“I’d describe Carol’s style as ‘mentoring on steroids’,” daughter-inlaw
Leonor (Leo) Fuller ‘84 said. “So many of the women judges in
Washington state were her mentees. Almost every female judge in
the state knows who she is.”
Puget Sound Fresh is a project devoted to raising awareness about the multiple benefits of buying locally-grown produce and other products. Their “Eat Local for Thanksgiving” campaign encourages us to purchase at least one locally grown item for our Thanksgiving meal. Doing so will benefit local farmers, and will help sustain the regional businesses vital to our state’s economy.
You can learn more about Puget Sound Fresh at http://www.pugetsoundfresh.org.
Happy Thanksgiving from the Fuller family and the staff at Fuller & Fuller!
And enjoy a possible health benefit from the shift back to Standard Time. On Sunday, November 6, 2011, we get an “extra” hour when we turn our clocks back. A 2008 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that the best way to use that extra time is getting extra sleep on Sunday night.
Review of data collected over a nearly 20-year period show that heart attacks are more likely in the week following the transition TO Daylight Saving Time in the Spring, and less likely in the week following the transition FROM Daylight Saving Time in the Fall. Experts theorize that the extra hour of sleep may have a “protective” benefit, given that most American adults are already sleep-deprived. You can read more about the study here.