Monthly Archives: November 2019

Mesa Verde: Ancient History, Timeless Beauty

Walk where thousands of ancient people lived more than a millennium ago; entire villages sheltered in the cliffside alcoves of a steep canyon. Perhaps spot wild horses roaming in the woods, on an 8,500-foot mountaintop. Where would you think this might be? Turkey? Australia? Africa? No: Colorado. Read More...

Mesa Verde: Ancient History, Timeless Beauty2020-01-08T22:34:20+00:00

Patricia Walsh Chadwick: Little Sister, Big Success

“I wanted to write the stories of my childhood because in another 50 years there would be no eyewitnesses to the social experiment that was St. Benedict Center,” and so Patricia Walsh Chadwick began the journey of writing her memoir, Little Sister. Published this April by Post Hill Press, Patricia tells the remarkable, often heart rendering, story of growing up in a religious community that became increasingly draconian and isolated. And how, at 17 years old, her life took an unexpected turn that lead to success in the world of finance. Read More...

Patricia Walsh Chadwick: Little Sister, Big Success2019-12-29T17:53:32+00:00