• Mile High Drop In—Mile High Magic Mikelle Style

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    I love a good surprise. Not of the “psycho rips through the shower curtain with a knife” variety. No, no, that’s not my style. My favorite surprises hinge on unanticipated happiness. Catching someone at just the right moment and seeing their face transformed with the excitement of experiencing something unexpected and utterly delightful. Yeah, I […]

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  • Persistence is the Wild Protection of a Dream.

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    Years ago my, then, teenage son, Kasey, gave me a small picture he had picked up at an office supply company as a Christmas gift. The simple black frame contained a darkened background highlighting a small worn nub of a yellow #2 pencil. Its point was carved with a pen knife, the pink erase work […]

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  • How to Hold Your Balance in Chaos

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    Balance.  It seems like we are constantly search to find our life balance in these turbulent, often violent and a chaotic times. In my last blog, I wrote power is found in both the lead and follow of life and dance. Power also comes from balance. As we overload our lives with distraction, to-do lists […]

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  • Friends who Become Family

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    Two guys. One a barista, the other the boyfriend of my daughter, Mikelle’s roommate Lauren Lawton. Who says men don’t care? I say, men do care? They just show it differently than women. Ian, then a barista, now a business man decided to take a risk to become friends with a fiery young woman in […]

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