You may have heard that I had the unique opportunity to go “Over the Edge” and rappel from the rooftop of the Hampton Inn & Suites on Owensboro’s riverfront for MentorKids. It was one of the most amazing experiences of my life to date!
It's National Dog Day and I am celebrating by sharing pics of my dogs with you guys! As you all know (or likely know), all of my animals are rescues. And it just so happens that I have two rescued Bichon Frises, who may be the prissiest and most dramatic dogs in the world. Here are some pics of Dolly and Ellie!
I mean, what happened to me Thursday was just plain weird. I went through the drive-thru and when I was handed my drink, the guy said, "here's your drink and your free straw". What? Did I hear that right? A "free" straw?!
Have you ever wondered what the most expensive houses in Owensboro are? I have and, really, the only way to know is to check out the local realtor site and find out which ones are on the market and how much you'd have to drop to live in one.
To help with some of the confusion of car seat installation, Owensboro Health is partnering with local law enforcement agencies, offering area families a free opportunity to have car and booster seats professionally checked and installed. Bring anyone who regularly transports your child to the event to make sure they also know how to properly install the car seat.
It is National Secondhand Wardrobe Day and I am celebrating by confessing my love for thrift stores! There's nothing like a finding a great bargain at a cheap, super-affordable price. And I'm not ashamed to admit it. I will wear secondhand clothes in a heartbeat- if the look and the price are right. Check this out! I was broadcasting live from Goodwill's newest Owensboro location recently and decided to show you how can look like a million bucks . . . by spending just a few dollars on some amazing secondhand finds.
It was August 25th, 2011 that Brandon Mullins was killed in Afghanistan. The 2008 Apollo High School graduate had been stationed at Fort Wainwright, Alaska, but was in the Middle East on special orders with Operation Enduring Freedom. While serving there, his vehicle was attacked in the Kandahar province and the Owensboro, Kentucky native never made it back home. To mark the 5th anniversary of his death, his parents, Tommy and Cathy Mullins, have teamed with Gray Sky Music to record a song for their fallen son. It's called "Twenty One." And as powerful as the song is, you must watch the video through to its conclusion. It's the voice of Brandon that will ultimately give you chills and remind you that tomorrow is never promised. This is incredible.
I had a first on Wednesday. I donated blood to the Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center via their Bloodmobile. I've only had blood work done once, and it was about a month ago. Yes, I'm a newbie at having needles stuck in my arm, well, I'm saying new since I haven't had a flu shot in 2 years, but it was no big deal.
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