Debbie & granddaughter AlexI’m Debbie Vermillion.

It’s nice to meet you. Thank you so much for stopping by!

I was an old soul from the beginning, taught by the best of mothers to be helpful and kind; to see where the hole is in any situation and fill it. I took that role very seriously. When I look back at where I have been, through all stages of life and begin to realize that the hippie days, the radical phase, the rock ‘n roll craze, eventually led me right here – to my comfortable, I’m good with life age.

I was born and raised in Akron, Ohio. I met my Sailor Boy there in 1974, we married, and moved to Colorado. What an adventure! We have 2 children and one wild and crazy grandgirl. She keeps us young and hip! We live in double geodesic domes on 40 acres of prairie, where I am content to allow the peace and quiet inspire me.

I’ve taken many different jobs to help raise our children, including owning an interior plant business. When I could no longer lift heavy objects, I began teaching. I still dabble in the plant industry with a small greenhouse at home and a handful of businesses close by. My husband can attest to the fact that if there is a little light and a bit of room, a plant will soon appear.

For some years I became a professional patient – so many meds and too many surgeries. I have been blessed to be introduced to holistic medicine and find another way. It began with Reiki and Acupuncture.My health improved so much that I became a Reiki Practitioner in 2005. I specialize in end-of-life and helping people let go of this world.

I was guided to become clergy for my clients and their families. Soon, family and friends began to ask me to officiate their weddings, and with each passing I began to realize how full-circle it was that I could stand up for two becoming one.

Being able to make your vision of that day come to life has now fulfilled a dream of mine. I want to give you that day, whether it is in a park, your living room, by the pool, or your family church.

Debbie & Alex at the Stanley Hotel

All are welcome and accepted.

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