Monday, September 08, 2014

Thomaston Toastmasters at the Expo

Cameron:  Well, we survived everything that went wrong last week. 

Merci:  We hope this week will be injury-free for Jan, but with two toe injuries last week, we doubt it.

Cyndi:  We thought we would show you some photos from last Thursday.

Marcus:  Isn't that when Jan locked us up in the sauna and went off to have fun without us?

Percy:  Jan did not lock us in the sauna.  We don't have one.  It only feels like we do with the current heat and humidity. 

Rusty:  Jan went to the Thomaston-Upsonl Business Expo to help at the Thomaston Toastmasters table.  Jerry's photo is always in the paper because he gives speeches at various clubs and events.  He's a great source of historic information on the Civil War as fought in Georgia.

Marcus:  Was he there when it happened?

Micah:  Oh, no!  Jerry is much too young to have lived during the Civil War.  He's a history buff who can tell funny stories, so groups like to invite him to speak.

Sam:  Pam wasn't around for the Civil War either.  She is the Thomaston Toastmasters VP of Education.

Marcus:  You mean Jan is getting an education?

Buddy:  If she is, I hope it's in how to get her foot out of her mouth.  You never know what she'll babble when she's nervous.

Cyndi:  Here are a few other photos from the afternoon.  There was a big crowd and a lot of tables to visit.  It took Jan over an hour to stop at each one. 

Merci:  This is Fawne from Flint Rose Studio.  She's a good artist.  Stop by and Like her Facebook page.

Micah: The lovely lady on the right was Jan's insurance agent when Jan had a car. 

Marcus: It looks like Jan had fun. So why didn't she take us with her?

Buddy:  That's a good question, Marcus.  But if we'd gone, we'd have had to stand around and invite humans to the Toastmaster club.

Marcus:  Would we have gotten paid or had treats?

Cameron:  No pay, no treats, Marcus.

Marcus:  Then I'm glad I stayed home with you guys. 

Sam:  Do you think we should mention that Thomaston Toastmasters is also on Facebook?

Rusty:  We could but we don't have that many readers from Thomaston.

Percy:  But someone might see it from Pike County or Barnesville, or even Griffin.  So let's mention it. 

Buddy:  I thought we just did.


  1. Looks like Jan had a safe and happy day....a rarity it seems guys haaha :) what fun hugs and loves Fozziemum xx

  2. How cool! I'm part of Toastmasters, too. :)

    -Susan (therosiebee)

  3. That sure looked like a fun place to visit, Marcus you should have gone I know you'd have been a hit!

  4. Well! The peep had to go over to the facebook page to check out what Toastmasters was! She actually thought it was something to do with alcohol and drinking!! So you live and learn! MOL

    So which one is Jan?? ;)

  5. We're still thinking she should have taken yous!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley
    Mayorz For All Paws
    POTP For Greta!!!

  6. We laffed at Bev's comment about a SAFE day! No melted teapots in sight!!

  7. Good of you guys to let Jan out without supervision. But glad to know she made it home safely and is available once more to dole out the treats!

  8. That looks like a great time. We are glad Jan enjoyed her day!

    My best friend at work is in Toastmasters. He says it has done wonders for his confidence and self awareness. :)

  9. Looks like it was a day of fun and learning!
    And lots of smiles!!

    Good thing the power didn't go off in there, imagine all the table legs to stubb your tootsies on...

  10. oh how fun!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

  11. It looks like Jan had an interesting and fun day ! Purrs

  12. Wow looks like a lot of fun. Glad Jan had a day to hav fun. She deserves it.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

  13. we're glad jan hadda safe time there. we was afurraid that since you said somethin' about gettin' her foot outta her mouf, she mighta put the bitey onnit an' that woulda made it THREE owied toes!! ;-)


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