Technology to the Rescue!

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After the blizzard a couple of weeks ago, Ron and I decided that we needed a snow blower/thrower. My dear, California boy has now learned how to deal with the snow in style. We love Colorado! ❤

Thanks for stopping in to see us,


About Colleen Chesebro

Colleen M. Chesebro is a writer of cross-genre fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Her debut novel, a YA fantasy series called, “The Heart Stone Chronicles - The Swamp Fairy,” was published January 2017. The book reveals the story of Abby Forrester, a 14-year-old orphaned girl who is entrusted with saving a community of fairy nymphs from certain ecological destruction. Along the way, Abby learns about friendship, love, and what it means to actually belong to a family. Colleen’s writing explores ecological situations in the multicultural world of today. She combines real-life historical events into her writing to create experiences that will continue in the hearts and heads of her readers. A veteran of the United States Air Force, Colleen is also a retired bookkeeper. She has an Associates Degree in Business Administration, and another Associates Degree in the Arts, which she uses to combine her love of writing with her passion for all things creative. When she is not writing, Colleen enjoys spending time with her husband, dogs, children, and grandchildren. When time permits, she also loves gardening, cooking, and crocheting old fashioned doilies into works of artistry. She lives in the United States with her husband and her two Pomeranians, Sugar, and Spice. You can learn more about Colleen and her writing on her website

31 Responses

  1. Kentucky Angel

    Colleen, you have no idea how this makes me laugh. My uncle bought a snow blower several years ago when we had some snow in Kentucky, a very rare incident, and passed away before we ever had another. I wonder at times if it was because he never got the opportunity to use his snow blower that caused his heart to break, but the winter after his death, we had snow. His son-in-law used the snow blower for the first time ever. Makes me wonder if my uncle sent that snow just so the blower could be used before it fell apart from neglect.
    Be careful, even with that help, because the cold weather can still hurt you, after your years in the swamp land of Florida. Take time to adjust to the cold CO winter before overheating yourselves with the manual labor in that “too much pure Oxygen” air up there.
    Hugs, Angie

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      1. Kentucky Angel

        I am very familiar with the dryness Colleen. My sisters live in Co. Springs and Monument, and at one time I was able to visit. I’m not sure there was any water left in the reservoir when I left. I wish I could live in the mountains, but with MS that had to be ruled out, so I’ll remain in Kentucky and continue looking at the photos my sisters send me, and the ones I took when visiting.

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  2. We kept a snow blower, even as we moved to southern states, knowing we’d be back in the North some day. When he’s out of town, I shovel…I don’t like the noise or the smell, and I love the exercise ! ☺ But men and machines. He’ll fire up a leaf blower on a porch where I’d use a simple broom…go figure. Hope you’re loving it out there. ☃️ ☃️ ☃️

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  3. Excellent piece of equipment. It doesn’t snow that much here, but when it does it’s not easy. I live on top of a hill, too narrow for them to spread grit, and I have no Ron to give me hand. My neck and back aren’t very keen on shovelling snow.

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