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Editor’s Note: Ms. Danielle Morris and I go way back. Both Gentilly-ans, we finished McDonoh #39 Elementary School together and rode the bus Uptown to Eleanor McMain High School together. Nowadays, Danielle is educating our youth and living a vegan lifestyle and she’s taking us on her journey of vegan living IntheNOLA!
 
I’m Danielle Morris, a highly spirited, NOLA born and raised, creative soul. My vegan journey started about 18 years ago when I stopped eating beef and pork after dissecting fetal pigs in 10th grade and being traumatized from it! However, even as a young child, I would go back and forth with eating chicken and turkey and I wasn’t a fan of red meat. One week, I’d be OK with just eating around the meat in beans and then the next week, I couldn’t stand the taste of the beans because of them being cooked with meat.
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Aside from Mardi Gras, spring has got to be the favorite season for New Orleanians. The weather’s kind of perfect, there are festivals galore, and it just feels damn good. 
 
So what’s a New Orleanian to do with all this? Enjoy, of course!
 
For third grade teacher Danielle Morris, “Spring represents a new birth, like an awakening in the city,” she smiled. “Spirits roam freely, people seem their happiest, and the vibration of the city is at its peak. I find that people are just ready to mix and mingle and soak up some good ol’ vitamin D after the inconsistent temperatures of our NOLA winter months. The shift in the weather just seems to bring out the best in people.”
 
She continued, “In the spring, you’re bound to find me out in nature more than ever; that could mean a festival, museum hopping, or somewhere in City Park either working out, laid out with a book, or finding some balance through meditation and yoga.  City Park’s tulip garden is a short-lived attraction, but pretty amazing to see. There's so much beauty in nature. I highly recommend it.”
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