What Mom REALLY Wants
Mom wants a night of uninterrupted sleep for Mother's Day, according to SWNS Digital. Out of 2,000 mother's surveyed, 43 percent said resting in bed would be the best gift! Is this true? Or a load of crock? Whenever I asked my mom what she wanted when I was growing up, she never mentioned sleep. [...]
LOVE me some cheese, and I'm always on the hunt for new types and brands to sample. Normally though, I keep it pretty simple, inexpensive. So I stick to the classics, like Mozzarella, Extra Sharp Cheddar and Swiss, from Food Lion or Walmart. However, for Valentine's Day, Sam and I splurged on the fancier stuff [...]
From Seeds To Sprouts!
I've always been interested in gardening, but I never had the confidence or knowledge to get started. Until I met Sam. A couple months ago, we went to Walmart and LOADED UP on seeds, soil, and gardening tools. We ended up buying these really nifty Seed Starting Greenhouse Kits with Peat Pellets, which has made [...]
Red Velvet Cheesecake Swirl Brownies
Sam and I didn't do anything too out of the ordinary for Valentine's Day. We spent that Sunday doing what we always do on Sunday's - watching tv and cooking up a storm! Okay, so, normally, Sam is the one in the kitchen, whipping up some kind of dip and starting the dough for our [...]
A Savory Sweet Potato!
I know some might disagree, but meatless meals are the best. Not only do you save some money, since veggies are usually cheaper than buying meat, but you also don't have to worry about getting sick from under cooked beef, chicken or pork! At least...that's a fear of mine. I always find I feel lighter, [...]
I don't remember much about my grandma, my mom's mom, since she passed away when I was so young. I think I was in the 3rd grade? Maybe? I'm not even sure about that. It's ALWAYS bothered me though that I didn't get to have more time with her, and honestly, when I hear my [...]
Chelsey Rene Middays 10am-3pm
Chelsey Rene was born and raised in southwest Virginia, and she bleeds orange and maroon, at least until her student debt is paid off.
Her career in broadcast started in college. While studying Communication and Sociology at Virginia Tech, she volunteered at the campus radio station once a week, playing, of all genres, metal music.
Those experiences lead to her first part-time job in the field, and after a brief stint in television, she quickly realized radio is where she truly belongs.
Following her passions, she packed her bags and traded the quiet mountains of Appalachia for the salty waters of the Grand Strand.
She’s been working for the company ever since. You can tune in to her show from 10-3 on Easy Radio.
When she’s not on-air, she enjoys blogging about her experiences, staying up late to read her latest novel, experimenting with vegetarian meals in the kitchen and going out to bars and festivals for live and local music.
You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.