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Just Ask Bus at Bayou Graphix for Cosmetic Surgery

imageWe needed to update the information on the back of the bus to give fellow travelers on the road an opportunity to contact us via Twitter. The new wrap will cover the entire rear section of the bus surrounding the back door. Can’t wait to get the bus back! If you ever need to wrap a company car or truck, I heartily recommend Bayou Graphix in Northwest Houston! They have treated us like their most important client which, of course, we are not but it is much appreciated!

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Just Ask World Tour to Make Stop at CTF NF Forum in Scottsdale, AR!

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Reggie Bibbs and I are excited to kick-off the Just Ask World Tour at the CTF NF Forum in Scottsdale, April 17! Come join us we finally get to meet all the great CTF people in Arizona!

April 17-19, 2015: Scottsdale, AZ
The Children’s Tumor Foundation’s NF Forum is a national patient and family gathering hosted annually in different cities across the United States. The NF Forum allows those living with NF, and their families, to connect, support, and learn from each other while attending seminars on relevant topics pertaining to neurofibromatosis. The 2015 NF Forum features: NF clinical and research updates, sessions on the personal and social challenges of living with NF, interactive Q & A sessions with NF specialists, fun activities, meals, social time with friends and family, and much more!

The Children’s Tumor Foundation, mindful of the high cost of transportation and family expenses, has underwritten a significant portion of the registration in order to keep the registration costs as low as possible.

FEES
Adult (Age 21+) $99 (USD)
Youth (Ages 17-20) $75 (USD)
Child (Ages 0-16) $50 for first child ($20 for each sibling)
Sat. Dinner Guest for non-registered attendees $100 (USD)
On-Site Registration: April 17-18, 2015 $150 (USD)
If you have any questions, concerns or need further assistance please email Traceann Rose at [email protected]

http://www.ctf.org/NF-Forum/NF-Forum-2013

 

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Just Ask Goes to Church

The Just Ask team had a great day at Second Baptist Church. We met a lot of people in Reggie W. Bibbs bible study group but were very impressed by how friendly everybody was. I felt like we were in the middle of a Reggie Bibbs Fan Club convention. We couldn’t take two steps without someone coming up and saying hi. But we were blown away when Dr. Young recognized Reggie from the pulpit and proceeded to tell the congregation that Reggie was his hero for everything he is doing to raise awareness of NF.

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Meeting Kevin Nealon in Houston

Some friendsand and I went to see Kevin Nealon at the Improv last night. Click on the link, valt then photo. Check out the photos on his website, as well as the photos of my facebook, and flickr page.  I met Kevin a fews years ago in California, when visting my friend Scott. That is how I met Kevin. I’ve been friends with Kevin 3 years after that day. Kevin contact me to say he would be in Houston, and he would like for me to come see him. We did, and he really made me happy, as he did the same for my friends.

This is what Kevin did for me.  He wore my just ask shirt on stage. He gave me free tickets. He talk to me after the show, Was not in a rush to leave. He posed for photos with me. He collect lots of doodles for National Doodle Day.

Joan Rivers, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick, Jon Lovitz, Valerie Bertinelli, Garry Shandling, Roseanne Barr, and of course Kevin Nealon.   And Kevin gave me this medallion. It was given to him by Brad Paisley. It reads Expect Great Things.  Kevin really made me happy, and Im thinkful for what he is doing for all of us that are affect by NF.

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Gotta Love Deborah and OfficeMax

I went to OfficeMax for office supplies today.  As Lou and I shopped, Deborah asked if we needed help with anything. She helped with finding the ink for my printer.

When it was time to check out, Deborah, was there again with a big smile. I had a chance to mention Just Ask, but didn’t have any cards with me.  Deborah, was nice enough to allow us to take a photo of her.

Thank you Deborah, for your help, and for being so kind! Office Max should be very proud of you!