Tuesday, August 9, 2011

RULE 32: ENJOY THE LITTLE THINGS

My busy week (from the previous post) was not over!!!  I was just sick of how long the post was...time for a new one! :)   The week was coming to a close, but there was no rest in sight!!  Next on the agenda?  A radio station interview in New York, then I was off to Tori's send off party for Miss America's Outstanding Teen!! She leaves in a few days for Orlando and I leave to support her on the 17th! I am so proud of her. Her wardrobe is stunning and I am so excited to see her dance on stage! Love you, girl!! Make Delaware proud! :)


Was this week over yet?!?! I THINK NOT! I had to wake up the next morning at 3....fail....to go to Oneida, New York,  for a wedding and an appearance!

http://www.oneidadispatch.com/articles/2011/08/05/life/doc4e3c979748058532573817.txt?viewmode=fullstory

YES.


Wedding = awesome. Congrats Joe and Ashley!!!

The next day was an appearance at the Hazel Carpenter Home to talk about my job as Miss Delaware and how someone prepares for the job of Miss America! I got to take a ton of pictures, sign autographs, and I might have met my future husband (who was 8...calm down...).  He dressed up so nicely just because he heard that I was coming.  So cute! 
Thank you to my wonderful grandmother and aunt for setting up this appearance! :)

Sidenote - there are some times when being Miss Delaware makes you feel like a total celebrity...example.... I finally got home to my grandmother's house to pack up for the return trip to good ol' Delaware.  My sister was outside on the front porch talking on the phone and I was laying on the couch...probably eating or something...my sister came in and said "Uhhh...Maria, someone is outside because he heard that Miss Delaware was here and he wants to meet you."  UNREAL...especially when you are not even in your own state!  Cool!!!!

My new friend, Trevor!


 If anyone can learn anything from my blog is it that I enjoy the simple things....even if it means someone standing outside my grandmother's house for 5 minutes and freaking my sister out JUST to meet me for 10 minutes.  BLESSED. BLESSED. BLESSED.



Another fun appearance was at the Delaware Feis (pronounced "FESH").  A feis is the name for a dance competition.  It was awesome because I am an Irish Dancer myself.  I have NEVER EVER EVER signed so many autographs in my entire life.  I think I literally went through 250...at least.  I got to meet dancers of all ages and levels.  It was so much fun!  I LOVE my Irish Dancing family!


Me with one of my dance students, Casey!  So proud of her!



HUGE BREAKING NEWS!!!!!!
I can't exactly say...I don't think.  Noone actually told me that I couldn't say it, but because it makes it cooler, I won't yet.  I will give you 3 hints....
1. It is for a national televsion show that everyone knows (or should know) about.
2. It is filming in Delaware.  I film next week.
3. It is kind of a big deal...

I will tell everyone in my next couple blogs!!!! I am SOOOOOO excited about it!! :))

Keep an eye out for VLOGS!!  I will be filming some, or at least different clips, for my blog.  It makes it cooler that way, right?

Check out this link :)  If you haven't seen my crowning video, then have at it! 


STILL CAN'T BELIEVE IT! STILL!


PS. I just told my mom that this particular post isn't that funny.  Her answer? "Life isn't always funny."  Personally, I think life is hilarious. 

* I like using capital letters when writing.  It makes things more fun to read.
* I miss my SVC friends :(
* I don't like HammerTime.  My tummy is sore.

Busy week ahead!  I will keep everyone posted!  Big things coming my way!

Stay chill and enjoy the little things!
              Maria Cahill


"Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight."

Proverbs 3:5-6





1 comment:

ARIN! said...

CAPITALS ARE AWESOME!!!!!!!! I AGREE

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