Let's take a trip down memory lane, regardless of your age. If you've lived in the Bozeman area most of your life or your entire life, what things do you remember most fondly? Better yet...are any of them still here?
The price of gold has been wobbly the last couple of months, probably due mostly to people (rightfully so) freaking out about the economy. In my world, my MOTHER'S gold will always be priceless and you'll have to pry it from my cold, dead body before I'd sell it.
With Mother's Day this month, I thought I'd share some of my fondest memories of MY mom, whom I lost in 2005. Regardless of what "the market" says, my gold necklace will always be priceless and you'll have to pry it from my cold, dead body before I'd sell it.
I'm returning home to the east coast later this week, as it's been too long. I haven't been back to Connecticut in 2 years. It's gonna be great to stay with my parents and pretend I'm a kid again (Mom, be prepared to prepare meals and I will ask to use the car). As the trip home nears, I've been thinking a lot about my childhood and all the experiences that have led me to this point in my life.