I grew up in the Texas Panhandle. It’s home! I love the people and I absolutely love this community. Amarillo has a big heart! I started my radio career in 1995 when I walked into the Broadcasting Department of WTAMU. In 2001, I joined Mix 94.1 crew on Middays. In my free time, I spend time with the love of my life, hanging out on the patio and listening to music, and laughing. I love spending time with my son going to museums and talking about history, learning about Legos and of course everything having to do with Star Wars. He's also a music lover and he loves all the genres, from Classical to Current hits. When I have extra time, I love reading a good book, however I need some great book suggestions so send them my way. I will admit though, my Netflix addiction does take away from my reading, and it has a habit of completely stealing my Sundays. Thank you so much for spending a part of your day with me!
MEDIATHON: Help Us Purchase These Amazing MRI Goggles
Have you ever had to have an MRI? Most of us haven't, but if you have you know how uncomfortable it is in that MRI tube.
MEDIATHON: In The Hospital Kids Are Still Kids & Want To Play
Every single day the pediatric units of our hospitals are full or close to full with sick kids. No kid wants to be cooped up in a hospital room.
MEDIATHON: Help Us Help CMN Purchase New NICU Cameras
For most of us having a baby is a precious thing, bringing a new baby into this world is an amazing thing. However, for some families, their babies come into the world way too soon.
CMN Beads of Courage
CMN has an amazing program, it is called Beads of Courage. Every time a child comes into the hospital for a stay, for treatment, they receive a bead. Each bead represents something different. Sadly, as beautiful as these strands of beads are, some of these kids Beads of Courage are feet long.
Here are the Reasons to Give to the Children’s Miracle Network
These are some of the amazing families that have been helped by CMN. It's families like these that your donations help.
Best Places to Ring in the New Year in Amarillo
Wow, can you believe another year has flown by, we are on the tail end of 2018 and looking straight into 2019. It's time to celebrate a new year and here are the best places in Amarillo to ring in 2019.
Ring in the Noon Year with the Discovery Center’s Noon Year’s Eve
If you're kids are like the Energizer Bunny and keep going and going and....well they can make it to midnight,. However, as a younger kid it's tough to stay up until Midnight, (especially if they were up at 5am), to see the ball drop and ring in the New Year on New Year's Eve.
Finding the Perfect Stocking Stuffers
When it comes to the stocking, sometimes you just have to give Santa a little help. I remember back in the day stockings were filled with oranges and nuts and candy canes, but now days, they are fill with all sorts of things.
The Ceramic Christmas Tree is Making a Comeback
This year the ceramic Christmas tree is making a comeback.
Expect Slow Downs on Both Sides of I-40 this week and on Loop 335
Lots of patching work and repairs will be taking place this week especially if you travel I-40 and also Loop 335. Allow for extra time to get to your destination.
Loving Louis Needs His Forever Home
This sweet little guy is waiting for you at the Amarillo SPCA. He'd be perfect for someone who lives in a apartment or someone who loves small dogs.
The Yule Cat, A Christmas Cat That Will Eat You
It seems every year I learn about the weirdest things when it comes to Christmas. I remember the first year I learned about Krampus (long before a movie was mad) and then the Christmas pickle. This year I have learned about something called the Yule Cat.