I am grateful for Idaho Springs
This week...life in the city has been almost overwhelming. Between client meetings, events, gallery openings and quite frankly....all the drama in Denver right now...I am beyond grateful for the opportunity to escape the city I love so much and make my way to the mountains a few days a week.
I have had the opportunity to work with Pick Axe Pizza in Idaho Springs working in shop and on the marketing campaign (follow us on Instagram! @pickaxepizza ) as we gear up to move to the most historic building in Idaho Springs. Not only am I super grateful for the opportunity to work on such a cool project with an amazing group of people...I am grateful to have a home away from my hustling, bustling home in the Mile High City.
In Idaho Springs....I have found a community that treats each other like family. From the first day I started at Pick Axe, I was accepted with open arms by the community of Idaho Springs. The people I have met and the experiences we have had together seem like far more than coincidence....it feels like fate.
Although I have no idea what is in store for me in the long run...I know that I am grateful for every step of the way. I am grateful for every adventure throughout the mountains and for every venture with others that I have been a part of. This path is certainly the one for me.