Micki Holley

Micki Holley

Micki is an ordained minister, animal enthusiast, professional dog handler, part-time teacher, avid hockey fan, writer, crafter, garden enthusiast and single parent. Micki also is an avid enthusiast of both the Summer and Winter Olympics. Micki has been an ordained independent minister since 2009 and performs various religious ceremonies. She has been an animal enthusiast since a young child with the help of her parents who have a hobby dog kennel, at the age of 16 she took her first professional handling job and handled her first dog to its championship within the first six months of handling. Micki has TESOL certification and teaching certification for the state of MO where she enjoys working with high school students. The St. Louis Blues are her favorite hockey team and she is active, either through monetary donations or the donating of her time, in the charities that the organization supports. She has a blog where she posts past writings and fictional works that she is currently working on. Micki enjoys gardening and searching out new and improved gardening methods that include organic gardening and container gardening.
Micki was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in 2006 and has since been dedicated to finding natural alternatives to conventional medical treatments and is currently medication free. She is also dedicated to helping those with cancer, in particular breast cancer, in finding natural alternatives to aid in the successful remission of the cancer. Her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010 and through limited radiation and chemotherapy as well as lifestyle changes, is now in remission. Micki is also always searching out new holistic methods for other ailments and natural cleaning solutions for the home.
Aside from being a part-time teacher, Micki is engrossed in learning about homeschooling and online schooling for elementary education.
Micki enjoys making new crafts with her daughter, creating floral centerpieces & garden stones.
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A.A.S. Computer Networking, A.A.S. Web Development, B.S. Information Technology, Honorary Ph.D. in Theology, TESOL certification, independent clergy certification


I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.



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  • St. Louis Blues Support the Memory of Mandi Schwartz
    The St Louis Blues have a bond among them that refuses to let their teammate go on a journey down memory lane alone. Jaden Schwartz's sister, Mandi, lost her battle with leukemia but the Blues are helping to honor her and her family.
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    The St. Louis Blues have ten players heading to the Olympic Games in Sochi this February. Of the ten, only three have Olympic experience. How will each of these players fair during the pressure and rigors of Olympic play?
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  • St Louis Blues' T.J. Oshie Named to Team USA
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    St. Louis Blues' captain David Backes has stepped into the role of team leader while improving his own playing level. His commitment to his team and community has made him an esteemed member of the Blues.
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    Although not necessarily deemed a superstar, Vladimir Sobotka has the magic necessary to be called elite. His style of play, work ethic and respectfulness of the game have made him a productive player and a fan favorite.
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    The necessity of life plans when entering adulthood are essential. However, having a life plan that is not flexible can lead to stress and unhappiness. As a person's life changes, their goals and plans should also be able to change.

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