7. Lucky!

Did you know ‘lucky 7’ is the world’s favourite number. There are seven days of the week, seven colours of the rainbow, seven notes on a musical scale, seven seas and seven continents. Listen for more FUN facts about SEVEN and click here for my source.

Teaching awareness, gratitude, story, sprinkled with FUN.
— Stacy Julian, 7-word bio
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SEVEN women who’s creativity and generosity have changed my life!
Jeanette Lynton
Lisa Bearnson
Kayce (Rehn) Doi
Wendy Smedley
Paula Wessells
Cathy Zielske and Brenda Birrell

The original 7-member Julian Family Orchestra.

The Milo Julian Family Orchestra. circa 1920 Please note that I am very grateful to have this photo, but also sad that my father in law trimmed the corners and wrote on it with a ball point pen. Please do not do anything to an original photo that cannot be undone.

The Milo Julian Family Orchestra. circa 1920
Please note that I am very grateful to have this photo, but also sad that my father in law trimmed the corners and wrote on it with a ball point pen. Please do not do anything to an original photo that cannot be undone.

Russell, the little drummer boy in the first photo grew up to become the dad with his own traveling group of performers. For only $10 and a meal for everyone, you could enjoy and evening of entertainment.

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The Julian 7 tradition is alive and well although decidedly less talented when it comes to music. We are grateful though for this legacy of performers who inspire us to show up in our own unique ways and contribute to the world.

And, if you’re dying to know the answer to the 7-11 and Slurpie question, then I applaud your curiosity and generously share the following links …

How did 7-11 get it’s name?

Who invented the Slurpie?

As always,
Thank YOU for listening.