When she first heard the news of the Colorado State University shooting, Jennifer Stirling thought she would be fine.
She was a social media sensation who was born and raised in Boulder.
Stirling was born in Los Angeles and grew up in San Diego.
She loves food, especially hamburgers, and said her friends had been sharing photos of themselves on Instagram with the hashtag #HappyBoulder.
She is not a huge fan of social media, and it was easy to get lost in her love of food.
She said she had a hard time understanding the outrage over the Colorado massacre, which took the lives of five people and injured 13 others.
“I was in a lot of different places,” she said.
“People were telling me, ‘This is not right.’
I’m thinking, ‘I can’t believe this happened here.
This is not something that happens in my town.
This could have happened anywhere.'”
She said the response was so overwhelming that she decided to go on Facebook to share her story.
The first photo she posted was a picture of a sign in the backyard that said, “Welcome to Boulder.
We’re a family.
We love you.”
The sign was a tribute to her grandmother, who had lived in Boulder all her life and taught her about the area.
Jennifer Stirl, of Boulder, is among the people mourning the loss of her beloved grandmother, Gail Stirling.
The Boulder, Colo., native said her grandmother was an inspiration to all of her friends.
“She was always trying to be the best and the most supportive person she could be, even if it was hard sometimes,” Stirling said.
She added that the people of Colorado have always been great to her.
“They’ve been so supportive, and they’ve been the people that were always there to help me out.”
Stirling is a lifelong Boulderite, and she and her family have lived in the city for 15 years.
She has friends from across the country and her father and mother are both from Colorado.
She grew up surrounded by the arts and food, and now she has to navigate the world through social media.
Stirl said she thinks it’s important for people to remember that there is no such thing as a safe city, but she also said she is glad to see people embracing the diverse city.
“We’re here because we’re a place where you can do whatever you want,” she explained.
“So people are doing the right thing and they’re being the people they need to be.”