I remember when I got a call from the counselor at the school. "I have a girl that would be a fantastic intern for you. Are you interested?" I didn't really want to do it right away. I had a string of "interns" who were unreliable and not very motivated. I was leery, but did it anyway.
Then... Kylla. One of the best things to ever happen to me. Not only has she been a tremendous help to me and my business over the last two years, but she has taught me so much. She's taught me so much about myself, how to teach, how to share, how to learn, and how to love.
And I do. I love this little firecracker. I can't wait to see what she does with the rest of her life now that she is moving on.
I love you, Kylla.