Reggie Bibbs was invited by the students at Incarnate Word Academy to speak at their Listen n’ Lead Speaker Series on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015. The event was organized by student, Nadia Herrada, under the supervision of Charles Kafoglis, Dir. of Character and Leadership Development. It was the first time Reggie has ever spoken at a j=high school before and I got to tell you, we have never felt so welcome at any event before. Thank you Incarnate Word Academy including Kathryn and May for a wonderful experience! PHOTOS
Hi, everyone, this is Reggie. Lou and I went to Traders Village this Sunday with 50 other Houston Art Cars to participate in a special Art Car Show for Traders Village shoppers.
Lots of people there. Ten years ago, I don’t think I could have did what I did today. It was amazing. People coming over to just ask about neurofibromatosis. And other friends coming over to say hello. And saying words like, “They are happy to meet me.” No, It is a pleasure to me, to know someone that is so nice to me. I’m the blessed to have friends, and people who I just met to encourage me by their kindness. That is how I do what I do. Because of all you who see me.
THE JUST ASK FOUNDATION IS PROUD TO PRESENT THE REGGIE BIBBS NF HERO AWARD
John M. Slopis, M.D.
In recognition of his selfless dedication, unwavering support and unconditional love he provides those with neurofibromatosis. With his caring and guiding hand, Dr. Slopis has given hope, comfort and treatment to thousands of patients challenged by NF through his inexhaustible knowledge of and experience with this little know disorder.
God bless you, Dr. Slopis. You are not only our Hero, you are our Guardian Angel!
This 12th Day of September 2015
Reggie W. Bibbs – Founder, Just Ask Foundation
Vincent Riccardi – Medical Advisor, Just Ask Foundation
Lou Congelio – Executive Director, Just Ask Foundation
Was out of town for a week so took Reggie Bibbs and his nephew, Kory, who also has NF, to our favorite restaurant in Houston, Saltgrass Steakhouse in Meyerland Plaza. Brooke, our wonderful waitress was charming, super attentive and perfect in every way. Thank you, Saltgrass, for always going above and beyond for all of your diners! We’ll be back!!!
We just received our new shipment of Just Ask Shirts!!! Thank you all for being so patient!!! All pending orders have been shipped today and now we have plenty of Just Ask shirts available in all Women’s, Men’s and Youth sizes. Click here to order yours!!!
Proceeds from the sale of Just Ask Shirts benefit the Just Ask World Tour – A national mobile public awareness campaign sponsored by the Just Ask Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
To all our friends in Houston, Texas, if you are having air conditioning problems, do not hesitate to trust your car to Alamo Auto Air at 8537 Longpoint in Houston, Tx. 77055
Phone: 713-464-6663. Just tell them Lou at Just Ask sent you and you will be treated like royalty. Fred and Aggie are beautiful people! Other air conditioning companies wouldn’t even touch our bus! Alamo not only took us in but fixed our vintage bus perfectly! I don’t think there is another AC shop in town who could have done a better job….then they cut the price to help us out!!! Please consider using these guys should you ever need AC service for your vehicle! Thank!
Only $315 to go! I honestly don’t want to cut my beard but if it raises money and attention for Neurofibromatosis awareness, I’m all for it….for the right price, that is! $500 is all it will take to see my face bare-ass naked! Five people have already ponied up. How about the rest of you? For an additional $1,000, I will shave my head. That is definitely something I do not want to do! Go to http://www.gofundme.com/justaskworldtour to make a difference!
Thank you, Kathryn Tyler and Poison Girl for hosting our first ever Just Ask Fundraiser! Thank you to everyone who showed up and those who chose to donate via our gofundme account instead. A Grand Total of $1,500 was raised which will cover most of the expenses of our next world tour stop as soon as Reggie is up for the travel.
Thank you, again, everyone for a great afternoon at Poison Girl and a great opportunity to raise awareness of Neurofibromatosis to a new audience!