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George Strait Takes Final Chicago Bow

10 Mar

George Strait took his final bow in Chicago at the Allstate Arena on Saturday night.  I took my Dad with me to this spectacular bittersweet show.

Vince Gill opened the show with all of his hits and he took the stage again with George to sing “LoveBug” and “Amarillo By Morning.”

George came to thank Chicago country fans for years of support and Chicago country fans came out in full force to thank him for years of wonderful memories and music that has touched our hearts and our lives. We’re just happy he’ll still be making music.

The sold-out crowd was still there for the final notes. as you’ll see when the lights come up in this video. Watch George’s final bow here. 

There were cameras capturing George’s every move…so I’m hoping for a Live Concert DVD!



I Will Miss Seeing Him In A Bears Uniform

6 Mar

I will miss watching him in a Bears uniform. Bears thank Devin Hester for 8 great seasons while informing him he won’t be re-signed. Hester acknowledged his departure from the Bears on his Facebook page, writing: “To all my Chicago people, …I can’t thank you enough for my time in Chicago. I’ve always said I wanted to retire a Chicago Bear but sometimes things don’t work out the way we would like. Chicago will always hold a special place in my heart and if I am fortunate enough to break the return record, we will have all broken it together no matter where I am. Thank you again and God bless.”

A Young Man Who Deserves All Of Our Applause

4 Mar

While everyone is talking Hollywood and Oscars, here’s a young man who deserves all of our applause.  What a story. God Bless all children who have to and have had to grow up without their parents because they lost them to war.  The picture of him spending time with his father by hugging his gravestone is too much for me. His spirit and heart says so much.    Check out the story here 

Chicago Celebrating Birthday Today

4 Mar

Chicago is celebrating it’s 177th Birthday today with what else but music, paczkis, and Eli’s Cheesecake in Daley Plaza today from 11am-7pm! More info here


Wow – Bravo Bud On This One!!

31 Jan

When I watch the SuperBowl with family and friends, I never really get see/hear the commcercials all of the time.  So I don’t mind watching them ahead of time. Bravo Budweiser on this one.  So True.  Every hero deserves this!!!!

Watch here.

Seahawk Inspiring Us All & Surprising Some Special Fans!

31 Jan

I love the inspiration Seahawk Derrick Coleman has become not only to people with disabilities, but to all people. I’m cheering him on and I bet you will too after seeing this.  Watch here


Vote Now For ACM New Artist

10 Jan

The Academy of Country Music Awards are April 6th at the MGM in Vegas. Blake & Luke are hosting and voting begins now for the category of Best New Artist. Who do you want to win? Up for the award are:

• Lee Brice
• Brett Eldredge
• Tyler Farr
• Justin Moore
• Kip Moore
• Kacey Musgraves
• Thomas Rhett
• Parmalee

Vote now right here.

Balancing Life

10 Jan

Balancing life can be tricky.  I love this blog on creating not only a plan, but a vision for your life and remembering that balancing life starts within.  Check it out here.

We’re Waiting For You….

12 Dec

They are waiting for your calls right now! Please become a St. Jude Partner In Hope by calling one of them at 1-800-345-4673. Make the difference in the life of child and his/her family today. Your donation saves lives. It’s that simple.

Throwback Thursday – One of Trish’s 1st Visits To St. Jude

12 Dec

US99.5 celebrates it’s 23rd St. Jude Radiothon this year and Trish was a part of orchestrating the very 1st one at the request of Randy Owen of Alabama.

This photo is from one of her 1st visits to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis.

The cancer survival rates are so much better, but children are still getting cancer and still need a place to go. Thank God St. Jude is still there and that’s because of you. Please become a Partner in Hope now and save a child’s life.

Call 1-800-345-4673 or click here