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Mrs. Idaho International Pageant!

I had the biggest pay off last night when I handed the award for being Miss Teen Idaho International 2nd runner up. I took it as a wonderful compliment!! I had a good laugh. I owe it to all of those years of staying out of the sun and the use of microdermabrasion and my wonderful sponsor Bella Royale Skin Care.

It was a fun night and now I am ready to put my pageant shoes away and get back to business bringing awareness to type 2 diabetes. With upcoming meetings with government officials and interview to be featured in a diabetes magazine, NNU’s health fair along with being the key note speaker at the Humphreys Diabetes Center for the upcoming weight loss challenge. I have my work cut out for me.

This is what I love about my life is helping other and helping them in their journey to a healthier happier life. Thank you to all my readers for your support kind e-mails and comments. I know I have not been able to get back to you as soon as I would like to but know I appreciate you!
Thank you to my supportive husband who I have been married to 16 years now and to my 3 wonderful Children who I adore.
This photo was taken with my favorite judge Troy McClain who was the runner up on the very 1st season of Donald Tumps “The Apprentice.” He was very fun to interview with.

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Mrs. Idaho International Pageant

My wonderful Pageant Sisiter’s in our opening number dress.
Back stage pageant night. 

Taken after interviews.
After losing 100 pounds and competing in this pageant sure had me reflect on this past year. What an amazing year it’s been. I have learned so much about myself. My love for helping others has grown and grown and I sure love all I have been able to do with my platform.
Here Pictures from Pageant weekend.Wow! What a wonderful weekend it was. Sorry it took me so long to post but after the pageant I spent some time sleeping and time with my family. I started getting back to normal life sometime late Monday.
I had so much fun in the the Mrs.Idaho International pageant. It’s been 20 yrs since I did a pageant and to be on-stage was amazing.
I am happy to report I got in the Top 5 of 19 wonderful woman. I also won the Spirit of pageantry award AKA: Mrs. Congeniality and the Community Service Award. Both meant so much to my heart. I loved my pageant sisters and the wonderful Miss and Teens I got to know.I also love my community and have just had the best experience being able to spread my message.
. A big thank you to all of my sponsors and to everyone that showed up to the pageant. Thank you to everyone who gave me so much support.
I also want to thank my wonderful personal trainer Rebecca Carington . She has stood by my side these past 9 weeks and really not only trained me but lifted my spirits so high each and every time we saw each other.
To my family who I love so dearly. Thank you for being there for me through this whole journey. I love and appreciate you so much. 🙂 Jill
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