I've been on the air in East Texas since 1999, and in radio for my whole adult life. I've been single, married, and single again, and weeding through the dating apps as a single mom of three girls is quite the adventure. It all leads to one fun and embarrassing story after another for the radio show. We chat about fitness and exercise, relationships, and workplace experiences, pop culture news, kids, and things that bother us and make us laugh and bawl our eyes out too. Faith, fitness, and family are really important to me, and I love shopping and sports too. My daughters crack me up and ask odd questions and challenge me, and you'll hear me talking about wild parental adventures with them too. Life is full and a little nuts, so let's hang out and do it together. It's better with friends, and sometimes vodka.
Salvation Army Starts Its Christmas Fundraiser Early
Dropping coins into Red Kettles on the way into the store used to seem so simple, but now with a coin shortage and a pandemic, the Salvation Army has to find a new way to accomplish its mission of helping hundreds of East Texas families.
The Best Texas Spots To Vacation Alone
East Texans who love having time to themselves are taking "solomoons." A vacation by yourself might be the most refreshing thing you'll do in 2020.
Chick-fil-A’s Secret Menu Item Is A Huge Challenge For Employees
The newest secret menu item at Chick-fil-A is so obscure that most employees don't even know how to make it.
Should We Be Worried About Chemicals in Sunscreen?
So, it only takes one day for 4 of the big chemicals in sunscreen to get into our bloodstreams apparently. As a mom (and wearer of sunscreen), this freaks me out a little.
The 3 Biggest Reasons Texans Wear Shorts All Year
You know it's going to happen. A couple of months from now when most of us are bundled up head-to-toe battling the wind and cold rain with hats, thick coats, and cozy lined pants, some other brave soul will walk by in shorts. What possesses these people?
Huge Marijuana Field Seen from the Air is Destroyed in Texas
It was an enormous field of marijuana plants, seen from the air by a helicopter with the Drug Enforcement Administration.
All Texas High School Athletes May Have to Get EKGs Before Playing
It's rare, but there have been stories of high school athletes suffering heart issues on the field, and there's been more than one death. One of those stories is too many.
New Texas ‘Two Steps, One Sticker’ Law Means One Sticker on Your Windshield
It's March, and that means the new Texas law has just gone into effect which will lead to just one sticker on your windshield instead of two.