way to go...congrats
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This is a discussion on November 2011 - Member of the Month- Jordan Healey within the Orchid Community Interviews - Member of the Month forums, part of the TalkTalk category; Woo hoo.... Heartiest congratulations Jordan, welcome to the club! I really am happy for you! ...
Woo hoo.... Heartiest congratulations Jordan, welcome to the club! I really am happy for you!
I've already mentioned in my interview that I admire your passion and enthusiasm for orchids - and you're in the flush of youth. Your interview is an interesting reading: I like the way you're thinking. I especially like your attitude to your mom - I belive there are not many teenagers who would take their mother on a trip with. She must be proud of you, I would certainly be.
So, Jordan, just keep up the good work!!!
way to go...congrats
Congratulations, Jordan. Way to go!
Congrats Jordan! Well done!
Add me to the list, Jordan.... Congratulations and I hope this just spurs you on to keep posting and growing! You and I have had a few very enjoyable exchanges and you impress me so much. My 17 year-old son is, of course, amazing to his mom (played trumpet in the Boston Youth Symphony and is first trumpet in all the ensembles at school) - but he is only mildly appreciative of my orchids. You are most unique and truly impressive - well done!
Thousand congratulations to you Jordan!
Very well-deserved honor (even if you did have to rub in your developing brain advantage--"I can retain information better than those whos brains have finished developing". Ouch--as they say, I resemble that remark!) Your enthusiasm is very catching, and I truly enjoy your posts!
Last edited by kiwiorchids; November 2nd, 2011 at 08:44 PM.
Congratulations, Jordan! I knew you'd be in the winners' circle before long. We all enjoy your enthusiasm and knowledge, even if you are a little harsh toward us old geezers!
(By the way, current studies indicate the prevailing knowledge that the adult brain does not produce new neurons may be wrong. Recent research has suggested that important forebrain regions continue to receive new nerve cells into adulthood in humans. Either way, you may be growing more brain cells, but we know better how to use them!!)
Keep up the good work - stay in school - keep learning. Life has so much to offer, and you make our life better every day. Thanks for all you do for us.
...I ordered the book and will read it as soon as I'm finished with the one I'm reading now.