That’s A Wrap

Twelve Days Of Stories at The Chino House

Dear readers,

I have thoroughly enjoyed these last couple of weeks of storytelling and story sharing. I hope it has been as great an exercise for you as it has been for me.

I actually had a hard time choosing these stories. If you’ve ever met my daddy, you know I could write an entire book just about him. Over seven years of blogging, in addition to stories about my daddy, I’ve written about my mama, my grandmother and my kids. Then there are also entire seasons of my blog that could be considered odes to Colorado.

As I think about what I want to write in 2014, I am considering the stories that I have most enjoyed telling thus far. I know I want to do more travel storytelling and I appreciate your hanging with me as I continue to figure out what that looks like.

If there is one story you especially loved, I would love for you to tell me that in a comment or email.

I would also love for you to share these stories with your own circle of friends on Twitter or Facebook. (You can use the little sharing icons at the bottom of each post to show your story love).

Also, you can subscribe to receive a weekly list of new stories via email.

Here they all are again, just in case you missed one.

A Story about A Cookie

A Story about Christmas

A Story about Money

A Story about Middle School

A Story about My Daddy

A Story about A Passport

A Story about a Very Bad Grade

A Story about Love

A Story about A Long Time Goal

A Story about A Cruise

A Story about Anger

A Story about A Pop Up Camper

I hope your new year is full of living and telling beautiful stories!

With all my heart,




  1. I have so enjoyed your stories! It was a treat to know that I would have a new story to read each day. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Thank you so much Jennifer! They have been a very fun project for me, maybe my favorite project ever. 🙂

  2. I have to say the stories “A Story About a Passport” & “A Story About Anger” were the ones I reflected back on most after reading them. They are all brilliant stories though, so I feel odd singling them out. Especially since they are so clearly part of a whole (life). Thanks for sharing them with us 🙂

    1. Thanks so much Loura! That’s wonderful to hear. 🙂 Thank you for reading!

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