Wishing all of the queens that are students/teachers, GOOD LUCK!! This semester may look a little different for you: you might be online, or maybe you’re attending in person. Either way, I wish you all the very best! I know things have been crazy lately, and it’s hard to try to settle back into a normal routine again. Stay safe, wear your masks, wash your hands, and always keep learning! Sending my love to all of my sisters!
<3 Miss MS
I was able to receive the opportunity to attend the groundbreaking of the Neighborhood Strong House hosted by United Way. United Way is leading a place-based strategy to dramatically improve the quality of life for our children and families. This is a great way to help children and teens to connect together and harvest a positive relationship between residents and law enforcement.
I am so fortunate to live where I don’t have to worry, but there are many places that do. It feels great to learn about other cultures as well as lend a helping hand to help feed someone in need. Last week my sister queen and I packed 31 boxes of food which will help feed 18 kids for a year. I couldn’t imagine not having food to eat so this meant a lot to me to help. Feed My Starving Child is a great organization here in my home state Of Arizona that does amazing things! So thankful I could join in helping others. We even got to pray over the box before it got shipped out!
Hello ACP Family!
How is the summer treating you? I hope you are all doing well and good. I’m dropping by to share refreshing summer recipe, perfect to enjoy on a hot summer day. It’s really easy!
Refreshing Summer Smoothie Recipe
Ingredients and supplies:
1 and a half cups of fruit of your choice. Fresh or Frozen will work
1 cup of ice
12 oz (or one can) of club soda or flavored seltzer water such as Bubly or La Croix (don’t be afraid to experiment with flavors! The combinations are endless)
A blender or food processor
Two glasses (This recipe serves two)
Add the fruit, ice, and club soda (add the club soda last to avoid splashing), to the blender. Place the lid on the blender and make sure it’s secure. Blend on medium speed for 30 seconds. Stop and stir everything around and then put the lid back on and blend for 30-60 seconds. That’s it! The smoothie is ready to serve. If you like, you may play with the consistency of the drink by adding more or less club soda, or more or less fruit, depending on how thick you want your smoothie.
I hope you enjoy this simple and tasty recipe. Feel free to experiment with different kinds of fruit and seltzer waters. What flavors are your favorite? You can’t go wrong with this summer treat, especially when you share it with someone you care about.
Ms. American Coronet 2020-2021
It is that time! I hope everyone is well and getting ready for school. Whether you are going back in person, or doing on-line school, it is almost time to prepare! Don’t forget to help others. Whenever I go to the store, I donate extra school supplies for military families. It is just a dollar here or there, but it makes a difference to someone.
I recently moved to Eastern Kentucky University and am starting as a football manager. We are looking forward to a season of Friday Night Lights and a semester of college.
Everyone take care!
Good morning and happy Wednesday everyone! Northern Michigan is busy as our cherry farmers are at work shaking and processing cherries to be shipped across the state, country and world! This is one of my favorite moments of summer because I love to see people supporting our local businesses and farm markets to keep our area thriving and being able to continue supplying such a sweet super fruit! Most people do not realize all of the benefits that cherries can give, but don’t worry because I can tell you! Cherries can relieve insomnia and are nature’s melatonin, they help with weight loss, lowers hypertension, prevents cardiovascular diseases, promotes healthy hair and your digestive system and can even help with anti-aging! I don’t know all these facts just because I’m in medical school, but you learn so much by being in an area that is abundant with cherry farmers and their products! Traverse City, Michigan is the Cherry Capital of the World and though cherries are beautiful to take pictures with, make sure you add them into your diet too because they are the superman of fruit and not to mention, super delicious!
I was given the opportunity to surprise a little girl on her birthday. Due to circumstances she was unable to have a party. Even if you don’t know someone a smile and a kind gesture can brighten someones day.
Good Sunday afternoon to everyone! These last few weeks have been a crazy whirlwind of being accepted into my dream medical school, organizing and setting up events that I can safely attend and then becoming a certified nursing assistant! As some of you know, I have dealt with medical issues in the past and I had so many CNAs that inspired and motivated me to get better and I am so excited to start my medical career in helping, inspiring and motivating people to strive to get better as well! I was able to share my story with the class about my struggle with anorexia and advocated my platform of “Staying•HopeFull.” I also shared how important it is to be compassionate and understanding in the medical field as you never know what someone may be going through. I’ve been a patient before and now I am a medical professional and I am so excited to be able to help others with respect and compassion as I know what it’s like. I look forward to attending Grand Valley State University in the fall, continuing my education in becoming a Physician Assistant while helping others working as a CNA! I hope everyone is continuing to stay safe and much love to everyone!
It has been a while since I have been able to be online. Ever since I became an essential worker, things have been super busy. I’ve found myself becoming extremely tired nowadays, but it’s all so worth it! Being an essential worker has taught me so much and helped me find new appreciation for those that help keep our community running. Now that I am finally getting some time off for myself, I am able to start focusing on some more of my service projects. Wishing you all the best and hoping that you stay safe!
<3 Miss MS
While we here in the Old Line State are doing well. It is still hard to get out and volunteer during the pandemic and most of our local events have been canceled due to the pandemic but fear not there are still ways to spread love and kindness in our communities. A friend and I painted some kindness rocks and spread them around our community. For those of you who may be unaware a kindness rocks are painted rocks you hide in plain sight for others to find and brighten there day. Hopefully these little tokens of love and kindness are found and someone enjoys them.
Amber Haight Miss Old Line State 2021
Yesterday should have been a happy day but mom and I had the TV on and learned that a police officer in my city was shot and didn’t make it. I was said he has 2 boys my age. We later learned the cops name and he is my uncles good good friends son.
We are all so sad rest in heaven Officer Dia.
Thank you for serving the city 💙 🙏
I just wanted to wish everyone a Happy and Safe Fourth of July! There is also an eclipse tonight, you may be able to see it, depending on where you are at. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend as well.
Ms. American Coronet
Happy Independence Day America! Wishing all of my sister Queens a beautiful day of celebration, and thanking all of the men and women past and present for the freedoms we have!
Happy 4th of July everyone! My family and I went to Niagara Falls a few days ago and it was fun! I also got to watch Hamilton when it came out on Disney+. Today we celebrate our freedoms. Have a great and safe day.
Happy 4th of July ACP family. As we head into this holiday weekend it’s unlike any we’ve had before. Remember to stay safe and healthy this year.
Happy 4th of July
Miss Old Line State 2021