Editor’s Eye

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Holly Jorgensen
Editor In Chief

Biography

Holly grew up in Fairfax, VA, and after also living in the coastal areas of Myrtle Beach, SC and Savannah, GA, she realized the mountains were calling. She moved to Colorado 23 years ago and although she misses the beach at times, vacations help to satisfy that. Holly has owned multiple businesses in the last 36 years, mostly in the pet industry, but nothing has been as fulfilling as overseeing things at Colorado Serenity. Holly and husband/publisher Doug enjoy working, living and playing together. Reach Holly at holly@coloradoserenity.com

ARTICLES

Goodbye, My Friends…

The weird, weird thing about devastating loss is that life actually goes on. When you're faced with a tragedy, a loss so huge that you have no idea how you can live through it, somehow, the world keeps turning, the seconds keep ticking. —James Patterson, “Angel” I had...

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Neutrality

I’m curious why so many people in society seem to be addicted to drama, extremes, chaos and the fantastical? I'd like to blame the younger generations for this odd obsession with mania, but I happen to know many people my age as well as older generations who are...

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On Friendship

“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” —Jim Rohn I recently came upon this quote and it really resonated with me. I have felt, especially in recent years, that it was important to elevate the overall quality of people who are in our...

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It’s the Month of Love

My annual love column: Here’s a selection of quotes—funny, poignant and sweet—to honor the month of love. Before you marry a person, you should first make them use a computer with slow internet service to see who they really are.  —Will Ferrell Love: the...

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How’s 2024 So Far?

I don’t know if this is happening to many people outside my general circle of friends, but I know so many folks that have had a less-than-stellar start to their new year so far. This includes me, unfortunately, but nothing horrible has happened or anything. It has...

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Best Wishes for a Wonderful Holiday Season!

Christmas gift suggestions: To your enemy, forgiveness. To an opponent, tolerance. To a friend, your heart.  To a customer, service. To all, charity. To every child, a good example. To yourself, respect. To our advertisers, writers and readership: As we reflect...

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Tradition

It always seems cliché to write about things that are expected: seasonal and timely things. In summer, there are articles about vacation destinations or fun ways to expand outdoor living spaces. Halloween brings pieces on costume ideas and spooky party ideas....

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Living Minimalist

For those who don’t know, Doug and I (and daughter Carina several times) have been flying back to VA right after press each month to clean out my parents’ house and ready it for sale since their passing. This is my childhood home, so needless to say, it has been...

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Happy Fall!

“Autumn teaches us the beauty of letting go. Growth requires release—it’s what the trees do.” —ka’ala

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A Stone in Your Pocket

Well, after a long battle with dementia, my mother passed peacefully at home with hospice care last month. To those who know what this disease is like, what it robs you of, and the trail of devastation that families are left to deal with, both during and afterward,...

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