Ninjabetic MN Meet-Up Details

There’s a little less than one week before my buddy G-Money (aka Ninjabetic, aka SuperG, aka George) comes to town.  I’m very excited, and can’t wait for him to get here!

George Simmons - Ninjabetic!As I try to figure out everything that we want to do during his short stay, I only wish we had more time.  I’ve got a tentative schedule all mapped out in my head, including a lot of time visiting with my family and my wife’s family.

George is going to introduce me to disc golf, and maybe even some geocaching around my place.

I scored some tickets to the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibitat the Science Museum of MN, which we are both looking forward to.

We’re also going to spend most of Saturday (May 1st) at the Mall of America.  I’m thinking that will probably be the best place for a local PWD (+friends and family, of course) meet-up.

A little before 1:00 PM, we’ll grab a largish table in the food court and just relax and visit with whoever shows up.  George, being the freak magnet that he is, will attract plenty of entertainment for us.

The food court is on the third floor, between Nordstrom and Sears, and directly across from Moose Mountain Adventure Golf.

I’m hoping that any locals that come will know where the Mall of America is, but we DO have some company driving all the way up from Kansas!  If there are any others coming from a long ways away, there are some directions at www.mallofamerica.com.

Everybody is welcome!  Come and stay for as long or as little as you can.  I really hope that many of my Minnesota D-Friends can come and meet George.  He’s really a special guy, and I promise you’ll absolutely love him!

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Scott K. Johnson

Patient voice, speaker, writer, advocate. Living life with diabetes and telling my story. Patient Success Manager, USA for mySugr (All opinions expressed are my own and do not necessarily represent the position of my employer).

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