Studio Shot A few weeks ago I hit a mental speed bump. I had no idea how to share with you what’s going on with Project Enye (ñ) that would be valuable or even interesting. With so much going on, I didn’t know what to choose or where to begin. Ever feel that way? Deciding to let the question percolate I went on with things trusting that I’d get the answer I needed.

I was at dinner with a good friend the other night sharing about Enye (ñ). After a few glasses of wine and I got a little teary eyed sharing about all the amazing stuff that’s been happening. She said “Denise, your only job is to keep talking.” I got the message loud and clear – keep my heart open and keep sharing!

Inspired by that comment I decided that my blog strategy would be simple. Share the journey. Pull back the curtain and write about what it’s like to be on the front lines of this thing. Share it all.

So in that spirit, yesterday, Henry and I had the pleasure of being interviewed by a prominent magazine in Denver. The writer asked such great questions and we had a blast doing it – I even sang in the interview. I wonder if she’ll print that! Even though it was below freezing when I began my walk home from the coffee shop where we’d met, (I could see my breath it was so cold), I walked on air the entire way home feeling so fortunate that I have this platform and that people are interested in writing about it.

One of my favorite things to do other than talking about Enye’s is talking to Enye’s especially on camera. Last Friday, we were in the studio with Fidel Paulino, a Dominican Enye (ñ) from Brooklyn who lives in Denver now. I loved talking to Fidel. He’s a musician, a historian and an Enye (ñ). I can’t wait for you to see our conversation. You’ll be seeing his story and a lot of other Enye (ñ) stories told in a whole new way, in the weeks to come so stay tuned.

I thrive hearing great stories about the “journey” – “The Alchemist” types of journeys that change your life even just a little after you hear them. Enye (ñ) has been one of those types of journeys and my experience making it is a juicy one. I hope in the coming weeks you will come along with me as I share it with you.


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