I was cleaning out my email (no dumpster necessary) and ran across this old email. If it’s still there now, it’s because I intended to read it later and didn’t "get around to it."
The point is, I have been fortunate enough to not need your services, but I have watched you (and cheered for you) from the inception of your company up to this time. I could not be more proud of you and happier for you if you were my BFF.
You jumped into a male dominated world when there was a need, performed a service for your community, and did it reliably and well. Keep up the excellent work!
Thank you, thank you to all our amazing partners, girls, coaches, GOTR families and supporters for an incredible 5k! We loved every moment with you!! If you have photos from the weekend, please share them with us! Huge thank you to our sponsors Laureus Sport for Good USA Games 4 Good Foundation Blue Cross Louisiana Foundation Kid Cents Toso Orthodontics Cox Communications NCJW Greater New Orleans Section Renaissance Doors, LLC Fidelity Bank Kingsley House Magnolia Fleet Sessions Fishman Nathan & Israel We LOVE you and couldn’t do this without you!
Searched my contacts for fence repair guy and called a number the brothers I used a long time ago. An old man voice answered. He said, "We got too old to work. Gerald is in a nursing home. I’m so old. It sure is nice to have been thought of for your job."
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” – Edmund Burke (1729 – 1797)
Neo-Gothic Church Saint-Jacques d’Abbeville demolished in le département de la Somme, France, in 2013. This church survived the Great War intact. It is now gone.
A church has existed on this site for over one thousand years.
In November 2013, the rubble of the church was used by two ‘artists’, Fountain and La Mare Erick Vilquin, to create a work of contemporary ‘art’ entitled ‘Build / deconstructed’ and were on display at the Bastille Design Center in Paris.
Yep-The best opportunities come at the worst times in our lives. That’s when we have laser focus! …
#DidYouKnow Bette Nesmith Graham invented "Liquid Paper." She was a divorced, working mother in Dallas, Texas, in the early 1950s, who found her typing skills put to the test when her boss replaced her manual typewriter with a new, electric model. She worried that all the mistakes she made on the more sensitive machine might cost her the job. So, in 1954 she tapped into her training as an artist to develop “Mistake Out,” a white liquid that could paint over typing errors. Other secretaries started asking to buy her product. By 1958, she focused full-time on her company, which was selling 100 bottles a month. In 1962, she married Robert Graham, and the pair hit the road promoting her brand, which she renamed “Liquid Paper” in 1968. By that time, she was selling 40,000 bottles a week; nine years later in 1977, her firm had 331 employees worldwide selling 500 bottles a minute. Learn more about Graham and other trailblazing women in labor and business in this online exhibit on entrepreneurial women, ow.ly/qdmP309CKrI . (Photo Credit: LiquidPaper) #WomensHistory #WomensHistoryMonth