As our company continues to grow, we find we also need more space with which to conduct our operations. And as the designated menial laborer of the Noni family business I am the one called upon to do the grunt work. But I’m not complaining. Actually, it’s a welcome change from staring at a computer screen all day. I’ve always enjoyed working with my hands and building things. I was the one who built our house back in 1987 and the original NoniConnection kitchen facility and tiny adjacent office in early 2004. A few months ago I completed construction of a new cold storage room, and a separate room to house our $20,000 capsule filling machine. This month I will begin expanding our office so that it can accommodate more than one person who has to move their chair in order for the door to swing open. As I said, for me this type of work is a labor of love. The problem is that my body has gotten older and less cooperative. After a day of driving 16-penny nails into rough framing timber, I find it harder to roll out of bed the next morning. I know this is mostly due to my age and expanding waistline. But recently my toes and calves have begun to cramp during the night. It’s so painful sometimes I have to get out of bed and walk it off. Then I have trouble falling back asleep. I’ve been accustomed to taking my daily dosage of Noni juice in the mornings. But my lovely wife Terry suggested that I try drinking a few ounces of Noni before going to bed. Well, I tried it, and it’s a miracle! No more cramping muscles during the night. You know, I’d ask her to marry me again in a heartbeat if I thought the magic would work a second time. But I’m not a gambling man, and I suppose some thoughts are simply better left unspoken.