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Students, faculty and administrators in each of the school that you presented were entertained and amazed by your skills and motivated by the message you shared with the audience. Your passion and enthusiasm are very inspiring, and your amazing jump rope performance will long be remembered.

 

Joyce J. Lutrey, Ph. D. | DoDEA Pacific Area Superintendent/CIA
Osan American Middle School
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April 16th

I'm working like mad getting ready to head out to Pennsylvania today. I've got 2 shows tomorrow at a couple of different elementary schools and it should be fun. This is one of my rare days that I have a late flight instead of the usual 6 am ones. The only thing I worry about when taking a late flight is that there is some sort of delay that will cause me to miss my connection and then I can't get there until the following day. I haven't had it happen yet, but there have been a number of close calls over the years that thankfully the airlines were able to save me from. I have to give props to American Airlines on helping me with this. I had one trip to St. Louis a couple years ago and I was supposed to switch to United to get there, but my flight was delayed out of Tulsa which meant I would miss my connection. The agent worked for about 30 minutes on my problem before getting me moved up to First Class and routed me through a different city. The important thing I noticed that day is it makes a world of difference how you treat the agents when you have a problem. The guy in front of me started yelling at a different agent when he found out, and they couldn't help him, I made sure to be really considerate to the person I was talking to and he made things work out for me. The moral, treat people better than they deserve (I'm not saying this guy deserved it, but in a case where they do, still treat them nice). Attitude and manners are so important, never let them slip.
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