Don't Judge a Book By Its Cover
Day 321, 155-166
As we started our walk, it was not looking too promising to see any sun. From that misty gray morning arose a beautiful sunrise. I just had to have a little patience and read the first few pages. Otherwise I would have missed out.
Not that any patience is required, but another book that should not be judged by her cover is Mrs. Dr. Sunshine. She is much more than just another pretty face. She has a brain that just won't quit! Yow! If you have not checked her out yet at www.horaioswellness.com, you are missing out. Once a month she presents a live in-person lecture, and today I had the pleasure of attending. She is such a spectacular communicator, with some great knowledge to share. If you are not in the CNY area, she does the same presentations live online. Nothing beats in-person, but she is a great presenter in all settings.
Today's talk was especially interesting, all about neurology and development of primitive reflexes. The bad news is many of the health problems people face as adults start as early as in utero! The good news? It is never too late to mitigate deficits in reflex development and possibly solve them completely. Being a "quick-fix ER/urgent care guy", the take-away action item is rhythm. Everything has a rhythm and we need to find it. If you want to know more (and you should), you'll have to talk to Mrs. Dr. Sunshine. She is much better at explaining it than I am.