This time of year is so much fun as we gear up for all the holidays in quick-succession. My boys especially love Halloween, and in all the great family-oriented neighborhoods Denver offers, it's a perfect place for children to celebrate.
Halloween can be fun for adults though, too, and especially in Denver. As the city grows, it's known more and more for all the fun activity of a big, metropolitan town. On Halloween, that includes drinks, concerts, and haunted houses. There are hundreds throughout the metro-area, but here are eight great stops right in the city.
If you're looking for less of a production and instead want to experience a real-life haunting, visit the lobby of the Oxford Hotel, try out the ghost tour in Morrison and Golden, or take a little trip down to Durango for the most haunted spot in the state.
I always think it's fun to find ways to celebrate each holiday. Do you like spooky things? What do you do for Halloween?
I would like to share about my dad, one of the most important figures in my life and the person that most inspired me to get involved in real estate.
My dad, Pierluigi, is a pediatrician in Italy, and has been very active in humanitarian organizations bringing in care for underserved African children.
This yea, Kelli and I helped him to reshape his website and make it more modern. Now you can find plenty of amazing pictures and memoirs of his adventures. We are still working on it but it is really coming along. Unfortunately, right now it is primarily in Italian. There isn't an English version yet, but maybe with Google Translate you will be able to read his stories.
He is now trying to raise funds for his next adventure, a traveling van that can go into the remotes part of Africa (and other parts of the world) to carry in basic medical needs. Stay tuned for more news, and I'll be sure to update you.
My father has always inspired me to help others and to find new way to bring medicine to less fortunate. I invite you to reflect on this and maybe be inspired from him, too. We can all help in our own ways, but there is always something good we can do for someone else, especially as we slowly make our way into the holiday season. Let's be encouraged to think of others this last part of 2018.
Good bye summer....
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