April 23, 2008
Bon Jour Mes Amis!
Thought I’d send a quick note today to let you all know that the Blog has been recently updated. We have included overflow hotel details along with information on other hotels in the close vicinity. You’ll also find mosquito survival tips and a lesson on Cajun vs. Creole.
The Blog has received hits from Vancouver, WA. and Boston, Massachusetts all the way to Orange Park, FL. We’re getting a few hits from New Mexico and Missouri but none from Kansas. Please be sure to forward these emails to your colleagues. We will soon be offering a fabulous early bird door prize and the only way to win is through the Blog. Be sure to pay attention to the next few EduCajuns to receive clues on how to win that prize. So…bookmark the website and visit it often. Sign our guest book and tell us what you think.
Now it’s time! It’s time to start annoying you about buying an ad. It's time to get serious... We're working extremely hard to generate “bon temp” funds from Ad Sales. We can't do it alone. If you haven't placed your ad in the Conference Program, PLEASE DO IT TODAY! Ads are an allowable expense for you PHA, so don't put it off any longer. WE NEED YOU. The deadline for submission is May 21, 2008 and forms can be found on the SW Fest Blog or at file://www.swnahro.org/.
Allons A Lafayette pour Bon Temps,
Bon Amis! (Let's go to Lafayette for Good Times, Good Friends!)
Beer Drowning Boudreaux and Thibodeaux, casualties of the oilfield bust in the 80's, decided to leave Breaux Bridge and look for work in New Orleans. They quickly found jobs at the Abita Springs Brewery. They had been working only a couple of weeks when Boudreaux drowned in a beer vat. Management was very upset and asked Thibodeaux if he would return to Breaux Bridge to break the news to the Widow Boudreaux. Upon hearing the news, the Widow Boudreaux asked Thibodeaux if Boudreaux had suffered much. Thibodeaux replied, "I don't think so, as a matter of fact, he climbed out twice to go the bathroom