Well it seems that I was just recently leaving Nepal with 22.9 kg worth of scarves, but I am ready to head out ahead of the rest of our team. Interestingly–a brief detour about the 22.9 kg of scarves–the Institute of IMT in Bloomfield has just moved to a new location, and just before my departure, I happened to find some of our Connecticut therapists unloading a truckload of pillowcases. It seems these were extra pillowcases, so I figured I’d bring them with us and find something to do with them…it’s not as if there are no pillowcases in Nepal, but I kind of liked the bookended experience this offered. Observe a visual aid:
I Also I have to revise my claim that the new Canon t2i camera would take its next pictures in Nepal. Before I left Connecticut I got to spend a lovely afternoon with Sharon Weiselfish-Giammatteo, the founder and developer of Integrative Manual Therapy, and her husband Tom, also a pioneer and force of innovation in our field. They offered their best wishes for our efforts and we used the camera to take this picture.
The camera has performed top-rate…it seems the people could have used a little bit of discussion about what direction to look in. But my favorite thing is that Sharon and I are wearing matching outfits, so I think that when I get back we should start a girl-pop band.
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