Colorful Colorado

I’m a Colorado native, and you’d be hard pressed to find someone more devoted to the state than I am. As a military brat and the only native in my family of origin, I know how lucky I am to have been born in the place I’d choose to spend every day I’m blessed with.

So I’m a little ashamed to admit that I always chuckled to see the sign at the borders of God’s little piece of heaven.

Because as far as I can tell, other than our impossibly blue sky, the whole state is pretty much brown and sage.

I never made a big deal about it, I just mentally put quotation marks around “colorful.”

Today, I have to take that all back.

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I get it now.

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No more quotation marks.

2014-07-26 12.20.16I promise.

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2 thoughts on “Colorful Colorado

  1. Admittedly, I have always had similar feelings about those signs, and their irony, primarily, because they are the least colorful representative of the state’s “colorful” appellation that they could possibly be.

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