Ever been to Africa? Or, watched classic movie "The African Queen"? How about ''Out of Africa"? This week, I did all three at once, because I met Gina Gee, a beautiful woman with a TBI from South Africa who was a professional horse trainer/rider until a 'wild', or, 'terrorist' horse (as Gina referred) toppled on her head one afternoon 4 years ago. A darling, extremely understandable BI Survivor she is, and you will see why. She needs a few words from other Survivors, as unfortunately, she has , none. Except us for now. Listen, hear, burl up, probably saddle up too! Its quite a ride. She stayed up very late for this show, let's not disappoint her or OUR South African 'family' members with words of encouragment and assistance. Seems, they have none. An absolute Angel with wings, travel with me.
Dr. Kevin Butterfield often travels with me, and jumped off the plane as well. NeuroFeedBack is a knowledgeable request, and yes, it came "Out of Africa". Of course, we will Race4Time!!!! Trauma Sports Director Dr. Butt said we are.
Mr. Jake Patrick, Sports Director of RHI Sports, will stop by early to give up dates on next weeks Sports Gala - it ROCKS so much. Yep, Tammy and I will be there. Speaking of Tammy D'ercole, my "current" Co-Host, special friend and fellow Traumatic Life Survivor joins us all night long. Yes, all night - my style! Working on perhaps her own offering on BrainInjuryRadio shows, Tammy brings so much to the table. She will bring her thoughts, ideas and I'm hoping some she brings is fresh food...
If our darling Belinda checks in, we will be around the world in 180 Minutes!
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