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... the children were asked to introduce themselves and their grandparent(s). There were 20 children and 21 grandparents. Introductions were fairly brief, and the children did a good job. We realized that there was one girl, Hazel, and her grandmother, who had been on our Road Scholar program last year in Dunsmuir CA; it was nice to see them again. The program was listed as being for children from ages 7 to 11. Most of the children were 8-10; Lily had just turned 8 on July ...
... about the characters, a recreation of the office where he drew them and little videos to watch. It was quirky and fun and something you wouldn't see anywhere else. By the time I'd finished looking around it was time to get back to the hotel and register for the conference. Conference started at 5pm and Dr John Mcdougall introduced it - presenting some very recent research news confirming the benefits of wholefoods plant based eating & other relevant ...
... Schultz Museum. Although born in Minnesota, Schultz spent his adult life in Santa Rosa. As the woman taking tickets said, "you can laugh in this museum" and we did. The wisdom and humor of Charlie Brown and Snoopy are timeless.
Dinner that evening was at Toad in the Hole, an English style pub also located in the Railroad District.
I haven't fallen of the face of the earth but there have been some earth shaking moment...oops, shouldn't say that in California should I! What I mean to say is we've had some really motivational and enlightening sessions.
You really need to meet Dr. McDougall to experience his passion for good health and medical care and information that helps the patient to find a better path to wellness.
... I'm am thankful I'll be able to keep my dignity by not renting a Prius. I just pray that our Kia Rio is a hatchback, I wouldn't call myself high maintenance, but the thought of us trying to sleeping in a small ass car, suffocating in a pile of our daily meal of ramen and Idahoans, makes me cringe. That is all for now, until we closer to our big excursion. Hopefully these blog things will get more interesting when were actually on this ...