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... that you can download from their website, which also provides a summary of the findings from their own studies of the affects of Color Therapy. United Healthcare's website offers summaries of studies regarding the mental health benefits of coloring for overworked professionals and patients recovering from traumatic injuries and PTSD (I find it both sad and significant that those two groups of people are mentioned together).
So at the end of ...
... and BBQ lunch. 3 Jamaica-Mystic Topaz ring $32. Peat's Tours. Dave, Jim and I went to Dunn's Falls and inner tubing. DF was a joke...so many people holding hands to get up the falls. We got off the first chance. Tubing was gorgeous, but too quick. Peat's tour was awesome. Stopped for jerk chicken, bamby, festival, and sweet potato. All starchy. Chix was wonderful. Left at 10:30 and back on ship at 5. 4 At ...
... to me so I could get moving. In the train station a random man came up to me with a camera and said he was doing a photography project on travellers. He followed that with 'you look well travelled. Do you mind if I can have 15minutes of your time?'. I guess I did look like a bum in my Trakkies, boots, coat and beanie haha. Unlucky for him I had to get to my train. Probably lucky for me because I am really not photogenic and had no idea where the pictures would have been used ...
... stands at the Eastern end of National Mall, unfortunately it was covered in scaffolding - but I managed to get a decent photo of the reflection & nice blue sky even if I say so myself!!
The Korean War Memorial was VERY different than any other Memorial we have seen. It is very thought provoking to see the 19 stainless steel statues that represent a squad on patrol. 14 of the figures are from the ...
... coming off this way in YOUR OWN MEMOIRE, something is very,
very wrong). Which brings me to my next point and maybe the main
reason I'm back to blogging (aside from letting everyone know I'm alive
and having something to look back on fondly): I DO NOT want to be that
kind of development worker. The kind that won't shut up about people
helping themselves and leaves behind empty clinics and schools, or
worse, introduces the strain of ...