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!
We love to eat, camp, fish, eat, watch t.v., go to movies, eat, BBQ, hang out with friends, hang out by the pool, play video games, cook, and did I say eat?
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.
Come on, get your day started with Dave and I then spend your workday with me - I promise I will help make it go by faster with all of your favorite Soft Rock Music!
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Hi, I'm Teri Ann and I Co-host the Morning Show with Dave Thomson and I also keep ya company while you're working!
Listen for great music, Hollywood news, lifestyle fun, prizes and more!
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We have been married over 15 years and are as happy as can be! We love to travel and explore new places. Tropical locations have been our favorite so far! It's nice to get away to the perfect tropical beach and we have been lucky to find some really nice ones! See my slide shows from trips we have taken below.
We love our cats and our dog and they are like 'kids' to us. Except they don't ask for the car keys and we don't have to pay for college...lol!
Craig and Olive our rescue Beagle:
Our kitty Emily aka "Princess Emily Muffin Pie"
Our other cat Boris, aka "Borisaurus Rex"
We love t.v.! Reality shows are some of our favorites! We love cooking shows too. Top Chef, Food Network, Survivor, American Idol, Biggest Loser, Hell's Kitchen, Masterchef, Glee, the list goes on and on!
We love to explore, travel, cook, watch movies, play online and going out to eat! We enjoy hanging out with our family, a good BBQ and friends. We are pretty laid back people who enjoy life and all it has to offer!
Here is a slide show of some of our trips around the world...we have more places we would love to visit, but here are few we have crossed off our list and some that we want to go back to over and over again!
www.ccspca.com- I am a HUGE supporter of anything animals! Please adopt a shelter animal today...they need you! www.locogringo.com - My favorite site for information and traveling along the Mayan Riviera in Mexico! All places from Cancun south to Belize.
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HALLOWEEN IS EXPENSIVE!
Ghosts, goblins and things that go "bump in the night" are frighteningly fun during the Halloween season. The holiday that celebrates all things dark and wicked has become the nation's second-largest holiday, raking in over $8 billion in sales. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), the average American will spend about $80 this year on candy, costumes and decorations.
Price of Costumes For kids going trick-or-treating, you can find Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Spider-Man costumes. Child-sized costumes will typically cost you around $30 to $40, not including some additional spooky make-up and a handy sack for collecting all those treats.
Examples of Pricier Costumes If you love all things Batman, a leather, form-fitting Batgirl costume complete with a mask and boots can be purchased for $399. If you're a "Star Wars" fan, you can purchase a Stormtrooper outfit for $999.99. Alternatively, you can spend less money and be Darth Vader, for a mere $799.
Price of Candy If the price of costumes isn't in your budget, perhaps you'd just like to indulge in some candy for the holiday. Americans will spend an average of nearly $22 on candy this year. Before you indulge too much, consider that the average kid collects between 3,500 to 7,000 calories on Halloween. Those kids will have to walk for nearly 44 hours or play for 15 hours to work off the calories from all of those treats.
The Bottom Line The National Retailers Federation states that, "when the economy is down, Halloween spending soars." The reason is simple. People need something to celebrate, and they need to have some fun. After spending nearly two months planning and preparing for this deliciously ghoulish holiday, remember to carve a pumpkin and enjoy passing out the candy. Get creative with your costume instead of breaking the bank.
Weathering the storm:
Julia Alemany’s road to motherhood on Tuesday included an epidural by flashlight, an anxious escape down eight flights of stairs and a harrowing trip in an ambulance that was struck by a tree branch in the storm.
She was told she’d have to evacuate, but begged for pain relief until doctors agreed to give her a low-dose epidural.
In her pitch-black hospital room, an anesthesiologist administered the drug into her spine by flashlight and the glow of a couple of cell phones as labor pains wracked her body.
She was still in pain as three burly security guards put her on a sled and hustled her down eight flights of stairs, flashlights leading their way. Some had headlamps, making them look more like coalminers than medical staff, but the staff were kind and encouraging, she said.
“They must have asked me if I was OK 20 million times,” Alemany said.
As she and her husband were loaded into an ambulance with an NYU nurse, the epidural was starting to wear off. Then she heard a question from her driver that was the last thing she wanted to hear: “Do you know how to get to Mt. Sinai?”
The driver of the ambulance was a FEMA employee from California who had just arrived to help during the storm.
The nurse was able to instruct the driver, but the ambulance still had to navigate storm-ravaged streets as the rain and wind pounded the city. Maddeningly, cops diverted the ambulance several times as it made its way north. A tree branch even fell on the vehicle.
“I hope you don’t have this baby in the ambulance!” Alemany recalled the nurse telling her.
At midnight, Alemany, originally from Barcelona, arrived at the hospital. Her obstetrician, Dr. John Wirth, was able to wrangle a taxi and race to Mt. Sinai in time. Forty minutes after she arrived at Mt. Sinai, little Micah Alemany-Markus finally appeared at 12:48 a.m., weighing 7 pounds, 15 ounces
Cee Lo Green is the target of an LAPD sexual battery investigation, TMZ has learned ... but the singer is adamant he did NOTHING wrong.
Law enforcement sources tell us ... a woman recently filed a police report with the LAPD, accusing "The Voice" judge -- real name Thomas DeCarlo Callaway -- of a sexual assault.
The LAPD is mum on the identity of the alleged victim, when and where the incident allegedly occurred, and what Cee Lo allegedly did.
Cee Lo tells TMZ he categorically denies ANY wrongdoing. In fact, the singer says he hasn't been to the restaurant in question in 3 months ... and insists, "Nothing ever happened there or anywhere else."
Jessica Simpson'sHalloween costume is scary sexy!
The singer, who has reportedly dropped 60 pounds since joining up with Weight Watchers, flaunted her amazing figure in a very tight-fitting wench costume.
With some killer cleavage and hot new extensions, Jessica looked great alongside fiance Eric Johnson (in a Braveheart costume) and their baby daughter, Maxwell ... who was dressed as the most adorable rooster ever.