The Colorado Girl Diary II Day 19

I’m scratching my head trying to have some more lyrics for our opening song in The Colorado Girl Musical. It’s wide open but needs to be focused on our themes of twenty-somethings, Colorado outdoors, music, family and friends. I love the opening scene of Dad and me fishing the Snake River near the Continental Divide. I hope this doesn’t give away our secluded cutthroat trout fishing experience. It may, but there’s plenty of fish for everyone who loves the sport of fly-fishing. I cannot get enough of the outdoors; and apparently that is why they call me The Colorado Girl. As the ultimate tomboy, I fish until I meet my limit of trout. We only take home what our family and friends can eat that day. Our family cooks the trout in so many great recipes. My favorite is blackened over the grill; however stewing trout into a pasta mix is incredibly tasty. My friends marvel at how well fresh trout tastes that evening if well prepared. I’m driving to work with wet hair and singing/humming some of my favorite tunes. I’m calculating how the history of music and dance combine into a great artful production. I love the waltz as opening tune. Let’s rehearse and add to the tune:

Verse I solo (girl) (1…2…3)

We Love “The Outdoors, Colorado (lorado is 23), and Mother Nature.”

We cherish “The Water, The Mountains, and The Ski Slopes.”

We feel “The Energy, The Snow Squalls, and The Sun Setting.”

We want “White Powder, Clear Water, and Environment.”

Chorus (duet): (Need to maintain the waltz theme).

Join us for a “Life of Love, Happy Neighborhood, friends forever.”

Don’t Ever “Turn Your Back, On a Friend, or Someone in Need.”

Do The “Good Things in Life, Enjoy Your Friends, and Your Family.”

Allow “Colorado, Your True Love and The Mountain Skyscrapers to Embellish You!”

Verse II

I cannot wait, for the red sunrise, and beautiful glow.

The mountain shadows, the brilliant hue and the soft wind blows.

I want the clean air to stay, streams to flow and snow to fall.

We need more adventure, love of life and synergy.

Chorus

Chorus (duet): (Need to maintain the waltz theme).

Join us for a “Life of Love, Happy Neighborhood, friends forever.”

Don’t Ever “Turn Your Back, On a Friend, or Someone in Need.”

Do The “Good Things in Life, Enjoy Your Friends, and Your Family.”

Allow “Colorado, Your True Love and The Mountain Skyscrapers to Embellish You!”

Verse III

I have a Rocky Mountain, Colorado and simple upbringing.

I never want to leave, ever die or move away.

I need my family, close friendships and mountain snow.

We all in Summit, County, Colorado and never want to leave.

Chorus

Chorus (duet): (Need to maintain the waltz theme).

Join us for a “Life of Love, Happy Neighborhood, friends forever.”

Don’t Ever “Turn Your Back, On a Friend, or Someone in Need.”

Do The “Good Things in Life, Enjoy Your Friends, and Your Family.”

Allow “Colorado, Your True Love and The Mountain Skyscrapers to Embellish You!”

I’m humming the tune as I enter and write down the lyrics on my I Phone. There are customers standing in line because I’m 5 minutes late (not good). Boss is cool and I’m heading to the check-out cash register. We have an old cash only register and nearby a credit card instant transaction machine. I waltz and sing all the way to the check-out area. The customers love it. I apologize for being late, wet hair and maybe the clumsy waltz. The customers still are encouraged. I greet and get to know all of them. Boss wants me at the cash register and I know why. They all return and purchase more Colorado Girl attire. I love business and life!

The last girl checks out, begins crying and says we know each other. She’s an internet simple Colorado Girl advice social media contact who got dumped unexpectedly just prior to a wedding. I listen, show concern and simply state as I had in my return social media contact that in the long run the dump was for the better. She’s over the guy, the last-minute dump experience and difficulty of wedding present returns. She lives in New Mexico and has some heritage similar to myself (Cheyenne Indian and Hispanic). We agree to talk further and meet up after work. She’s on a mini vacation to enjoy the mountains and prepare for what she describes as a long single life. I mention to her that one of the guys in Downtown is available. I would introduce her with permission; however, I recommend just chilling on a relationship for some time. Her name is Mandy Cheres. I like her; and we’ll meet up for a brew after work. I need that also. I begin to waltz again. I think we’ll call this waltz, “Love Colorado.” It works!