Miss Connecticut 2006

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Saturday, July 29, 2006

Redirecting you...

I'm having difficulty getting used to this format, so I've moved my blog over to here:

http://missct2006.livejournal.com/

You don't have to be a registered user to view it. Please update your bookmarks accordingly!

Thanks
Heidi

10 Comments:

  • At 5:06 PM, Blogger CenterStage920 said…

    Heidi! Your blog is great! I have been waiting to see pictures. I'm glad to finally come across some. Your official pictures for Miss America are STUNNING. I can't wait to see more. Hope all is well!
    ~Dana Daunis

     
  • At 8:19 AM, Blogger realdeal1969 said…

    nice guys!

    To every guy that's said, "Sex can wait."

    To every guy that's said, "You're beautiful."

    To every guy that was never too busy to drive across town to see you.

    To every guy that gives flowers and a card when your sick.

    To every guy who has given you flowers just because.

    To every guy that said he would die for her.

    To every guy that really would.

    To every guy that did what you wanted to do.

    To every guy that regrets hurting you.

    To every guy that cried in front of you.

    To every guy that you cried in front of.

    To every guy that holds hands with you.

    To every guy that kisses you with meaning.

    To every guy that hugs you when your sad.

    To every guy that hugs you for no reason at all.

    To every guy who would give their jacket up.

    To every guy that calls to make sure you got home safe.

    To every guy that would sit and wait for hours just to be able to see you for ten minutes.

    To every guy that would give his seat up.

    To every guy that just wants to cuddle with his special movie partner.

    To every guy that reassured you that you are beautiful no matter what..cuz he believes in you.

    To every guy who told his secrets and fears to you.

    To every guy that tried to show how much he cared through every word and every breath.

    To every guy that thought maybe this could be the one.

    To every guy that believed in your dreams.

    To every guy that would have done anything so you could achieve them.

    To every guy that never laughed when you told him your dreams.

    To every guy that walked you to your car.

    To every guy that wasn't just trying to get LAID!!!!

    To every guy that actually listened.

    To every guy that gave his heart only to have it shoved back in his face.

    *****TO EVERY GUY THAT PRAYS THAT SHE IS HAPPY EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT WITH HER.*****

    This one is for you...

    Not all girls appreciate nice guys. There's not many of us left out there.

    "Nice guys dont always finish last." LLD

     
  • At 9:12 AM, Blogger Torrance said…

    Dear Miss Voigt,

    I was THRILLED you won Miss Connecticut! You are, without question, the most beautiful and accomplished representative Connecticut ever has had and I want you to win Miss America so badly. Wishing you the best of luck. If you need any evening gowns or preparation assistance, please write me. Sincerely, Torrance

    TorranceBartholomew@Yahoo.com

     
  • At 11:29 AM, Blogger freddy said…

    hey heidi, congratulations on making it soo far, youve come a long way since being the individualistic and spontaneous teen from high school. good luck and hope to see you more on tv as miss america.

     
  • At 1:22 PM, Blogger andrew Dorr said…

    dear heidi,
    i teach english at avon high school. my students and i have finished reading the novel speak, by laurie hals anderson, which centers around a fifteen year old female protagonist who finds it impossible to articulate her story about how she was raped at a party the previous summer. Her friends have abandoned her, her parents are occupied with their own daily struggles, and her teachers seem alien and completely disenfranchised from their students' lives. it's not until the very end of the story (a memoir/testimonial) that she finds her voice and begins her slow but certain journey into the light. the students, particularly the female students, are incredibly drawn to this book. it's generated an enormous amount of discussion about rape, abuse, harassment, etc. i'm wondering if you'd ever be willing and/or able to speak to my class, to the school - anything, about this subject. i'm sorry if this is inappropriate or presumptuous- I don't mean for it to be. I'm trying to take the issue beyond my classroom. If it isn't, please email me at school. Thanks so much and thanks for the work you've done up to this point. sincerely, adorr@avon.k12.ct.us

     
  • At 1:22 PM, Blogger andrew Dorr said…

    dear heidi,
    i teach english at avon high school. my students and i have finished reading the novel speak, by laurie hals anderson, which centers around a fifteen year old female protagonist who finds it impossible to articulate her story about how she was raped at a party the previous summer. Her friends have abandoned her, her parents are occupied with their own daily struggles, and her teachers seem alien and completely disenfranchised from their students' lives. it's not until the very end of the story (a memoir/testimonial) that she finds her voice and begins her slow but certain journey into the light. the students, particularly the female students, are incredibly drawn to this book. it's generated an enormous amount of discussion about rape, abuse, harassment, etc. i'm wondering if you'd ever be willing and/or able to speak to my class, to the school - anything, about this subject. i'm sorry if this is inappropriate or presumptuous- I don't mean for it to be. I'm trying to take the issue beyond my classroom. If it isn't, please email me at school. Thanks so much and thanks for the work you've done up to this point. sincerely, adorr@avon.k12.ct.us

     
  • At 1:24 PM, Blogger andrew Dorr said…

    dear heidi,
    i teach english at avon high school. my students and i have finished reading the novel speak, by laurie hals anderson, which centers around a fifteen year old female protagonist who finds it impossible to articulate her story about how she was raped at a party the previous summer. Her friends have abandoned her, her parents are occupied with their own daily struggles, and her teachers seem alien and completely disenfranchised from their students' lives. it's not until the very end of the story (a memoir/testimonial) that she finds her voice and begins her slow but certain journey into the light. the students, particularly the female students, are incredibly drawn to this book. it's generated an enormous amount of discussion about rape, abuse, harassment, etc. i'm wondering if you'd ever be willing and/or able to speak to my class, to the school - anything, about this subject. i'm sorry if this is inappropriate or presumptuous- I don't mean for it to be. I'm trying to take the issue beyond my classroom. If it isn't, please email me at school. Thanks so much and thanks for the work you've done up to this point. sincerely, adorr@avon.k12.ct.us

     
  • At 1:24 PM, Blogger andrew Dorr said…

    dear heidi,
    i teach english at avon high school. my students and i have finished reading the novel speak, by laurie hals anderson, which centers around a fifteen year old female protagonist who finds it impossible to articulate her story about how she was raped at a party the previous summer. Her friends have abandoned her, her parents are occupied with their own daily struggles, and her teachers seem alien and completely disenfranchised from their students' lives. it's not until the very end of the story (a memoir/testimonial) that she finds her voice and begins her slow but certain journey into the light. the students, particularly the female students, are incredibly drawn to this book. it's generated an enormous amount of discussion about rape, abuse, harassment, etc. i'm wondering if you'd ever be willing and/or able to speak to my class, to the school - anything, about this subject. i'm sorry if this is inappropriate or presumptuous- I don't mean for it to be. I'm trying to take the issue beyond my classroom. If it isn't, please email me at school. Thanks so much and thanks for the work you've done up to this point. sincerely, adorr@avon.k12.ct.us

     
  • At 1:26 PM, Blogger andrew Dorr said…

    dear heidi,
    i teach english at avon high school. my students and i have finished reading the novel speak, by laurie hals anderson, which centers around a fifteen year old female protagonist who finds it impossible to articulate her story about how she was raped at a party the previous summer. Her friends have abandoned her, her parents are occupied with their own daily struggles, and her teachers seem alien and completely disenfranchised from their students' lives. it's not until the very end of the story (a memoir/testimonial) that she finds her voice and begins her slow but certain journey into the light. the students, particularly the female students, are incredibly drawn to this book. it's generated an enormous amount of discussion about rape, abuse, harassment, etc. i'm wondering if you'd ever be willing and/or able to speak to my class, to the school - anything, about this subject. i'm sorry if this is inappropriate or presumptuous- I don't mean for it to be. I'm trying to take the issue beyond my classroom. If it isn't, please email me at school. Thanks so much and thanks for the work you've done up to this point. sincerely, adorr@avon.k12.ct.us

     
  • At 6:37 PM, Blogger RichT said…

    Hello Heidi, I have some nice pix from a benefit ride you took part in a couple of weeks ago. Please contact me at videorich@hotmail.com to view the pictures go to www.video-grams.photoreflect.com Thanks for what you do and keep up the good work.
    Peace always,
    Rich

     

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