Dave spent the last 14 years waking up Sacramento. Before that, Dave's done time in New York, Philly, Minneapolis, Denver, DC and...Is this boy on the lam or what? Now, he's shuffled down the Valley to start things up with all that great soft rock and the most fun you can have with your radio on. Turn it on first thing every day to join in. You never can tell what'll happen on this guy's show until it happens. In fact, Dave's not really sure what just happened 'til it already did. It IS very early. Just the cows and Dave up at this hour. Come on, belly up to our breakfast table. It's always a good time!
I was born and raised in Portland, Oregon and grew up with hippie parents that sold my brother and sister to the Gypsies and we lived in a VW Van - o.k. KIDDING! My husband Craig and I love to eat, camp, fish, eat, watch t.v., go to movies, eat, BBQ, hang out with friends, and did I say eat? We love to travel and we enjoy meeting new people and trying new things! It seems we are always trying to eat healthier and get active - I want to come to terms with fact I will never get back to my original weight - let's face it 7lbs and 6oz is not very realistic. Wake up with Dave and I and we'll have fun in the mornings and then spend your workday with me - I promise I will help make it go by faster with all of your favorite Soft Rock Music!
Get this. This Catholic school in New Jersey is taking a lot of heat for asking its female students to "act more like ladies" by making a pledge to NOT CURSE for 30 days. But here's the kicker. MALE students at Queen of Peace High School in North Arlington were instructed not to "swear in the presence of ladies" but were NOT required to make the no-cursing pledge.
Now, I'm not arguing that any of us should cuss like truck drivers but I'm thinking that we ALL should play by the same rules.
But wait, there's more. The plot thickens. Brother Larry Lavallee, the school's principle, claims that the girls have the dirtiest mouths. So, maybe the pledge DOES make sense.
I may have a solution. Just like Ralphie had to pay his dues for his potty mouth in "Christmas Story," maybe all our moms should track us step for step with a bar of soap and threaten to wash our mouths out with that thing if we get out of line.
An ounce of mom equals a pound of prevention. (photo by tokyobootcamp.com)