I'm going to be trying this video blog thing. Not sure how well it will go, but there's only one way to find out. So, here's where I need your help. I'd like for you guys to send me questions either via email or on my FB messaging. You can use the contact me page to email me and my FB link on the links page to get to my page. You can ask questions about whatever you want my opinion on, want my thoughts on, or even personal questions. I'll try to do a video every other day or so. So keep checking back for updates and look for videos on the video blog page. Thanks ahead of time. ^_^
Sunday, September 18, 2011
We get up and see that is has been raining out the window. We prepare to wear warmer clothes, which didn’t really help. We leave early so that we’re not late because of traffic. We’re there like a half hour ahead of schedule. Traffic was not an issue. At the credential office we get the passes and go park our car then walk back to meet Todd and Jodi. While we wait we meet some of the other guests that had come as well. Then we rode through the tunnel and to the motor coach. We hung out there for about 15ish minutes then some of us headed out on tour with David.
Thursday, September 15, 2011
We head up to my sister, Brandy’s, early in the morning. We arrive and get the bread prepped and ready for the oven. We decide to play a game while it’s baking. Then after playing we play with her son for awhile then head out to get ready for the hauler parade. We stand on a corner waiting for the parade to start, when a guy comes up from behind and asks us if a particular person had been let out of the court across the street. A guy, with him, says “why are you asking her for, she’s white.” We couldn’t help but laugh. And then finally like 10 minutes late, the parade starts and I try to get as many pictures as I can.
Here's what I said that got me and I guess a couple others kicked off the "Bobby Labonte Fan Page":
It has come to my attention that some people are not happy with the way that I live my life, That is their choice, but I am not going to sit back and let others run my life for me simply because it's not how they would live. I live by my rules based on how I was raised, some people seem to have forgotten where and how that was.
"A dazzling place I never knew" As I begin my journey once more on the path to my future I want you all to know that I will have late nights and early mornings, which may cause me to become frustrated and annoyed by little things.
All sports have athletes, but only some care for the people outside of the sport. Bobby Labonte is a NASCAR Sprint Cup driver for JTG Daugherty Racing. For many years, he has been consistent in being a positive role model on track and off. Even the team he is with this year has really come around in support of doing better things for the sick and less fortunate. Bobby, as far as I can remember, has always been one to put others before himself.
In my previous post I said that I would not be going back to school. However, as I thought about it I realized that is my turn. Mom went back and if she can do it, I can. The date is the start of classes.
I'm always making a plan, having it ruined, making a new plan getting discouraged...tending to give up on the same idea 3 or 4 times. Right now I'm at the discouraged phase of going back to school. It's like I want to but it's too late for this year or early next year because of financial aid deadlines that I missed.
“It's that wonderful old-fashioned idea that others come first and you come second. This was the whole ethic by which I was brought up. Others matter more than you do, so 'don't fuss, dear; get on with it.” ~Audrey Hepburn