Denver, I have missed you.
What a great trip. It started out with the Misha May Foundation benefit on Thursday night and some familiar faces but many faces that I didn’t know – all eager to learn the basics of Animal Communication. We made some money for that organization.
Then, on to the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo……and that was great. I had a lecture each day and a book signing. Again, more and more familiar faces. People showed up that I had been to their house, to their barn; they had taken a class before – all showing up to learn more. It was all a great reminder of how much I loved my clients, their animals and the other practitioners I worked and played well with in Denver.
There was one day that I left the Horse Expo at around 3:00 to go to the Metaphysical Fair. The way the light was hitting the Rockies with the fresh snow is truly the most breathtaking view of those mountains I have ever seen.
The last night I was in town, I taught at the Shining Lotus and it benefited the Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital – an amazing operation that helps with surgeries for animals if the people can’t afford it as well as helping with spay and neuters for the shelters.
I had a couple of days of meeting client’s animals in person (that I have only communicated with on the phone up until now) as well as some new folks. I got to talk to a cat in a high rise and I also got to watch that particular Border Collie mix, Foster do laundry. He very proudly and smugly pulled things out of the dryer. I have a Border Collie mix that would love to learn something necessary like that! There may be some new training techniques in order. I couldn’t wait to get home for a variety of reasons, that being one of them.
The last day was a wonderful setting up in the Rockies, walking through sunny snow fields to get to the horses I was talking to and then on down to the familiar barn I’ve talked to so many horses at before – some new and old clients. I nearly drove off the road a million times just taking in the view on my way back down the mountain.
Along the way up the windy roads to Evergreen I remember picking out a little bundle that 8 years later is the most amazing dog I’ve ever known, my own Olivia.
I was reminded of how much I love the beauty there, the people and the lifestyle. It was so welcoming and is calling me back within the next 6 – 8 weeks – and I can’t wait to go back!! I also have great friends and wonderful memories of those friends.
One woman in the audience at the Horse Expo told me she met me at a book signing two years ago and that I’m not blogging enough – so here you go!!
Denver, I’ve missed you – but I’ll be back. Soon.
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