Be Mine

A healthy dose of Colorado’s history circles around miners.  Some became quite wealthy and you can still visit their homes today (ie- the unsinkable Molly Brown.  Actually, she was never called Molly until the movie; she went by Maggie or Margaret.). You can also tour the Colorado School of Mines impressive gem and mineral collection for free (and I have).  So when I hear, BE MINE, I don’t think of the usual Valentine.  I went for a more literal interpretation.  Courtesy of those beautiful, rugged Rockies (filled with all kinds of “rocks”), I give you a gem of a valentine… And thank you Neil Young.  Can’t get that song out of my head. Cute presentation thanks to BRPBoxes!

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