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It was quite the exciting day when Rocky Mountain PBS producer Lisa Olken and her exceptional crew arrived at my home to film my love of aprons as a segment in VINTAGE COLORADO.  It was a wonderful visit – chatting on end about the aprons in my collection and the women who once tied them on. The hours of our conversation have been edited into a fabulous video, which I’m so excited to share!

“Aprons” is one piece of VINTAGE COLORADO. Here is the link to the entire series: , which includes collectors of dolls, trailers, electronics, jewelry and salvage redo.

RMPBS is in the running to receive a prestigious Denver People’s Choice Award. Voting for the award is open to everyone everywhere and takes but seconds.  Just click Rocky Mountain PBS, KUVO, KUNC/KUJZ Join Forces for Culture and scroll to the bottom to cast. Thank you for taking the time to support this collaboration.

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And much hugs and love to Lisa and crew for letting me share my passion for Aprons, which don’t hold us back, they take us back.



    1. Once a week, I wash and roll that big ol’ head of hair onto curlers and pop on one of those plastic bonnets with the tube from bonnet to dryer. 1 1/2 hours later, the “waterfall.” That’s day 1. If you saw me any other day, my hair is in a ponytail, often perking on top of my head. Very Flintstone. So, thank you for the compliment and if we ever cross paths, you’ll know the day by the hair!

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