Friday Blogging

Practicing with our webcam (and being silly) while preparing for a face-to-face chat with the Denbigh House via Social Media!  Kyle’s phone had a special filter and he changed his face to a tiger’s face!  Haha!
Amy and DJ getting a kick out of Kyle’s phone filter.
Day #2 on the Chincoteague Walking Trail!  Last week a group from No Limits went out to assess this trail for its accessibility.  It was determined to be extremely accessible, so off we went again with a bigger group to enjoy this beautiful spot!
Amy’s in the lead!  We really loved this walking trail.
Enjoying the “LOVE chairs” that can be found at the Robert Reed Downtown Park on Chincoteague!
A “love”ly place to take a photo!  Haha!
DJ showing off the proper “caring for our hens” attire!  He loves to help the chickens!
Men hard at work keeping our catnip plants growing big and strong!
Thank you Denise Brown for donating these Gladiolus bulbs!  They have bloomed and are so beautiful!
Dehydrating our sage the “old-school” way!  We hope these bundles of sage will make good meals taste even better!
Happiest of birthdays to our Executive Director, Rachel Evans!  Amy and Zel say “Live long and prosper Rachel!”
Hanging together and having a fun time singing “Happy Birthday” to Rachel!
Keisha Elmandorf  who is the Family Nutrition Program Assistant for the Virginia Cooperative Extension came by to give an educational lesson on nutrition.  We would like to thank Keisha and the Virginia Cooperative Extension in Accomack so very much for sharing these informative lessons with us and others in the community!

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No Limits Eastern Shore is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of survivors of brain injury on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Virginia. In September 2012 we were awarded a contract by the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services to operate the No Limits day program in Onancock, VA.

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