Thursday, March 13, 2014

Texas Hospitality

Now I have never experienced another Ms. Wheelchair America, but I was so impressed by how it was handled in Texas.  The helpers were always available when you needed them and always very friendly and at least pretended patience.  Thank you Ms. Wheelchair Texas program, Angela Wrigglesworth, and all other Texas volunteers for making this an amazing week.

We even got presents every morning at breakfast.  Now, if there was an edible part, it is most definitely gone, but I wanted to share pictures of some of what we got and the amazing stories that came with them every morning.  Now, I don't really remember exactly what we got each day, so here they are in no particular order.  :)

Our gift at check-in.  It got us all ready to wear a hat to
Cowboy night if we didn't already have one.  :)
The Cowboy Bandanna
Getting us ready for Mexican night.
The chips and salsa are long gone.  :)
Learning a little more about the
Lone Star State and its flag
This one came with a cupcake.
Also, long gone.  :)
My favorite.
It also came with a Dr. Pepper that was
gone quickly.  :)
An amazing memento from the Museum
We also received amazing crown necklaces at the Queen's Breakfast which I don't have a photo of.  You can see it around my neck at appearances after Ms. Wheelchair America and see it in person if you are at the Ms. Wheelchair Kansas 2014 Crowning Ceremony.

Thanks again Texas for making us feel so welcome and providing a week I will never forget.  :)

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Thankful thoughts for today:  
Crossing items off a list
Dr. Pepper

"We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures."
                                                                     Thornton Wilder

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