New You by kristin

August 31, 2012 at 2:15 pm 4 comments

I was in a local shop today and the proprietor asked me how things were going at Living Light. “Busy, Busy” I said, and she said “That’s good – keeps you off the streets.” eco lodgingNever truer than this weekend, which is not only the umpteenth annual Paul Bunyan Days celebration here in Fort Bragg, but is also a weekend where we welcome our new FUNdamentals students arriving today. I peek out of the office and see them filtering in from around the world. Always an interesting, eclectic group of intrepid travelers who seek the key to health through learning how to make gourmet raw vegan food. And the Drs. Dina are in town, teaching the Science of Raw Food Nutrition this weekend. Speaking of our labor day celebrations here, there are quite a few events, including an vintage dressesOld Fashioned Dress Review, an ugly dog contest,  horseshoe tournament, classic car exhibit and gem and mineral show, along with traditional Paul Bunyan style competitions. One of my favorite things is the Library Book Sale – you can get some great bargains there for winter reading! So the excitement is building in town today – what a fun weekend for arriving students – many of whom have saved for years to come here and learn from Living Light. It’s always interesting to watch their progress, or as we say, Living Light students becoming Living Light chefs. It’s quite a metamorphosis!metamorphosis


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Inside, Outside by mary elizabeth A Thousand Words by mary elizabeth

4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. maryelizabethslife  |  August 31, 2012 at 2:25 pm

    you and i are so good at keeping off the streets! let the games begin!

  • 2. kristin suratt (@queenkristina60)  |  August 31, 2012 at 2:31 pm

    That’s because we’re always at our desks, typing! LOL

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