Between state-season burnout; the ever-evolving, confusing direction of Miss America leadership; busy summer schedules; national pageant in-fighting; a horrific family tragedy; the start of school; Miss America 2.0 changes; and dealing with our own complicated mess of kid-parent dynamics; I’ve sort of holed up and hunkered down. I’ve been putting priorities in other areas of my life – and rightfully so – and it has just made Miss America drama simmer to a low heat on the back burner.
Catch Part One and Part Two of this blog series to get all caught up. Today is Part Three, the final post of the New Era, Miss America blog series! I appreciate the opportunity to share my thoughts as somewhat of a “voice of reason” around hot topics. I’ve learned a few lessons in my…… Continue reading A New Era, Miss America, pt 3
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It’s a New Era for Miss America – but what does that actually mean? Come check out our thoughts on the blog!
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Welcome to Former Feature Friday! It’s time for Part Two with Miss Iowa 2007, and her thoughts on being Miss Iowa might surprise you 🙂