Mornings with Bob Robbins 5-10am Monday-Friday
Jennifer is originally from Morrilton, Arkansas. Graduated from there in 1992 and then from UCA in Conway in 1997. She is married to Micah Hines. They have two sweet little girls, Madison (7) and Willow (1 year in Sept), and two pets-Phineas(Guinea PIg) and Ferb (Chinese Sharpei).
Call someone a “wonder wench” these days and you may be met with a confused look, followed by a smack in the face.
But if you know your history, you that this compliment actually refers to someone who is a “sweet heart.”
Here are some other long-forgotten phrases that might be fun to bring back:
Wynonna Judd and her husband Cactus Moser share their journey in the documentary Wynonna & Cactus: The Road Back. The show chronicles their lives after the accident that nearly took Cactus' life. Wy says, “We’ve been documenting our healing process because together we wanted to look back on our journey. We finished the new music and the documentary at the same time, so it feels right to share both in hopes that our story can encourage others who are going through a similar experience.”
The documentary premieres Monday at 9 p.m. our time on GAC.
fun-filled Day for families. They have a Super Hero 1K race for kids, a Super Hero costume contest, bounce house, fire trucks, face painting, a costume parade and a 5K race for adults. This year the fun will happen on Saturday,April 6th from to and I will be the emcee for the event. To find out more details and sign up for all the fun, just go to HopeandJustice.org. My hubby, girls and I will al be there dressede up. I hope we see you there, too!!
On Sunday at 2 a.m., most Americans will spring their clocks forward for Daylight Savings Time, but not everyone's happy about it.
A petition asking for the elimination of Daylight Savings Time has turned up on the White House's "We the People" website. It urges President Obama to eliminate the "archaic practice" of changing our clocks two times a year. The petition needs 100,000 signatures to get a response from the White House and so far it's a long way off with only about 6,400 as of Thursday evening.
State legislators in Nevada are considering a bill that would make texting while walking illegal.
It wouldn’t matter if you committed the “crime” on the Las Vegas Strip or on a quiet residential street.
The penalty for the first two offenses would be a warning – with the third being a whopping fine of $250.
While those people not aware of their surroundings can be annoying, is this sort of law really necessary?