Waking up to my husband's magnificent huevos rancheros breakfast, cooked with leftovers from last night's steak dinner, I recalled all the times he made me breakfast when we were dating. I fall in love with him all over again. After ten years of marriage, these little smitten moments are still a daily occurrence.
It's not about what we do, it's about just enjoying ourselves in all this beauty.
Today, we head up to Hatcher Lake to do some float tubing, Yes, it is a form of… Continue
Added by Carrie on July 10, 2008 at 9:43am —
Added by Somegye on July 10, 2008 at 5:45am —
One of things that has always worked well for me about New Mexico is the choice in clothing. Many people work on style, not so much what is fashionable, but what looks good or is fun to wear. I think that some of this is income related. We are a state of good yard sale/thrift store shoppers. Some of it is art related, even people with money have been known to lean toward the funky.
I love that people mix trendy and vintage or old jeans and fancy jewelry.
All three of my kids have a… Continue
Added by mombat on July 9, 2008 at 8:00pm —
Help! The trumpeter vine is taking over my house!
Added by Barelas Babe on July 9, 2008 at 7:33pm —
Baseball and mockingbirds if you ask the FreeSoundProject
where I recently downloaded all my ringtones. Surely, we can round out the project database with a few more recordings of fair Burque. You know, local aural phenomena such as:
Added by chantal on July 9, 2008 at 7:30pm —
First I want to say that I’m not writing this to gain any favor with Z-Coil
. I just want to recognize a local company that made it big.
One of my interviews on Monday was with a… Continue
Added by Anthony R. Lovato on July 9, 2008 at 1:30pm —
I was just watching the KOB-tv midday newscast, and caught a little snippet on how sex gets better with age. There were some particulars given, such as women reporting more sexual satisfaction as they got older, and the men reporting slightly less, etc.
The young, pretty female anchor, Marla Tellez, was giving the story, and at the end, the camera was on both Ms. Tellez and the decidedly older Steve Stucker.
I have never, ever seen the guy so quiet or with such a blank… Continue
Added by Jessica on July 9, 2008 at 12:28pm —
I have a secret confession. I love to sing. I love singing in the car, at home while cleaning the house, and whenever the spirit moves me. There’s just this one little problem - I am tone deaf. To say I sing off key is an understatement. And I’ve got the vocal range of about two notes. I would love to have one of those big powerful voices like Lola Beltrán
Added by Adelita on July 9, 2008 at 11:17am —
I'm having a hard time figuring out why I'm still angry about an incident that occurred over two weeks ago. I'm usually not one to hang onto something as intangible as emotion but for some reason I'm hanging onto this like it's some kind of treasure.
You see, for the last three years I've been organizing massage therapists to provide massage for the participants of the walk and bike benefits of the American Diabetes Association. Last year I was able to add the Junior Diabetes… Continue
Added by MPC on July 9, 2008 at 10:30am —
We had an epiphany. Fly fishing is a pain in the ass. Yes, after nearly seven years of catch-and-release fly fishing, we both admitted that the excessive gear, special knots, and matching the hatch is getting too fiddly for both of us. Both of us get a twinge of guilt when we actually catch a fish, even though we practice zero limit catch and release angling with single barb-less hooks.
And look at all the crap we loaded in our car just for fly fishing -- rod cases, reels, tackle… Continue
Added by Carrie on July 9, 2008 at 9:00am —
Added by Somegye on July 9, 2008 at 5:46am —
Today is Joan Osborne's birthday...WhooHoo!
Here is a 'gallery salute' to her when she was in Albuquerque at Q Jam
Although NOT coming to Abq., a friend of ours wrote this awesome review of the July 7th Dallas, Texas show of Alison Krauss and Robert Plant
...Wish they… Continue
Added by Jeff Hartzer on July 8, 2008 at 8:30pm —
Recently, I realized the sheer number of things that I carry around with me on a daily basis. And so, here is my no-holds-barred analysis of the world inside my purse....
Wallet: contains my credit card, debit card, license, library card, and a myriad of discount cards for various stores. Usually contains some amount of cash, as well as the odd scrap of paper that I scrawled in a hurry and then forgot about. Does anyone remember the… Continue
Added by Alex on July 8, 2008 at 7:51pm —
I am still on the hunt for a job and today was no exception. I have been quite lucky these last two weeks, I have had several interviews. Yesterday I had a second interview and this prospect looks hopeful. I have been looking for a position since September 2007—I have never had such a hard time landing a job.
I have become quite proficient in filling out all of the various job banks’ questions and I have refined my resume. I have… Continue
Added by Anthony R. Lovato on July 8, 2008 at 6:00pm —
The two most important parts of a movie. The two most important parts of a marathon. The two most important parts of a book. The two most important parts of life...kind of.
Ok so life is definitely more complicated than a beginning and an end but those are the two parts the majority of people remember. Somehow, all the stuff that happened in between gets lost. Memories become blurs and time lines become irrelevant. Pero por… Continue
Added by Alicia on July 8, 2008 at 5:42pm —
I grew up a very devoted Christ follower and a democrat. It seemed to me that the values of the democratic party more clearly reflected Jesus' values of caring for people and the earth. Somehow though, I drifted through, for way too long, fundamentalist churches which espoused that if one were a Christian you had to be a republican. Some churches boldly taught this from the pulpit; others conveyed it person to person. The core values of the church as I knew it seemed to change from caring for… Continue
Added by Kelly Vickers on July 8, 2008 at 10:30am —
Added by Eric Renz-Whitmore on July 8, 2008 at 8:53am —
Added by Somegye on July 8, 2008 at 5:30am —
When I was growing up in a respectable Mossman home in the northeast heights, I recall my parent's disdain of the North Valley. It was scary to them---a place they believed was full of crime and crumbling old homes. Boy, has that shifted!
A dear friend of mine bought three acres in the north valley thirty years ago for a total of $24,000, mainly because she loved the beautiful cottonwood trees (above) that filled what became the backyard of her… Continue
Added by Kelly Vickers on July 7, 2008 at 10:00pm —
Located midway between Pagosa Springs and Durango, Colorado lies the Piedra watershed -- a wild, scenic region of high elevation grasslands, aspen forests and granite mountains.
The main rivers here are the Piedra River, Williams Creek and Sand Creek. Most of the access roads are well-graded dirt roads that drive through working cattle ranches, seasonal hunting / vacationing cabins and the occasional year-round… Continue
Added by Carrie on July 7, 2008 at 7:30pm —