PASTEURIZED MILK DAY
Hayley Williams 1988
“The biggest lesson I’ve learned is, “It’s okay.” It’s okay for me to be kind to myself. It’s okay to be wrong. It’s okay to get mad. It’s okay to be flawed. It’s okay to be happy. It’s okay to move on.”
*How were you kind to yourself today?
Bill Goldberg 1966
never trains longer than one hour per session  lots of naps 
drinks 15 bottles of water per day               
*Lift for an hour today. Drink 15 bottles of water and take a nap – don’t wet the bed.
Jamaal Charles 1986
A learning disability eroded his confidence in all that he did. He ultimately took flight because of a nurturing extended family, plus teachers and friends in special education classes. Classes that led him to what he considered a life-changing opportunity to compete in Special Olympics at age 10.
*What used to (or still does) erode your confidence?
Who are the people that let you take flight?
What was your life changing opportunity?
Or are you still waiting for it to happen?
Jamaal Charles gives back to Special Olympics still today. You can too.
Savannah Guthrie 1971
“For some reason, I never forgot the time he took my sister and me to the movies when we were little. We were just beyond the age where we could have gotten those “under 10” tickets for a few dollars less. I remember asking my dad, “Why don’t you just get the kids’ tickets? The cashier probably won’t know how old we are.” I’ll never forget what he said: “I’m not going to sell my soul for 2 dollars.”
*Don’t sell your soul for any amount of money.
John Amos 1939 – watch Roots
*Watch as much of the original Roots series as you can today.
Noah Cappe 1977 – sweet potato ice cream
Sweet potato pie ice cream was the 1st treat Noah mentioned when asked what dish he loved the most.
BONUS: Louis Pasteur 1822
*In honor of Louis Pasteur’s birthday, use Pasteurized milk to make one of Noah Cappe’s favorite carnival treats.
SNUB – Chloe Bridges 1991