I think that tomorrow will be a great day, I am actually really excited for it. I always tend to get excited when exhibition comes around because we finally get to show off all of our work. This week I have been trying to make sure that my group is on task and prepared for Saturday. During the week we got to present our activity to the school during lunch and some people came up and it gave us so confidence that the people attending the NAMI Walk will enjoy playing our activity. Another things that we have been preparing is the little book and that was really improved yesterday, from Juan and Alex getting some critique from several different groups. Some of the things that I hope to talk about with the NAMI walk participants about this quote from my book, “What ruins many grain- and gluten-free diets is the on-the-go moment, when it’s easier to reach for a cereal, a granola bar, or a PB&J sandwich, instead of a hard-boiled egg, vegetables & hummus, or other Grain Brain-friendly snack. When we’re in a rush, we have little to no time to prepare a meal, and it’s often those grain-based foodstuffs that are easily accessible and available as we’re walking out the door” I really liked this quote because I can really relate to it, and it’s part of the stigma that we have been working on addressing. This can happen to anyone and it’s not just because we are teenagers that we don’t eat healthy.