I also had the pleasure of Tossing the coin at the Enforcers Game. We played the Charlotte Cobra’s. At halftime I had the honor of giving an in prompt to speech! I think it went over well considering everyone was applauding. We played a good game but the Cobras came out victorious. Even though we lost, I know this has made us stronger and we will come out with a Win the next the we play because the guys are out for blood!
I’ve been working with Little Angels to find the perfect service dog for me. This process is long and hard but also fun and rewarding! I know Ms. Katie and the whole little angels team will help find the perfect dog for me! Right now I’m lucky enough to work with the directors own personal dog Guen.
I would be crazy if I didn’t sent out my love and prayers to the people in Boston, I am thankful that everyone I know personally from Team In Training are safe and not hurt and they are back in San Diego! Also my love and prayers go out to the people in West, TX. Stay Strong Everyone!
I hope to see you all on May 11th for my Toastmasters Speech! Don’t forget to buy Mr. Lederer’s book so we can raise money for Cerebral Palsy!
All My Love,
4375 Bonita Road
Jessica Smith will present a 6 minute introductory speech known to Toastmasters as an Icebreaker. Jessica will join Author and Verbivore Richard Lederer and the members of Sweetwater Valley Toastmasters as
Sweetwater Valley Toastmasters Open House
Benefitting United Cerebral Palsy
Featuring 2002 Toastmasters Golden Gavel Winner
Author and Verbivore Richard Lederer
There will be food and fun and the opportunity to learn about Toastmasters