Saturday, April 21, 2007

Blue ribbon and Git-R-Done

First I have to start by bragging on my daughter. She is going to Vo Tech taking dental assisting. An organization that they are a part of is called HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America). Apparently they have a competition every year with many different events that you can sign up for. Some are directly related to your field, others just general health occupational knowledge. Brit entered in the event for drawing a poster related to the topic they picked for this year, which is Helping Hands, Healing Hearts. She designed a logo for that topic and when she arrived at competition they add another part to the theme which you have to incorporate into your drawing. Anyway, that was a few weeks ago and she won 2nd and also placed for terminology. This advanced her to State, which was this past week. And guess who placed first? You got it! I am so proud of her. She also placed for terminology again. This means she is going to Nationals in Orlando, FL, but she can only compete in one event, so she is going to stick with the poster. She has a God given talent when it comes to art.

Now, can you possibly guess the reasoning for the second part of my title? If not, you've been hiding under a rock. Just kidding, but my son and I went to see Larry the Cable Guy last night. I won tickets from a local radio station. We had a really good time. Some of his humor is a bit crude, but he IS funny! He is also my kind of person when it comes to telling it like it is. No political correctness here.

Well, I guess that's about it for now. Euchre tonight, so let me run. Later y'all!!


Libby said...

geez, i'll bet larry the cable guy was great to see!! and, congratulations to your daughter!! tell her, that even being from ohio, i'm STILL proud of her!!

Pirate said...

it sounds like your daughter can git r done as well. We both have daughters busy saving the world.

Larry the Cable Guy cracks me up. It is funny how simple logic can be so darn funny. And farting gandmas are funny I don't care who you are.

Rachel said...

Congratulations to your daughter!! She is very talented!

Glad you enjoyed Larry The Cable Guy. He is funny!!

chesneygirl said...

Good for her!!! I went to Vo-Tech too...LOVED it!!!

We saw Larry at the Fox back in January...I blogged about it if you're interested!