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San Diego, thank you! Part 2 of 2

By Robyn Openshaw, MSW | Apr 14, 2011

Stacy emailed me a few days later that Sasha said to her, “Mommy, ya know me and the Green Smoothie Girl, how BOTH of us were wearing high heels? Yeahhhhh, I mean… she had boots on, but STILL– we both were wearing high heels!” Stacy wrote: “Sasha is all about the shoes. You got her with your green smoothies, and you’re keeping her going with fashion. WHATEVER IT TAKES!”

I’d had a little heart-to-heart with Sasha before the class about how her brother is watching what she does and he looks up to her as an example, so be the very best GSG you can be!

When I teach in your town, bring your little GSG to me and ask me to give her a pep talk and I’m ON IT!

A few came to the class who were there 2 years ago, last time I spoke in San Diego, and there were quite a few who are doing 12 Steps. I very much appreciate your support of the mission of GreenSmoothieGirl.com and for influencing your friends towards a way out of the American nutritional abyss.

Here’s a photo of me with darling Sasha. (The weird thing I’m doing with my hand, rather than hugging Sasha? I was making samples for the class when the camera came out, and I didn’t want green-smoothie goo to get on her shirt!)

Curtis, whom I used to date, brought his gorgeous new wife. A reader from Utah who says she can never get in to my classes here locally, came, as did someone who drove from Oregon. I’m honored and blessed than you come listen to my story. Here’s to many more opportunities to spread that message far and wide!

As usual, I heard exciting, inspiring stories after class about how whole-foods habits have changed people’s lives for the better. People who have lost 40 lbs. People who have ditched Lipitor. People who are no longer on insulin.

If you’re wondering, we are tabulating responses to the question, where should the HyperThrive Health and Superlongevity Tour go next. (Sometimes it’s just me, sometimes it’s me with “Avocado” D-Wolfe.) And we will take very seriously where the demand is, from readers. We will make every effort to get to the top response-getters!

I don’t have data yet, but I read a lot of Las Vegas, New York, Florida, Boise, California, North Carolina, and Utah.

So thanks for going to my Mar. 31 blog entry and commenting if you would attend a GSG / Avocado lecture in your city.

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4 thoughts on “San Diego, thank you! Part 2 of 2”

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Where is Sasha?

    1. Robyn Openshaw, MSW says:

      Diane, Chris posted the wrong photo…..stand by. (Wish I knew how to do it myself.)

  2. Anonymous says:

    I tried to order almonds on your site, but the link isn’t working. Are you still orchestrating a group buy? If not, would you send me a link so I can buy 100 pounds on my own.

    thank you so much 🙂

    Following your instructions to soak them, then dry them, I can finally eat them without digestive problems!


    1. Robyn Openshaw, MSW says:

      Sandi, I am so sorry–we are out until the group buy that will start Oct. 1!

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