We’re back from the Pacific Northwest! Part 2 of 2
Nona Springer send me this photo from my Portland lecture, with some of the many friends she brought with her, and she wrote this:
I went to Robyn’s last lecture in Portland and loved it. I talked about 20 friends into coming to this one and they all loved it too. Not everyone made it into the photo, but it was great fun to have Robyn stand in with us and be part of our excitement.
I have been green-smoothie-ing with my family for over a year and a half now. We have never been healthier, and we made it through the year without a cold or the flu! I changed my diet and with daily exercise was able to get off all diabetic and cholesterol medication!
My smoothies are the talk of The LDS Oregon Eugene Mission, and when we get new missionaries in town they come to my house to experience the phenomenon. My last two children live at home and their college-age friends all come over and ask for green smoothies. If I’m not home they look in my fridge to see if there’s a pitcher made up they can raid. Wonderful!
Thank you for what you are doing. I have been a promoter and demonstrator for the cause for at least a year and a half. I have convinced many members of my gym to buy high-speed blenders and to make green smoothies. I have some wonderful stories to share. God bless you!
Back row, left to right: Judi Lambert, Marian Scadden, Robyn Openshaw, Roselle Mattern, Lynda Spencer, Annette Hurst
Front row, left to right: Laura Dotson, Nona Springer, Laurel Woodworth, Nancy Rivers
All from Dallas, Oregon (except for Robyn, but we can claim her as an honorary citizen, right?)
Thank you Nona, for being an inspiration to so many people, and for giving me honorary citizenship, I accept! XOXO,