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Welcome to the home of Melissa Moore Media & Moore 4 Love blog. I'm so flipping' excited that you're here!  My hope is that this blog will make you laugh, think and realize that we're in this together.  xxoo Melissa



Melissa Moore

I'm an outspoken 50ish single mom living in Denver who also hosts a local radio show every day on Denver's #1 radio station.  Radio is in my blood- I grew up in the business and hosted shows in Minneapolis, Nashville (syndicated), Orlando and Muncie, IN.

The only thing I've done longer than radio is write.  Writing gives me freedom and allows me to connect to our crazy life.  

My daughter is my heart and my love. She is funny, smart, kind and on the autism spectrum.  She has taught me what is important and real about life.

At 50 I met the love of my life, am now engaged and will 'someday' get married.  No rush knowing I finally got it right.

Like so many of us- I've survived a lot in my life.  I often draw on my experiences of abuse, addiction, divorce, cancer and not just surviving but thriving and growing.

Outside of my family and friends I have mad love for coffee, HGTV, cooking, my English Bulldog Cisco, my rescue dog Dash along with our cat Toothless.  Plus, all things Colorado!  

I believe love is love, God is bigger than we allow Him to be and that he's got a wicked sense of humor.  I believe in love.  

Love always wins. xxoo



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