Oh oh oh it’s MAGIC (LAX)

So of course being in LaLaLand you expect to see movie stars walking down the street every day.  Or maybe just every other day.  Well, today we actually had HARRY POTTER WORKING OUT WITH US!

As we all know, the most magical way to start the weekend is with some blood, sweat, and tears.  Ok, maybe just sweat and cheers.  But anyways, the morning kicked off with a good ‘ol bounce to Harry Potter Puppet Pals  (talk about a throwback) and then it was off to the races around Barnsdall.  Kira, our lovely co-leader for the morning, and I had a blast putting this together and coming up with countless wizarding words and excellent exercises.

I got carried away with alliteration and really some of those exercises were just bedazzled with wizarding words but it made it all the much more fun.

Good stuff today (see, even the Positivity Award was working hard) and I hope y’all felt like we were just warming up for a game of Quidditch.

Also, a final big round of thanks to Kira as well as a “see you soon” as she will be heading off to travel the world with her role at Adventures by Disney.  We’ll miss you and will be waiting to give you a big hug upon your return. 


Wednesday 6/6 – Fun fact: it’s Global Running Day! – Bring your trail shoes. 🙂

NP SUMMIT  – September 15th-16th in Wisconsin. CHEESE.  See here for a handy dandy Google Excel Doc w/ more logistics.  Register right here! and use code “NP20” for 20% off.

6/10 – Better than Bedtime – NEXT SUNDAY!  At 6:27pm.   At Pan Pacific Park.  Dress in your favorite color so we can try to copy NP_CHI’s amazing photo.  Spread the word especially to folks who might think that 6:27am is a bit early.  Ease them in with a fun evening outing 🙂 Facebook Event HERE.

Fun Fact:  Dumbledore is an Old English word for “bumblebee.” This was chosen by Rowling because she pictured Dumbledore humming to himself.

Do Good LA. 

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