If someone were to ask me to describe the ideal setting, attendees, topic, and timelines for a PRI Course that I would want to organize and create, I would have responded the following way. First, I would truly like to instruct and teach in our PRI home, our Institute, our place of study, work and fun, our resource center, our reference center, and our service center where we can serve nourishment both in the form of food and didactical discussion. Second, I would invite a mix of course attendees and disciplines that were new to PRI; and some that took the first offered PRI courses offered years ago. (Joan Hanson and Lori Thompsen you will always remain young in my heart and mind). Third, I would limit the class to 20 attendees to maximize the individual interaction and participation. Fourth, I would want to have lunch with all of them and talk about things that they wanted to talk about with me. Fifth, I would pick objectives and subject matter related to the head, neck, teeth, vision, and neuro-patterning. Sixth, I would hold the course on a Friday and Saturday and I would do it at the astronomical beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere or mid-March. And finally, I would like to participate with some professionals that I work with in this community, since I lecture and talk to so many attendees, that work in different disciplines and also in different communities. Pat Brinkman-Falter BSDH, MS, RDH,CO, Susan Christiansen DDS, Janae Greer PT, DPT, and Charissa Johnson PT,ATC, thank you for coming to this community educational course. I respect and appreciate you all so much. I look forward to each and every course that is hosted here in Lincoln Nebraska, home of the PRI minds.