I tell people how strong I am all the time, but it wasn’t until I had to hold a 6,000 pound ham (that they somehow said weighed 16 pounds) for a good 15 minutes, running back and forth from bidder to bidder pleading my case of why they should pay thousands of dollars for a country ham that I proved my strength. And despite my inability to move the next morning, it was well worth it. The ham went for triple what it has ever sold for before…a new record
Frankfort witnessed its very own version of the parting of the red sea today as mothers, teachers, and advocates for autism flooded the capital(all wearing red). Our very own versions of Moses, struggling mothers simply trying to get their tired voices heard, came forward once again to plead with close to thirty of our house and senate members to pass an Autism Insurance Reform Bill. This bill, that many states have already passed, will help cover the outrageous costs it takes to treat this disease(which, contrary to popular belief, is
My new bros Timmy and Dierks. Lee Brice is cool as ice… Gabe Garcia(Nashville Star), H2H, and Danielle Peck. Coach Brooks Keith Anderson and Coach Brooks Again(couldn’t get enough of him). Race-car legend Kyle Petty was just dying to wear my crown, so we made a swap. Lieutenant Governor Mongiardo and his niece and friends. Halfway 2 Hazard equalled halfway to heaven for me this weekend as I was invited to jump head first into complete country music bliss. 40,000 people crammed in their cars(at $20 a carload it’s amazing how many people
The Kentucky State Fair Kick Off this morning(at 6:30am…left at 4:30) was not exactly the best diet kick of for me…but toooonnnnnnsssss of fun…tons tons tons. The Commodities Breakfast this morning was flanked with media, politicians, and one(and shall i say the one and only) brand new basketball coach. Coach Calipari certainly made a wildcat out of me. There is a video clip on this website… http://www.fox41.com/global/story.asp?s=10962867 …you have to watch it…even though I am a goofball on it. He told funny stories about people in Kentucky being so happy he’s here
Today is my final lull…the calm before the storm so to speak. A single day where I can get things together before I jump back in the middle of the tornado(and leave at 4 am for the state fair). I feel like the guys on Twister though…I love jumping into it…I live for it. So since i want this blog to be daily updates on what I’ve done that day, I need to share just a few more things with you to catch you up on the past month(the boring
Chick-Fil-A Princess Night…I am Santa Claus. I love being Santa Claus. Tiny princesses and their ‘too cool’ brothers plop down in my tiny lap for pictures and autographs. I love love love love love love love it!!! Santa is so lucky!!! My favorite thing to do is put my lipstick on the little girls…haha… P.S. I love Elizabeth (Cruse)…thanks for letting me wear the green ones even though they didn’t match…
On Madison’s head that is…oh well…she will be a great miss teen kentucky the rest of the year. So Orlando…I still can’t stop rambling about it. There’s so much I want to spill about it. So here it is 1,000 times faster through pictures…since they speak 1,000 words…duh. P.S. …i love Michigan.
At 1:31 am I realize that it has been a month. A whole month. I don’t want it to be a month…I don’t want it to be a minute. I never want this year to go by. I have never experienced anything like I experience every single day now… Nutshell: July 18th – Dream of becoming Miss Kentucky comes true in a tornado-like experience at the Singletary Center in Lexington…followed by lots of cupcakes and prayers(the sole reason i got that crown, the prayers not the cupcakes). July 19th –
Talk about some shoes to fill! Emily Cox(Miss Kentucky 2008) is the most selfless and kind person on this earth. I love how you can see that in this picture. I also love that you can see my rosary bracelet that Jaders Taders(my sister) gave me before the pageant. I wore it the whole time. My faith brought me to the moment in this photo…more to come on that.