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04-14-2005, 08:47 PM
I'm going here (http://www.organicgardencafe.com/restaurant/) this weekend, anyone been? Anyone been anywhere else of Raw-Note?
04-14-2005, 09:32 PM
where are you going?
04-14-2005, 11:29 PM
Click "here"... it's a link. Hidden, but a link. :)
04-14-2005, 11:31 PM
nope ,sorry never been "there" lol!
04-15-2005, 12:51 AM
Well, are there any cool rawfood stores/shops/cafes by you you've gone to?
04-15-2005, 12:54 AM
sorry :::::really needs to go to boston::::: -maybe my pale skin will blend in better than in texas,lol!
04-15-2005, 12:56 AM
I tell you, I got hit on more in TX ... heh, I think they're just not used to a redhead down there. Up here? .....I'm old news. ;P
You really should make a trek up here, I'd love to get together.
That cafe is in Beverly, MA (30min outside Boston). Where in TX are ya?
04-15-2005, 01:08 AM
a teeny town an hour from houston ,coldsprings-its horrible (I moved from houston 5 years ago) I hate it!-But I am moving soon for college (THANK GOD!) dont know where yet -but I am thinking either San antonio ,pennslyvania ,Ohio......or anywere else really depends on the college I get accepted to ,but Im thinking Ohio ,the dayton area
I once wanted to go to William and mary in Williamsburg VA ,but its a law school ,i had a plan to be a street colonial "period" actor /lawyer,lol but now want to be a nurse
but I tell ya I would consider Boston ~Ive heard about the cobble streets !
ps ~yes ,redheads are in short supply here~envious~ I could have been a red head easily if not for my moms italian gene!!!!:(
04-15-2005, 01:12 AM
Funny, my mom's Italian too! Guess I "lucked" out (though, growing up? HATED IT)
What year are you? You have TONS of time, I'd pick a school that's well rounded in the liberal arts (W&M is great, actually... BC, BU, Univ. of MD, NYU...all good) and then narrow down. Odds are, they'll have a good bio programme and from there you can nurse or even doctor!
04-15-2005, 01:27 AM
because of the former health problems I had -I missed A TON of high school and home schooled through the end (actually self taught,w/ tutor's help) UNFORTUNATLEY ,you have to have "proof" of an education which ment G.E.D. ,so I earned that EASY .....I am now enrolled in a sat course april through may and hopefully will breeze through that!-if I play my cards right accepted this fall or winter ,most colleges will accept GED 'S nowadays
I took a health and safety class at communtiy college and a cont. education level 2 russian class at RICE .......
I have been torn between going the full 8 years and becoming a doctor or just 4 and a nurse (still dont know)........but doctors have ALOT of beuraucrocy to deal with ....nurses dont have AS MUCH.....but Im stll debating!
04-15-2005, 04:22 AM
Fairy if you move to PA hear something for you (http://www.fairiefestival.net/ ) Ok it doesn't have anything to do with raw food but it is held at an organic farm.
04-15-2005, 06:27 AM
VeganVixen, There are a lot of schools out there that really want homeschoolers in their programs...I would not let that discourage you! The kids in our homeschool co-op that have graduated over the past several years have all been accepted to very good schools. I think you can definitely use it to your advantage :D
Kate, That restaurant looks super yummy! Let us know how it is. The closest raw restaurant I have is 5 hours away in Chicago. Boo hoo.
04-15-2005, 07:10 AM
I'm SO excited to go, I'm gonna stock up and buy a bunch of things while I'm there. :)
Also, Vegan, nurses have just as much crap to deal with - maybe more! - as doctors. They get the brunt end of the stick because they're not full doctors: less respect and TONS of work. I'd aim for the doctor thing and, ya know, if it doesn't happen you have a fall back. :)
04-15-2005, 11:53 AM
hhhhhmmm, alot to think about ..............
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