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Even When I Feel Like a Loser, It Turns Out I’m A Winner

On October 10th, I was feeling sorry for myself. It was raining —again – a not uncommon experience in Colorado during the fall of 2013. My husband was in Aspen partying with friends from college, many of them my friends … Continue reading

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Skiing Again: An Adaptive Skier’s Return to the Slopes

From the BSM: In December 2012, I reviewed Judy Johnson Berna’s book, Just One Foot. I didn’t realize it then, but Judy had been away from skiing for a few years.  This past season, she got back on snow. The challenge … Continue reading

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How A Nonprofit With A Funny Name Drives Mountain Biking in Western Colorado

Last fall, I was asked to choose one non-profit organization for a magazine profile. It was a beautiful fall day, so after checking my email, I went mountain biking with a friend at Lunch Loop, a system of trails at … Continue reading

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What’s In A Number?

I originally wrote this post in March. I was feeling blue with the ski season ending and missing the comments and interaction with many readers. July 29th marked the 2 year anniversary of Brave Ski Mom. Over the past two … Continue reading

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Get A Kid in the Game

On April 8, our friend Brian Grossman will tie on his running shoes, grab a bag with all the food and supplies he’ll need for seven days and start running – in the Moroccan Sahara Desert. Brian will be one … Continue reading

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