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1 week ago
Kyle Dyer

On this National Love Your Pet Day, I am expressing my enormous amount of love for my favorite pet ever... and also passing on the news, that sweet Annie left us a few days ago.

Annie was my best friend, my right hand girl, my go-to when I needed someone to talk to, and yes, she was an exceptional listener.

This past week was very difficult for our family but the joy she gave us over the last 12 years has our hearts so very full.

RIP loving and loyal Annie ❤️🐾❤️
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On this National Love Your Pet Day, I am expressing my enormous amount of love for my favorite pet ever... and also passing on the news, that sweet Annie left us a few days ago. 

Annie was my best friend, my right hand girl, my go-to when I needed someone to talk to, and yes, she was an exceptional listener.

This past week was very difficult for our family but the joy she gave us over the last 12 years has our hearts so very full.  

RIP loving and loyal Annie ❤️🐾❤️

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So sorry for your loss.

So much love sent your way. 😢

I’m sorry for your loss. Long may Annie run!

Sorry to hear of your Annie’s passing.🥲 Their love shared is immeasurable in our lives. Be thankful for the memories forever in our hearts. Love n’ hugs Kyle & family. 💕🌷💕

I’m so sorry for your loss, Kyle. Our 4 legged family members are so important in our lives. Annie sounded like a lovely girl. 🤗♥️

Very sorry to hear of Annie’s passing. There is no good time to lose your BF. Sending love to you & your family during this difficult time. 🌈 🐾💔 R.I.P. Annie

So sorry. Dogs have a special place in our hearts. RIP.

I am so sad for you and your family. We lost 2 of our 3 in the last couple of years and the pain is so intense. I hope you can find it in your heart to one day give love to another creature. We just adopted a 10 year old girl.

So so sorry Kyle. She was such a good girl.

Kyle, so sorry to hear that. Losing a dear pet is so terribly hard. Sadly, we lost our sweet little girl KitKat in December. She was 15 and our hearts still ache. God bless you!

I understand. When a dog listens to all your secrets and problems, they never tell anyone..They just lay their head in your lap and love you.

So very sorry for your loss. They take a piece of our hearts with them.

So sorry for your loss...she was a beautiful girl...❤️

I’m sorry Kyle, that’s so hard. Praying for comfort in the coming days.

So sorry to hear 🥺! Hugs 🤗

Kyle, I am so sorry you have lost your buddy. Prayers for comfort and healing for you and your family. 🙏🙏🙏

I'm so sorry for your loss. I lost my best friend 6 yes ago. I still miss him. I know how hard this is. 💔

I'm so sorry to hear about your beloved Annie...until you meet again. #alldogsgotoheaven

My friend and companion Lulu looks just like Annie. I'm so sorry for your loss. Remember, All goes go to heaven!🐕❤

Oh Kyle. I am so very sorry for your loss. May their memory be a blessing.

So sorry for your loss!! Our fur babies are our family and best friends. She definitely is a beautiful girl.

So sorry for your loss... Losing a pet is so hard. Just remember how much she loved your unconditional love and how much unconditional love she gave you guys. 💜🐾

I am so sorry. I know what a special part of your family she was. ❤️

So sorry! One of the hardest things in life is losing our fur babies.

Oh Kyle, I am so very sorry. She was a beloved family member and I know how excruciating goodbyes are. xoxo

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1 week ago
Kyle Dyer

Now that Lent has arrived, Mother Cabrini Shrine is the perfect place to get away for a few hours, reflect, get some fresh air and find some peace. Last year, the Shrine had to be closed for much of Lent (including Holy Week & Easter) because of strict COVID-19 restrictions.
Now, #MotherCabriniShrine is open every day. It is easy to social distance with the Shrine being so large with many paths and gardens to check out.. and you can always climb the 373 steps to the top of the Shrine that offers so many magnificent views which are captured so beautifully in my team's latest story for the Shrine.
The statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus on that tallest hillside is the inspiration for Mother Cabrini Shrine's brand new Captial Campaign. The Shrine is raising $4.5 million to update and renovate the main building: the chapel, the retreat spaces and the gift shop. This updates will allow for the Shrine to welcome more people for years to come.
In 1910, Mother Cabrini bought this land on the east slope of Lookout Mountain in Golden and created a summer camp for orphaned girls in Denver. She was also an advocate and supporter of immigrants and anyone who struggled.
This Heart of Jesus Capital Campaign celebrates the great legacy of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini here in Colorado.
mothercabrinishrine.org/capital-campaign
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Kyle Dyer

We love the Shrine! We started going there while we were in RCIA in 2000 and 2001,and have done several retreats there since. Beautiful place!

One of my favorite places to go!❤

2 weeks ago
Kyle Dyer

Compared to this time last year, Metro Caring is seeing FOUR TIMES the amount of people coming to them in need of free nutritious food. The number of clients they would serve in a month, pre-COVID, is now the number of clients served EACH WEEK!
Metro Caring is Denver's frontline anti-hunger organization. It is normally set up as a grocery store filled with fresh produce, dairy, meat, pasta, soups and other items. But because of COVID-19, staff and volunteers prepare boxes and bags of food for clients to pick up or have delivered to them. Metro Caring is doing an exceptional job at serving those who need help during this challenging time, thanks to the continued support from our community.
Metro Caring welcomes volunteers for various jobs every day and puts donations right into boxes of food for the growing number of families and individuals in our city who are hungry.
My daughter and I spent her last two days off from school working in the warehouse. It was time very well spent.
We ❤️Metro Caring!
www.metrocaring.org
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Compared to this time last year, Metro Caring is seeing FOUR TIMES the amount of people coming to them in need of free nutritious food. The number of clients they would serve in a month, pre-COVID, is now the number of clients served EACH WEEK!
Metro Caring is Denvers frontline anti-hunger organization. It is normally set up as a grocery store filled with fresh produce, dairy, meat, pasta, soups and other items. But because of COVID-19, staff and volunteers prepare boxes and bags of food for clients to pick up or have delivered to them. Metro Caring is doing an exceptional job at serving those who need help during this challenging time, thanks to the continued support from our community. 
Metro Caring welcomes volunteers for various jobs every day and puts donations right into boxes of food for the growing number of families and individuals in our city who are hungry. 
My daughter and I spent her last two days off from school working in the warehouse. It was time very well spent. 
We ❤️Metro Caring! 
 https://www.metrocaring.org

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You are both amazing women.

3 weeks ago
Kyle Dyer

Happy Birthday to Harrisa, a recent graduate of Women's Bean Project! And, happy birthday to her granddaughter! She shares her birthday with her granddaughter.. who was born on February 7th, the year Harrisa got out of prison.
"When I got out and held my grand baby, she just changed my whole world around. I knew that was my second chance. I knew that I was ready."

Harrisa started working and also graduated from #WomensBeanProject during the pandemic. During her 8 months working at The Bean, she emerged as an encouraging leader who was always ready to listen and help her colleagues. She says the experience really changed her thinking of her skills, boosted her self-confidence and helped her define her purpose. Working at Women's Bean Project also impacted how she relates to other people.

Now, Harrisa plans to open her own house cleaning businesses and she wants to take the support she has received...and return it to other women getting out of prison & hire them.

"Inmates don’t have much of a chance when they get out because of their criminal history. Being an ex-inmate myself, I understand. At Women’s Bean Project, they don’t judge you, they give you a place to stand and they let you go. It is up to you to make something out of it for yourself."

Harrisa admits to being overwhelmed upon graduation. She didn't think it would happen because of the challenges of COVID... but "I DID IT!," she says.... and best of all .. she says,
"my family was so proud of me."
Go take on the world, Harrisa.. you're certainly on your way & enjoy your Birthday with your adorable granddaughter!!
www.womensbeanproject.com
#realwork #realfood #realpurpose
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Happy Birthday to Harrisa, a recent graduate of Womens Bean Project! And, happy birthday to her granddaughter! She shares her birthday with her granddaughter.. who was born on February 7th, the year Harrisa got out of prison. 
When I got out and held my grand baby, she just changed my whole world around. I knew that was my second chance. I knew that I was ready. 

Harrisa started working and also graduated from  #WomensBeanProject during the pandemic. During her 8 months working at The Bean, she emerged as an encouraging leader who was always ready to listen and help her colleagues. She says the experience really changed her thinking of her skills, boosted her  self-confidence and helped her define her purpose. Working at Womens Bean Project also impacted how she relates to other people. 

Now, Harrisa plans to open her own house cleaning businesses and she wants to take the support she has received...and return it to other women getting out of prison & hire them. 

Inmates don’t have much of a chance when they get out because of their criminal history. Being an ex-inmate myself, I understand. At Women’s Bean Project, they don’t judge you, they give you a place to stand and they let you go. It is up to you to make something out of it for yourself.

Harrisa admits to being overwhelmed upon graduation. She didnt think it would happen because of the challenges of COVID... but I DID IT!, she says.... and best of all .. she says, 
my family was so proud of me. 
Go take on the world, Harrisa.. youre certainly on your way & enjoy your Birthday with your adorable granddaughter!!
https://www.womensbeanproject.com
#realwork #realfood #realpurpose

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Happy Birthday💓

Happy 🎂🎉 Birthday

🎂🎉🎂🎉🎈🎈🍕Love everything about Women’s Bean project.

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4 weeks ago
Kyle Dyer

Wishing everyone a fantastic first week of February, especially my friends at CAI - Rocky Mountain Chapter who I connected with last week for their virtual speaker series. CAI supports HOAs, residents, HOA community association managers, HOA board members and the business partners that service HOAs.

People see those letters & think they know what HOAs are all about, the purpose of the association managers, etc... but do they really?! I encouraged the hundred people on this call to share their stories, why they do what they do, why they care about having communities thrive, etc.. and then, deeply listen to the stories and perspectives of those they work with as a way to connect more deeply with one another in a very demanding industry.

One participant shared with me:
"My 'why' is to protect homeowners from themselves, bad boards and bad vendors. To provide them with the knowledge and support to protect their largest asset.... Your words gave me something to hang on to. I wrote down on a sticky note to “Remember YOUR why” and I will leave it on my desk for the days when I just “can’t even”.

We all have stories that make us who we are, stories that matter, stories that need to be heard. When we listen and learn from one another.. we have SO much to gain!
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Wishing everyone a fantastic first week of February, especially my friends at CAI - Rocky Mountain Chapter who I connected with last week for their virtual speaker series. CAI supports HOAs, residents, HOA community association managers, HOA board members and the business partners that service HOAs. 

People see those letters & think they know what HOAs are all about, the purpose of the association managers, etc... but do they really?! I encouraged the hundred people on this call to share their stories, why they do what they do, why they care about having communities thrive, etc.. and then, deeply listen to the stories and perspectives of those they work with as a way to connect more deeply with one another in a very demanding industry. 

One participant shared with me: 
My why is to protect homeowners from themselves, bad boards and bad vendors. To provide them with the knowledge and support to protect their largest asset.... Your words gave me something to hang on to. I wrote down on a sticky note to “Remember YOUR why” and I will leave it on my desk for the days when I just “can’t even”.

We all have stories that make us who we are, stories that matter, stories that need to be heard. When we listen and learn from one another.. we have SO much to gain!
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“You make people comfortable in telling their stories and YOU have the way of making them pop for the reader. They come alive; readers feel the joy and pain. You have ability for straight-forward factual presentation. Your stories are ours, and the impact with which you share brings the community into action.”
Lynne Butler

CEO and President, Metro Caring