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Archive for September 2nd, 2008

I will be working out of my Arizona office for a few days. I didn’t go during July and August…too damn hot ( I know it’s a dry heat but the surface of the sun is dry too).

September 10th -14th (short visit this time) I’ll be offering sessions to my Phoenix clients from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm at the Hayden Ferry office. I will also be doing a private event in Cave Creek on Saturday (thanks Nick and Lori!).

During this time I will be visiting my sweet nieces Cheyenne and Madison (these two could make projectile vomiting cute ). Mimi’s Restaurant in Chandler I’m sure is awaiting my presence (hint,hint Jared and Leslie) . If I’m lucky my brother in law will take me to Teakwoods. Teakwoods is a spiritual watering hole near Gilbert …I say “spiritual” because any place with peanuts on the floorhas to be spiritual!  Gotta go visit Deenie,Amy Indra and Ms.Tonya at Inspirador …Downtown Chandler is looking good! AM I GONNA BE ABLE TO FIT ALL THIS FUN STUFF IN? Damn I’m gonna try real hard. Maybe the best thing would be just to watch bad reality TV with Sarenna and the dogs (I should make those dogs watch Cesar on “The Dog Whisperer” …little canines on crack).

I told Amy and Cassandra that I wouldn’t go into  Jack in the Box.

That doesn’t mean I can’t use the drive-thru.

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One of these guys is going to end up YOUR President of the United States! So many of us complain about what we DON’T want! This is a time to have a voice for what you DO want. If you are anti-war…. vote for the candidate who is pro-peace! If you want better healthcare reform vote for the person who wants affordable healthcare. The choice is up to you.

There are so many negative posts about Obama and McCain (some are downright nasty). It makes one want to walk away from the media B.S., have a Pop-Tart and a diet Faygo rather than vote.

This election has forced the Democrats and the Republicans to really listen to what the average person wants! Not just the select few (who usually decide these political outcomes).

There are some out there who believe the average American doesn’t have the political background to make a well-informed decision.  So read what you can, view what you can, read blogs, newspaper articles, watch the networks, CNN, MSNBC, & Fox News.

The political hierarchy is watching to see if the average American is concerned about this election, but lets take this one step further.  Folks, whenever you can, wherever you can, vote on the LOCAL level also.  Voting for representatives in your own community is just as important if not more than the big elections.

Young Americans, you could make or break this Presidential election.  You have a voice that will echo for decades to come.  So Register.  Vote.  Vote!

It is my hope that we have record turn outs for this election.  Pass it on.  Tell others to register now.

The positive aspect of any election is the right to be heard with your vote.

The more who vote the louder the voice!

P.S. my apologies to the makers of diet Faygo.

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One of these guys is going to end up YOUR President of the United States! So many of us complain about what we DON’T want! This is a time to have a voice for what you DO want. If you are anti-war…. vote for the candidate who is pro-peace! If you want better healthcare reform vote for the person who wants affordable healthcare. The choice is up to you.

There are so many negative posts about Obama and McCain (some are downright nasty). It makes one want to walk away from the media B.S., have a Pop-Tart and a diet Faygo rather than vote.

This election has forced the Democrats and the Republicans to really listen to what the average person wants! Not just the select few (who usually decide these political outcomes).

There are some out there who believe the average American doesn’t have the political background to make a well-informed decision.  So read what you can, view what you can, read blogs, newspaper articles, watch the networks, CNN, MSNBC, & Fox News.

The political hierarchy is watching to see if the average American is concerned about this election, but lets take this one step further.  Folks, whenever you can, wherever you can, vote on the LOCAL level also.  Voting for representatives in your own community is just as important if not more than the big elections.

Young Americans, you could make or break this Presidential election.  You have a voice that will echo for decades to come.  So Register.  Vote.  Vote!

It is my hope that we have record turn outs for this election.  Pass it on.  Tell others to register now.

The positive aspect of any election is the right to be heard with your vote.

The more who vote the louder the voice!

P.S. my apologies to the makers of diet Faygo.

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