They allotting 30 minutes for the potluck.
That's what we do every Wednesday night and it works fine to feed 60-80 people. We have all dishes set out on a long (40') countertop. We pray at 6:30pm and the people go single file down the countertop to fill their plates. Everyone is finished eating by 7:00pm when the worship service starts. DSis and I start cleaning up and everything is usually finished (leftovers packed for travel and kitchen cleaned)
by 7:30. If I have DGD6 with me, then I leave so she can get to bed (school night). Otherwise, I stay and listen to the preaching.
how does a dr. say his spine is ok without looking at the xrays?
I don't know. He is an experienced pediatrician (40+ years) so I'm guessing because the way DS9 walks/moves? The pediatrician saw DS9 do the head/neck popping tic multiple times during the appointment. I told the doc that DS9 has done this head popping tic 50-100 times daily for over a year. He wasn't concerned about it.
The doctor did surprise me by saying we were doing well with DS9 considering our options. He said we would have to medicate DS9 for him to attend public school. He said most parents would not tackle homeschooling their child and would just keep them in public school regardless of consequences.
I'm going to trust the chiropractor with DS9 neck. Of course, I hope I don't regret this decision.
I like that this chiropractor is cautious and seems to triple check everything before she proceeds with treatment. I also like that this chiropractor is talking with DS9 about his choice of food. They are discussing vegetable consumption. What I am not looking forward to is DS9 having 2 appointments a week with the chiropractor for months. Maybe it won't take that long.
Time is precious. Waste it wisely.