Hi there! Radio has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. My first on-air performance was at the age of three on a jingle in Temple, Texas. From then on, despite a professional journey that has lead me through theatre, TV, media research and more, radio has always been my first professional love. I also enjoy and am an advocate for, the arts in all its various forms. I grew up in a creative household, and I have a natural attraction toward wordsmithery and creative endeavors. My basic life philosophy can be summed up in the words of the great Bill and Ted: “Be Excellent to Each Other.” In addition to music, of course, I also love writing, history, documentaries, films, conversation, kindness, animals, and basically most things. Wait... Wait. There are a couple of things I don’t love, like yogurt-covered raisins. Just no. Speaking of eating, I also enjoy culinary endeavors in the kitchen and have a certificate in plant-based nutrition, but I'm a "selective omnivore." I’ve lived all over Texas, but after receiving my BA in Theatre and Communication from McMurry University, I came back to East Texas. It’s an honor to share the day with you. X
Inactivity Is Literally Killing Us–And It Isn’t All Our Fault
"Every year an estimated 5.3 million people from causes related to inactive living--roughly the population of Norway."
How to Make Your Burgers Taste as Good as Your Favorite Restaurant
Is it the seasonings we use? The quality of the beef? Do we need to utter some kind of magic spell over them as they cook?
Here's some help.
Here's some help.
Peeps-Flavored Pepsi for Easter? Get Ready for ‘Peepsi’
Todd Kaplan, VP of Marketing at Pepsi said “after what has been a very difficult year, many consumers are looking for new things to smile about."
I Found Some Treasures In Pandora’s Box In Frankston
Looking for an East Texas spot where you can find unusual items? You may find them at this little store filled with all kinds of treasures in Frankston.
How to Help Your Graduating Senior Start Life Financially Strong
Young adults have the gift of time. One of the kindest things you can do for your kids is to teach them to be responsible with their finances.
Keep Your Customers Loyal After a Tough Year in East Texas
There's no denying that staying over the red line is more challenging now. A crucial part of accomplishing that? Incredible customer service. Here's help.
Weight Loss: Why I *Strongly* Recommend A Calorie-Tracking App
It's not about a rule-based, panic-inducing practice, but it's a good way to gauge the reality of what you're taking in and working off every day.
It’s National Puppy Day–Take a [LOOK] at Many Favorite Breeds
I confess it's hard for me to fully accept that we somehow get to share our lives with puppies/dogs. Honestly, I wonder sometimes if we even deserve them.
The (Incredibly Delicious) ULTIMATE Salad For Springtime
Always a welcome addition to any gathering, this salad is not only BEAUTIFUL but it tastes amazing. Perfect for spring (or summer) as a side or a main dish.
Can’t Take A Trip? Why Not Explore Our East Texas Towns?
Sometimes we take the towns we live in for granted. We don't always realize the charm they have for, say, road trippers from OTHER towns passing through.
Asian Texans Say They No Longer Feel Safe [VIDEO]
For some Asian-Texans, this is the first time they've ever felt unsafe in their own communities.
What’s the ‘Baby Moses Law?’ Now, One Texas Representative Wants to Expand it
The law states a parent may drop their baby off at certain places: police station, hospital, or fire department--as long as the baby is no older than 60 days.