycle their paint.