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Former Broadway Musicals Star, Robin (Boudreau) Palmer has created My Wake UP Call® Motivational Alarm Clock® Messages; patented, 5-minute motivating messages which wake you up positively each morning, instead of an annoying buzzer or alarming news on the radio.

Child prodigy and winner of the Crystal Award, concert pianist Sean Chen brought down the house today at the Pepperdine Center for the Arts in Malibu, CA.

I am especially grateful to Sean for using his gifts for good. Sean wrote and recorded the orchestrations, along with four original piano pieces, for “My Inspirational Lullabies” - my new album of lullabies, which I wrote and recorded for dreamers of all ages. http://MyInspirationalLullabies.com

I had SO MUCH FUN dancing the night away at the Boys and Girls Club of the Conejo Valley Annual Gala! 

CONGRATULATIONS to the lucky winner of our Silent Auction gift basket filled with a year of My Wake UP Call - Motivational Alarm Clock Messages and My Good Night Messages! (Cds, Mp3s and Apps)

Enjoy waking up inspired, and sleeping well, safely and naturally, for an entire year! http://mywakeupcalls.net

I had SO MUCH FUN dancing the night away at the Boys and Girls Club of the Conejo Valley Annual Gala!

CONGRATULATIONS to the lucky winner of our Silent Auction gift basket filled with a year of My Wake UP Call - Motivational Alarm Clock Messages and My Good Night Messages! (Cds, Mp3s and Apps)

Enjoy waking up inspired, and sleeping well, safely and naturally, for an entire year! http://mywakeupcalls.net

Ran Homeboy Industries 5K with “G-Dog” brilliant documentarian Frieda Mock #ProductswithaPurpose #PerspirationwithaPurpose :)

Ran Homeboy Industries 5K with “G-Dog” brilliant documentarian Frieda Mock #ProductswithaPurpose #PerspirationwithaPurpose :)

Running with “Tom’s Homies” HHF hiking group at today’s Homeboy Industries 5K Fundraiser. Go Team! :) #HomeboyIndustries #JobsNotJail

Running with “Tom’s Homies” HHF hiking group at today’s Homeboy Industries 5K Fundraiser. Go Team! :) #HomeboyIndustries #JobsNotJail

Thank you, Will i Am, for envisioning and creating an inspiring “little company that could!” 
My patented invention just got licensed by Audible! (an Amazon co.) Dream on! #innovators #pulse #dm14

Thank you, Will i Am, for envisioning and creating an inspiring “little company that could!”
My patented invention just got licensed by Audible! (an Amazon co.) Dream on! #innovators #pulse #dm14

Hillary Clinton announces launch of a new toolkit at #AAP14 to help pediatricians & parents talk, read & sing to babies. http://aap.org/literacy @2SmallToFail #DF14

Hillary Clinton announces launch of a new toolkit at #AAP14 to help pediatricians & parents talk, read & sing to babies. http://aap.org/literacy @2SmallToFail #DF14

Klaus Schwab reminded Hillary Clinton of his question to her over 15 years ago, “Don’t you think it is time for Americans to elect and support a strong brilliant woman for President of the United States?” #DF14 #Hillary2016

Klaus Schwab reminded Hillary Clinton of his question to her over 15 years ago, “Don’t you think it is time for Americans to elect and support a strong brilliant woman for President of the United States?” #DF14 #Hillary2016

I attended the “Behind the Scenes Q&A” with icons Carl Reiner, 92, and Dick Van Dyke, 88, and the screening of their 1969 movie, “The Comic” at the Malibu Film Society last night.

Mr. Reiner shared his belief that, “70 is the new 65.” He explained that he was happily married to his wife, Estelle, for 65 years, who passed away five years ago. He still misses her every day, and talks to her when he wakes up every morning, and when he goes to bed every night.

Said Carl, “So even though Estelle and I were married for 65 years, I still consider myself married to her. So that’s why, for me, 70 is the new 65. And in five years, 75 will be the new 65. Wow.

I attended the “Behind the Scenes Q&A” with icons Carl Reiner, 92, and Dick Van Dyke, 88, and the screening of their 1969 movie, “The Comic” at the Malibu Film Society last night. Thank you Malibu Film Society for a very special evening!

I attended the “Behind the Scenes Q&A” with icons Carl Reiner, 92, and Dick Van Dyke, 88, and the screening of their 1969 movie, “The Comic” at the Malibu Film Society last night. Thank you Malibu Film Society for a very special evening!

I attended the “Behind the Scenes Q&A” with icons Carl Reiner, 92, and Dick Van Dyke, 88, and the screening of their 1969 movie, “The Comic” at the Malibu Film Society last night. 

Mr. Reiner shared his belief that, “70 is the new 65.” He explained that he was happily married to his wife, Estelle, for 65 years, who passed away five years ago. He still misses her every day, and talks to her when he wakes up every morning, and when he goes to bed every night. 

Said Carl, “So even though Estelle and I were married for 65 years, I still consider myself married to her. So that’s why, for me, 70 is the new 65. And in five years, 75 will be the new 65.” Wow.

I attended the “Behind the Scenes Q&A” with icons Carl Reiner, 92, and Dick Van Dyke, 88, and the screening of their 1969 movie, “The Comic” at the Malibu Film Society last night.

Mr. Reiner shared his belief that, “70 is the new 65.” He explained that he was happily married to his wife, Estelle, for 65 years, who passed away five years ago. He still misses her every day, and talks to her when he wakes up every morning, and when he goes to bed every night.

Said Carl, “So even though Estelle and I were married for 65 years, I still consider myself married to her. So that’s why, for me, 70 is the new 65. And in five years, 75 will be the new 65.” Wow.