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.
Weird Bets You Can Make on the Super Bowl
The Super Bowl is coming up Sunday, and it will probably have very little to do with football. In addition to the snacks, beer, and commercials, there will be some odd little bets you can make, if you're so inclined, on everything from the length of the National Anthem to the number of times P…
Prep Yourself For the Super Bowl With Last Year’s 10 Best Ads
Dilly Dilly and Tide Ads caught on last year, and as we wait for the biggest Super Bowl commercials of 2019, these can refresh our memories and prep us for February 3rd.
Texas Police Are Warning Speeders With Cardboard Cutouts
This is catching on everywhere, and we think we'll be seeing more of it in 2019. Fake police officers like "Constable Scarecrow," that are cardboard cutouts made to look like real officers with radar guns. Will it work in East Texas?
East Texas Has Several of the Most Dangerous Jobs in the World
If we're inside an office all day, odds are that we're going to be safe and not have to worry too much about getting injured (or worse). But some of our neighbors in Texas are risking their lives by going to work at dangerous jobs every day, and it's not just the just the obvious one…
East Texas Pastor Gets Malaria on a Mission Trip
The pastor of a church on Van Highway in Tyler went on a recent mission trip to Africa and came back with a fever, chills, and body aches severe enough to land him in the hospital for four days. But he says he would do it all over again.
A Two-Pound Holiday Weight Gain Means You’re Normal
This time next week if the scale reads two pounds higher than normal, you're right there with the rest of humanity. That's the average weight gain during the holidays, but the truly surprising thing is how long it takes to get rid of it!
Longview Lobos Play For a State Championship Saturday
The Longview Lobos are on a serious roll. They've been mowing down opponents for almost four months, and now they're taking a perfect 15-0 record into the state title game this weekend.
Gifts That East Texas Teachers Really Want
Winter parties are happening this week at East Texas schools, and if you're looking to give a thank-you gift to a teacher that he or she will really appreciate, we've got several good ideas. And they're all affordable.
A Texas Guide to College Bowl Games
The college football bowl season (also known as cozy-pants-and recliner-season) starts this Saturday, and Texas is hosting nine of these big games over the next three weeks. There are four Texas teams playing in bowl games this year.
Gingerbread House Fail!
We try it each year, and each year we fail at making pretty ribbons with the icing and properly spacing out the gumdrops. But this might have been the worst gingerbread house fail so far with the dog adding his touch.
You’ll Spend $500 on Dinners and Drinks During the Holidays
Just when your budget was about to bust after buying toys, necklaces, and flat screens this month, prepare to fully blow it up with fancy appetizers and booze. We'll put $537 toward socializing during the holidays. And you'll never guess which seasonal drink is the most popular.
The Best Trees Have Ornaments With a Story
We'll probably walk past a hundred Christmas trees this season and never know the full story behind each ornament. The ones that have been hand-made by a relative can probably tell an important story if we take the time to ask.