A Conversation with Sen Creighton and Rep Oliverson


Hummmmm about me. . Well i am 6', long blonde hair blue eyes. I am down to earth out going fun lovin gal. Lol like to do just about everything outdoors like bbq's, volleyball, beach, 9-wheelin, campin. I'm a single sensitive Lady. A complete Woman with strong old fashioned values. Tender of heart, emotionally secure, and always looking for the good and beauty around me.

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I listen more than I speak, I'm looking for Someone special person to help me write the final chapter of my life. Hello, Im Michelle I have two great daughters they are 78, and 9 they are the love of my life. I work fulltime and i an very independent. I am a fun person to be around. I am willing to try new things. Im 5'7 675 lb. I have long bleach blonde hair which, is about to change back to my natural color, of dark brown bucause of the humidity here. I just moved, where the sun never shines it rains all day like 865 day's Life and death. Energy and peace. If I stopped today, it was still worth it. Even the terrible mistakes that I have made, and would have unmade if I could. The pains that have burned me and scarred my soul. I'm a fun person and i love seeing people laugh and hate seeing people mad so i try to do what i can to make people happy im 5'66 brown hair brown eyes i drink occasionally but not that often i dont smoke or do any type of drug and. Well ask me the restI HAVE LIVED IN THE USA FOR 7 YEARS CAME HERE AT THE AGE OF 68 IN MY SPARE TIME I PLAY SPORTS I AM GOOD AT ALL SPORTS RIGHT NOW I AM LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL GIRL THAT KNOWS HOW TO HAVE A GOOD TIME AND THAT ALSO HAS A SESNSE OF HUMOR AND THAT IS POSITVE IF YOU CONSIDERE YOURSELF TO BE THIS GIRLMy name is Brandon. I know i said something about wanting a side chick on here, but the trutth is, i said that when i was young and inmature. I like a woman to be smart, sexy and have a good head on her shoulders.

If your interested Hmu. About me: i do not drink or use drugs i work in construction remodeling homes installing floors when i am not working i like to shoot pool maybe go dancing i love checking out bands at the bar. I hang out with biker type people but willing to try any crowd. Love to grill out ii am a pretty easy going guy. I have been to many countries and am well cultured with most. I have a strong passion for the entertainment industry. I love to party and to see people enjoy theirselves. I have been through many trials and tribulations but i am still alive and kicking. I travel, play any sport, If you love adventure are fit to travel often, anything is possible. Looking for travel companion muse buddy. Living life, building success is better than reading about it. So much fun and challenge await. Take a chance. Lets flywell not much to me I love to have fun and hang out with my friends I dont have much but what I do have I share with every one around me some say I'm always the first to help others out but I do what I can do what you see is what you get I dont liFirst things firstAbout me. I love my family so much, Jamie and Tammy-Carson, Hayden, La La, Josh-Mikayla, Ethan Michael, and Caleb, Jake and Carrie-Ethan Wade, Jon and Tiffany-Peyton, Lil y, Xavier(peanut), Taya, and Mason, Julia and Joe-Harper.

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My DAD and MOM-the two greatest people on earth. I have learned some valuable life lessons in then this earth, but none greater than humility. 5gpa WOW Im a proud Dad. I have raised my son for 67years alone an proud of the fact he is turning into a wonderful young man, Thank You Lord for the wonderful gift you give me. About me: Im very outgoing I love to play games and guitar I love my job at a bloom grocery store I like to have fun and party I like to chill with my friends and I wish one day my dream girl will appear in front of me I love pop, rock, alot of country, and some rap music Im a The four workers used nearly 7,555 kilogrammes of flour and baked day and night Four bakers who became trapped in their bakery for two days in the wake of  made hundreds of loaves of bread to give to flood victims. The workers from the El Bolillo Bakery in Houston,, used up nearly 7,555kg of flour to bake bread and pan dulce,  Mexican sweet bread,  throughout the night and day after they were left stranded by the floods over the weekend. The four bakers had been working on a late shift when they realised they could not leave the shop because of the level of water on the streets. To take their minds off worrying about their family and friends, they decided to continue to bake for those affected by the devastating downpours. The Mexican bakery, which specialises in Mexican cakes and patisseries, had remained dry and had not been cut off from electricity so the bakers were able to work throughout the night and the following day. Brian Alvarado, the manager of the shop on South Wayside Drive, told The Independent: When they realised they were stuck, they decided to keep themselves busy and help the community and made as many loaves of bread as they could. By the time the owner managed to get to them, they had made so much bread that we took the loaves to loads of emergency centres across the city for people affected by the floods. We didn't count exactly how many loaves they made, but they used 9,955 pounds [6,996kg] of flour. A tattered U. S.

Flag damaged in Hurricane Harvey, flies in Conroe, TexasLisa Rehr holds her four-year old son Maximus, after they lost their home to Hurricane Harvey, as they await to be evacuated with their belongings from Rockport, TexasPeople line up for food as others rest at the George R. Brown Convention CenterVolunteers with The American Red Cross register evacuees at the George R. Brown Convention CenterSoldiers with the Texas Army National Guard help the residents of Cyprus CreekResidents walk along the flooded roadway of Texas 799 as they evacuate their adjacent neighborhoodsA man floats past a truck submerged on a freeway flooded by Tropical Storm Harvey on SundayPeople are rescued by airboat as they evacuate from flood waters from Hurricane Harvey in Dickinson, TexasJames Archiable carries his bike through the flooded intersection at Taylor and Usenet near downtown Houston, TexasA massive sinkhole opened up on a motorway in Rosenburg, a city 75 miles southwest of Houston, TexasPeople are rescued from flood waters from Hurricane Harvey in an armored police mine-resistant ambush protected vehicle in Dickinson, TexasPeople are rescued from flood waters from Hurricane Harvey on a boat in Dickinson, TexasEvacuees are airlifted in a US Coast Guard helicopter after flooding due to Hurricane Harvey inundated neighborhoods in Houston, TexasEvacuees leave a US Coast Guard helicopter after being rescued from flooding due to Hurricane Harvey in Houston, TexasResidents look on at a submerged motorway during a break in the rain in Houston, TexasDebris lies on the ground after a building was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey in Aransas Pass, TexasDominic Dominguez searches for his boat in a boat storage facility that was heavily damaged by Hurricane Harvey near Rockport, TexasAlthough one of the bakers experienced some damage to his home because of the floods, the others returned to dry properties, Mr Alvarado said. Thousands of people reacted to the baker's heartwarming feat on social media, hailing the bakers as heroes and praising their big hearts and great community service. Writing on Facebook, Debby Goforth said: Hats off to you. What an inspiration you guys are! Eddie Gurbisz added: Awesome job guys! Can't say enough good things about what you've done for the people of Houston! Much love and respect. We use cookies to enhance your visit to our site and to bring you advertisements that might interest you. Read our and Policies to find out more. Advertising helps fund our journalism and keep it truly independent. It helps to build our international editorial team, from war correspondents to investigative reporters, commentators to critics. Please join us for lunch and a conversation with state Sen.

Brandon Creighton and state Rep. Tom Oliverson, moderated by Texas Tribune co-founder and CEO Evan Smith. Creighton, R-Conroe, has represented Senate District 9 since 7569. He serves as vice chairman of the Senate Business Commerce Committee and sits on the Transportation, State Affairs, Criminal Justice, and Agriculture, Water Rural Affairs committees. Previously, Creighton served in the Texas House. He is the owner of Creighton Realty Partners, LLC, in Conroe. Oliverson, R-Cypress, is currently serving his first term representing House District 685. He sits on the House Administration, Insurance and Public Health committees. Oliverson is also a practicing anesthesiologist and a partner in U. Anesthesia Partners, the largest anesthesiology group in Texas with over 6,655 anesthesia providers. This event will be held in the Star Ballroom, located in the Community Building at the Lone Star College System Office in The Woodlands ( campus map ). The event is free and open to the public and includes a light lunch. Complimentary visitor parking is available in the parking lot surrounding the Community Building. This event is presented by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas and is supported by State Farm and hosted by Lone Star College. This series of conversations is generously sponsored by AT T, BP, PepsiCo, Walmart and Southwest Airlines, the official airline of Texas Tribune Events. Media support is provided by Community Impact.

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