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28
Sep
10

Interstate 29 cave in under War Eagle

22
Sep
10

One Flaw In Women

One Flaw In Women
 
Women have strengths that amaze men…..
 
They bear hardships and they carry burdens,
 
but they hold happiness, love and joy.
 
They smile when they want to scream.
 
They sing when they want to cry.
 
They cry when they are happy
 
and laugh when they are nervous.
 
They fight for what they believe in..
 
They stand up to injustice.
 
They don’t take “no” for an answer
 
when they believe there is a better solution.
 
They go without so their family can have.
 
They go to the doctor with a frightened friend.
 
They love unconditionally.
 
They cry when their children excel
 
and cheer when their friends get awards.
 
They are happy when they hear about
 
a birth or a wedding.
 
  Their hearts break when a friend dies.
 
They grieve at the loss of a family member,
 
yet they are strong when they
 
think there is no strength left.
 
They know that a hug and a kiss
 
can heal a broken heart.
 
Women come in all shapes, sizes and colors.
 
They’ll drive, fly, walk, run or e-mail you
 
to show how much they care about you.
 
The heart of a woman is what
 
makes the world keep turning.
 
They bring joy, hope and love.
 
They have compassion and ideas.
 
They give moral support to their
 
family and friends.
 
Women have vital things to say
 
and everything to give..
 
HOWEVER, IF THERE IS  ONE FLAW IN WOMEN,
 
IT IS THAT THEY FORGET THEIR WORTH.

thanks Sandy for Sharing this with me!  What would I do without all the friends supporting me these days!

25
Aug
10

Marshalltown Young Professionals to Host 7th Annual YPIowa Conference

www.ypiowa.com

The Marshalltown Young Professionals are excited to host the 2010 YPIowa Conference on Friday, September 24 at Iowa Valley Community College. This year’s theme is “Stand Up. Stand Out. Be Upstanding and Outstanding.” Click here to view the Conference Agenda. Click here to register now. The event will feature a variety of topics centering around personal and professional accountability. Our conference planning committee has been working hard to secure great speakers and topics to be presented throughout the day.

A few things we are really excited about for this year’s conference:

• Keynote presentation by Kristin Lindeen with the Question Behind the Question (QBQ!)

• Business Leaders Luncheon with business leaders from around Central and Eastern Iowa who will sit with attendees to discuss their climb up the corporate ladder or entrepreneurial experience, leadership philosophy and advice for young professionals wanting to make the most of their careers.

• Iowa Entrepreneur Panel will feature three Iowa entrepreneurs who will share their stories about their businesses, the ups and downs of being your own boss, and advice for young entrepreneurs wanting to start their own business in Iowa .

• Dynamic break-out options about various accountability topics!

• Lots of networking opportunities.

• Each registration comes with a complimentary copy of Outstanding! by the QBQ!

We hope you’ll take a few moments to look over the conference registration materials and mark September 24 on your calendar. Consider sticking around for the weekend and participating in Iowa ’s Best Family Fall Festival: Oktemberfest! There are lots of fun activities planned throughout the weekend, so bring the family and enjoy a great part of Central Iowa .

Registration fees: All fees include conference registration, breakfast, lunch and snacks, as well as a copy of Outstanding! from the QBQ.

Early bird (Now through September 6): $75/person

Regular registration (September 7 – September 17): $85/person

Late registration (September 18 – September 24): $125/person

For more information, please visit http://www.ypiowa.com

05
Aug
10

Don’t forget to go get your blizzard TODAY!

Here’s the window art our Maggie created to help promote CMN. 

03
Aug
10

This Thursday Miracle Treat Day

29
Jul
10

After Ragbri

So, when Jason got home from Ragbri, I asked if he was sore.  He said he wasn’t bad.  Tuesday he woke up a little stiff and sore.  So, last night, Wednesday, we decided to go for a short 2 mile run / walk.  I was way ahead after the first mile (running my normal pace).  But, wow, mile #2 sucked and I had to walk some.  He ran the entire time at his slow pace and was able to run 4 miles today.  I stayed home tonight and stretched my sore muscles.  So, yes, we just played the game tortoise and the hare.  And the tortoise, Jason, definately is kicking my butt!

27
Jul
10

Working out Money – Spent

Jason won the competition at work for loosing the most weight this summer.  So, we celebrated by going bowling, eating greesy food and pop and playing board games.  It started off with a come from behind victory by myself in the first game of bowling and then I lost it at the very end to Jason in the 2nd game.  Bailey and her friend both had awesome games (when the bumpers came up).  Then, we headed home to watch Big Brother & play Apples to Apples with the girls.  I lost.  Bailey won the 1st game and Jason won the 2nd.  I’m not very good at that game.  And Jason always seems to win.  hmmmmmmm

26
Jul
10

Free Beer and Hotdogs

Band at the free beer and hotdog house – 2 miles before Storm Lake

Jason Anderson

25
Jul
10

Boo boo

a boo boo from a wreck on the ride. This isn’t my leg.

Jason Anderson

25
Jul
10

Washta

Cool pic with all the flags coming into washta.

Jason Anderson




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