Since I have had 2 close family members die within 4 months of each other I made some drastic changes in my life.
1) I have gone vegan. I decided to do it for my health and I already gave up meat about a year ago. But, I’m prone to high cholesterol and I don’t want to die the same way my dad did. So, I decided to go vegan for my health.
2)I discontinued sparking at Boulder weekly. I was working 3 jobs and Boulder weekly was a steady paycheck but; I didn’t feel valued nor my ideas. I’m excited to say I was picked up full time at Surefire Protection as an account manager. When I explained my family circumstances and I needed some time off they listened and gave me the time I needed to heal before going back to work. I’m excited because even when I worked part time they have implemented ideas I have had into policy. So, I go back full time starting tomorrow.
3)I’m studying for GMAT & LSAT. After my dad died I kinda gave up on pursuing a higher education or becoming a lawyer. I have had long discussions with my family and really would love to get a masters in forensic psychology and a JD.
4) I’m doing challenges for myself. The poem in this picture is to a real life treasure. But, I just know that I would rather have a happy and fulfilling life rather than have no stories to tell. So here are my next challengers.
A) Hunt Fenns treasure
B) lose weight and become healthy
C) Take Tae KWon do
D) sing in public
Live drawing from Collected Works Bookstore today 2 pm MDT with Emcee Kristie Kpro from THOR and special guest #forrestfenn Proceeds to benefit searcher Jamie Jourdan who lost her home and business to wildfire. @shelleycarney @tmyounis #fenntreasure#thrillofthechase#raffledrawing
In the year 1988 a seemingly unconnected series of events occurred: millions of acres of Yellowstone burned in a historic and unrelenting wildfire, a man discovered his body was ablaze with the unforgiving disease of cancer, and that same man, contemplating what could be his last great adventure, purchased a 12th-century Romanesque 10”x10”x5” lock box for $25,000. Alone, and in secret, sitting in his newly purchased Santa Fe home, the man known as Forrest Fenn quietly began to fill the mystery box with gold coins, priceless antiques, and his favorite treasures.
Decades later, I’d go hunting for it. The rest of the story linked in my bio . . .