Christmas 2010 - passion for rodeo and are blessed with the...

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December 2010 To Our Family and Friends, As we count our blessings this year we warmly think of each of you and wish you a very Merry Christmas! We are officially empty nesters. Lauren began her freshman year at Texas A&M University in August. She has decided to pursue Petroleum Engineering like her Dad. She loves being an Aggie, with there many traditions including, standing during the football Both of the kids are involved in Intercollegiate Rodeo. Lauren was given a partial four year scholarship to Texas A&M for rodeo. Donnie transferred to McNesse University in Lake Charles, LA. Both rodeo in the Southern Area Conference which is great for Joe and I to cheer and support both at the same rodeos. Lauren is running barrels with her beloved horse, Gucci, and Donnie continues to ride bareback. They share a
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Unformatted text preview: passion for rodeo and are blessed with the talent needed to compete and be successful. In addition to college rodeo Donnie competes in PRCA (pro-rodeo), United Professional Rodeo Assoc. and Cowboy Professional Rodeo Assoc. He bought a used camper for the back of his truck and has traveled as far as Nebraska with many points in between to rodeo. Joe’s business involves quite a bit of travel. In December alone he spent the first two weeks in Spain and then Alaska. He is very happy having his own business. During November I had ablation performed on my heart for the second time in two years to correct an arrhythmia. We look forward to sharing this Christmas with Joe’s Mom, my sister Donna and her two children Brian and Sarah. May you all be blessed in 2011 with a Happy and Healthy New Year! Love, Joe, Diane, Donnie and Lauren...
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course ECONOMICS 2301 taught by Professor Ginn during the Spring '11 term at Texas A&M.

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