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.
Watch Out For This Santa Scam
Tis the season for scams, and the last thing you need is to hand over your credit card information to a criminal that's posing as Santa. But how will you know?
Easy Holiday Treat Lets The Kids Use A Hammer
Some holiday treats are easier to make than others, and this one is a breeze. And, it lets the kids destroy something so it's pretty much a win-win.
East Texas Fast Food Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving
If you want to pick up a burger and fries on your way to eat turkey tomorrow, you'll have plenty of opportunities. A bunch of East Texas fast-food restaurants will be open.
Airlines That Are Blocking Middle Seats Right Now
The CDC doesn't want us to travel much if at all this Thanksgiving, but sometimes ya gotta go. If you're flying, there are two airlines that are leaving middle seats empty.
How To Order White and Blue Oreos For Your Next Cowboys Party
This could change Oreo-eating forever. Instead of settling for what's offered at the store, now we can choose the color of the filling and even put a picture of our favorite football team on the outside to level up the party.
5 Ways The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Will Be Different
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is changing so much this year, that it may be less of a parade and more of a stationary exhibit. But at least it's on!
5 Things To Buy In November
If you know when stores are moving out certain items to make room for holiday sets and seasonal products, you can save a bunch of money. And November is a great month to score some deals if you know where to look.
New Kohls Ad Captures 2020 Magic
After a year like this, we're bound to see some powerful ads over the holiday season and this is one of them. It has nothing to do with clothes or jewelry, and everything to do with the human connection.
5 East Texas Restaurants With Veteran’s Day Deals
There are several places around East Texas that want to thank a veteran with free or discounted meals on Wednesday, November 11. Don't miss these!
The Best Tyler Restaurants To Celebrate National Nachos Day
It's National Nachos Day, and there are ten great spots around Tyler that will help you celebrate.
Teachers Are Working Longer Hours Than Ever
Teachers are finding new ways to impact students through masks and on screens this year, and it means putting in longer hours than ever. Teachers, are you worn out?
The List Of Stores Closed On Thanksgiving Continues To Grow
Walmart and Target were among the first to announce they would be closed on Thanksgiving Day, and others are adding their names to the list as we speak.