Who Am I?

Obviously, I am a mom and a skier.  I am not so brave, but I try every day to meet life’s challenges with a smile on my face. Curious about why I am the BRAVE ski mom? The answer is here.

I am a Colorado native, from the Western Slope, far from Denver.  I ski over 50 days each year, which means pretty much every weekend day with some midweek days scattered in here and there.

I enjoy road biking and have just discovered that I actually can mountain bike, which is a good thing considering where I live.

brave ski mom

Me. The Brave Ski Mom.

Although I love my family more than anything, I also love my devoted dog, Chawie.  I am trying to master Spanish.  I play classical guitar. I love good cheese and citrus fruit.

I also love to write. If you are interested in me writing for you, contact me.

If I didn’t live in Colorado, I would live in Utah.  And if Utah weren’t an option, you could find me in France.

17 Responses to Who Am I?

  1. Heather Hogoboom says:

    Kudos chica! You know your longest-standing friend will ALWAYS ski with you anywhere….Colorado, Utah, France. Buena suerte con su blog!!!

  2. I found this blog from a post on Andrew Norcross Blog you made about a social media widget not performing as you liked. I must say this is a really pretty Blog, what theme and skin is it, if u don’t mind me asking ?

  3. Jillian says:

    Glad to connect with a fellow writer/mommy blogger/skier/biker etc…

    It’ll be fun to swap stories.

    Come visit often: http://aspenreallife.com

  4. Elaine King says:

    Thanks for the great info!

  5. Elena says:

    Glad to meet you. I become one of your FaceBook followers.

  6. Gary Talcott says:

    Nice work you are doing here. Do you ever do any web content writing for people?

  7. Kim says:

    Just found your site. I’m a non-skiing mom who learned to ski at 40 so I could be out with my kids…who after 1 season, out ski me!

    I am also the mom of a girl & boy lacrosse player. My 65 year old parents LOVE lacrosse, although I wondered that too when my son started. Now they say it is hard to switch back and forth and not yell “hit ‘em” at the girls games!

    • braveskimom says:

      I love your comment! The boys and girls games are so different. I am in awe of the athletes in both sports — amazing skill and coordination!

      I hope you’ll keep skiing. Kids do have a tendency to “out do” us moms (and dads). But I always just tell myself that’s the goal — I want them to be better than me in every way!

      Take care and thanks again for commenting!

  8. What a great blog. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Fabo says:

    Congratulations, nice blog! I wish there where more mom’s like you out there, very inspiring, well done! Do you guys ever come skiing in Europe?
    Cheers,
    Fabo

    • braveskimom says:

      Thanks Fabo! You made my day! We have spent a lot of time in Europe — in the summers: hiking in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Chamonix, Courcheval. Winters we’ve been bound to North America. I want to change this! When we get to Europe for skiing, I’ll let you know! I’ll check out your ski school. Cheers!

  10. RJ says:

    Glad I found your blog. I live in beautiful Colorado as well, and your ski tips and information is very helpful.

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