Welcome to The Woodstock Fruit Festival ♥Thank you very much for joining us, this is very much appreciated ♥
I look forward to meeting you at this year's event or a future Festival.
If you have any questions, please…"
I am a biology major at my local community college, where I am studying environmental science, sustainable agriculture, and botany. When I'm not in class, I spend my days hiking, meditating, and creating various art projects.
Please describe your current diet (e.g. 811RV, Fruitarian, LFRV, raw vegan, vegan, vegetarian, transitioning from SAD), how stable it is, and how long you have been eating this way.
I am currently a vegetarian transitioning into a vegan lifestyle. I have been a vegetarian for 6 months with intentions of becoming a raw vegan. My diet has been stable and I have no intentions of straying away from this ethical lifestyle.
Please describe the type and level of physical exercise that you follow.
I go hiking on my local trails 5 times a week, while practicing yoga every day and weight lifting 3 times a week. I limit the difficulty of my exercise due to injuries from 17 years of playing fastpitch softball.
My favorite food (fruit!) is...
My greatest passion and goal in life is...
I want to spread love and compassion to every human being I come across in life. Not only do I want to be happy, I want to share my happiness and knowledge of the universe with equally compassionate people. I want to contribute to the well being of the planet and its inhabitants. My main goal is to experience as much happiness I can in this lifetime I am given.
Are you planning to attend this Years Festival?
I am not sure yet
Are you coming to the festival with your family/partner/kids?
I will be inviting friends to come along.
What are your hopes and expectations about this festival? What do you anticipate the most?
I hope to leave with new spiritual outlooks on life, along with knowledge that will enable me to become a happy vegan and live a more natural lifestyle.
My favorite quote is...
"There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. A highpowered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die." -Hunter S. Thompson, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
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