I'm originally from Chicago but moved to the Panhandle in 1986. I graduated from Canyon High School and went on to Amarillo College to learn all I can about radio. I've been on the radio for over twenty years and hope for many more. I love music, baseball, and the Investigation Discovery Channel. I have one daughter, Faith which you'll probably hear about on the air, one dog, Chipper, who is a Puggle, and Twilight the cat. You can find me at home cooking. I love to cook. I also love my Air Fryer and Instant Pot! What else does one need?
Could Steak and Ale Make a Comeback in Amarillo?
Oh, how I miss the nineties. Just like everything else I didn't know those were some of those good ol' days we always talk about. So many great things I miss about those days.
Where to Get a Great Mouth Watering Burrito in Amarillo
Amarillo is known for having some great restaurants. It really doesn't even matter what you are in the mood for we have a place to stop and satisfy that craving. If you are hungry we have the best places to go.
Remarkable Things You Will Find Thrift Store Shopping in Amarillo
Going on a treasure hunt can be a lot of fun. You never know what you are going to find. Spending a day out thrift shopping can be the same thing. Walking into a store and walking out with a find, is such a great feeling.
Take Advantage of Making Those Amarillo Dinners Easier and Better
When we were growing up we just could not wait to be adults, right? We could stay up as long as we wanted. We could do whatever we wanted. Life would be so much easier. Or so we thought.
Did You Know There’s Villages In The Texas Panhandle? Yes, Really.
What do you think of when you hear the word 'village'? Maybe the old adage 'It takes a village'? Village People? A far away place in Europe?
Free Amarillo Event to Get You Ready for Biggest Job in Your Life
Has parenting gotten even more difficult over the years? I think it has and there are some huge reasons why. The main one is technology. I had my one and only child towards the end of the nineties. We got our information from friends, family, and books. We read a lot to find out what we needed to know.
What Net-Zero and the Parade of Homes Have in Common
Springtime gets us thinking about our homes. Or may get us dreaming of owning a home. Those dreams are great to have especially when the Parade of Homes comes around. I just love this time of year.
Challenge Noted, Can You Find This Hidden Amarillo Neighborhood?
When I was told there was a hidden Amarillo neighborhood I thought I was being told an Amarillo Urban Legend. I have been here nearly forty years and have never heard such a thing. Besides, how could this actually be a thing?
When in Texas Do the Texas Thing, Try the New Ranch Ice Cream
I am really not against trying any kind of weird food. I mean I did try the pumpkin ramen, which by the way was nasty. I also tried the pumpkin Spam. I think I see a pattern here. I do try other things besides just pumpkin-flavored stuff.
Farewell to Dilla Villa! Demolition Approved For Potter County Memorial Stadium
You know I get it. We have this nice fancy ballpark in Downtown Amarillo. That has been something some people have wanted for a long time. I grew up here. I spent a lot of time going to baseball games.
It Takes Nothing to Be Kind During Sonic’s Rare Shortage
The thing about fast food is the fact that well it's very convenient. Oh, and Sonic has made it even more convenient. I mean how simple is it to open up the Sonic app and order?
Only My Stomach Says Thank You For Latest Amarillo Shortage
This shortage has really got me a little upset. OK, let's be honest it has me a lot upset. My stomach, on the other hand, thanks those involved. I have had a little break from it tearing my stomach up. Oh, but I love it.