Wow, what a year 2008 is already starting to be. For starters, I'm no longer at Kicks 104.9 in Green Bay. Aaron was accepted into the Fire Science program at MATC in Milwaukee, so we packed up and moved in with my in-laws in Oak Creek for a little while. Some people are wondering if we moved because the Packers lost to the Giants. I can honestly tell you, we still love the Packers and it will be weird not seeing Lambeau on a regular basis.
I'm currently interviewing for a few jobs and I hope to land something soon. I swear, finding a job is a job in itself (too bad I don't get paid for it).
Anyways, I hope this new year finds you healthy and happy. Aaron and I are so happy to be close to family again. It was sad to say goodbye to our friends in Green Bay, but we're only 2 hours away and I know we'll be back up for training camp in the summer.
Wednesday, January 2, 2008
Are you ready for the playoffs? One of the biggest things I love about living in Green Bay is the Packers and nothing beats the excitement of the playoffs. Plus, the Packers are hosting a free playoff pep rally at Lambeau on January 11th. Tickets will be available this Friday at the Packers' ticket office. Hopefully I'll see you in line this Friday.
Monday, December 31, 2007
Join me tonight for the Kicks 104.9 New Year's Eve Bash at Purcell's Lounge inside the Radisson. It's live music with Nashville Pipeline and it's a chance for you to win Martina McBride concert tickets or even a trip for two to Nashville. All the fun starts at 8:30 pm. For more information click here and get ready to ring in the new year!
Friday, December 21, 2007
I can't wait for the holidays! This weekend Aaron and I head home and hopefully get a lot to eat and get a lot of sleep! Plus, at my in-laws house, there's a new puppy and a kitty so that'll be fun. But wherever you're headed this Christmas, I wish you safe travels and an opportunity to be with loved ones! Merry Christmas!
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Tonight Aaron and I finally get to decorate our Christmas tree! We have the ornaments out and all the lights blink and the star is out of the box and ready to go on top. What's even more exciting is that they're calling for snow tonight!
Christmas is our favorite time of the year. We met at Christmas and seven years later we got engaged at Christmas! Whatever you have planned this holiday I hope you to get to spend it with the special people in your life.
Friday, November 30, 2007
Yeah, the snow is coming! To me, the holidays are always better with snow! The Weather Channel is calling for seven inches by tomorrow night, which means I'll do some Christmas shopping tonight. That way I can sit and enjoy the snow from my window at home tomorrow night.