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I do care about our listeners and I am genuine. There is nothing fake about what I do on the air. Whether I am giving you information, giving you the chance to win a prize, or opening up my life to you. It is all very real and very much me.
I often joke about this, that if I were rich I would make having kids my job. For the record, I am not rich and I am done having babies! They are expensive and exhausting, as much as I love them, I am good with two rugrats.
Knowing what I know about how much kids cost, I had to laugh at a friend of mines Facebook status.
2 TBSP Butter
1 LB Chicken Breast
Salt (to taste)
Pepper (to taste)
1/2 cup (or more) apple cider
2 tsp dijon mustard
Pound chicken breasts so they cook a little faster (that will make this a quick and easy meal!). Season with salt and pepper. Melt butter in pan on medium/high heat. Cook chicken about 3 mins on each side or until safe internal temperature is reached (I have no idea what that is!!). Once the chicken is cooked, remove from the pan. Deglaze the pan with apple cider, will take about 1/2 cup or you can add more if you want a little more flavor or a little less syrupy texture. Add dijon mustard and let this simmer over low/medium heat until it starts to reduce and glaze. Return the chicken to the pan and coat in the glaze. Serve with your favorite sides!
A new bottlegate! Atlanta Braves fans threw bottles and cans all over their field and it felt great that the focus wasn’t on a Cleveland team or once. But that brought up a great question from 92.3 The Fan host, Joe Lull…why did fans have bottles and cans in the stadium? 20/20 anchor Josh Sabo and I try to help Joe understand this, and we shed light on how beer is served at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
The trees are changing and that inspired us to make our own, our of our hands and arms! Very simple to do, I would recommend, if you are doing this with really little ones (I had two 1 year olds and a 3 year old that day), that you do this in batches! Have some wipes or a wet washcloth nearby so you can quickly clean up your little one!
Get a heavier paper, construction or art drawing paper works. Paint your child’s forearm from the elbow up to the hand in brown paint. Press down on the paper then quickly clean up before they get antsy! Then put out some fall colors…reds, yellows, oranges and let your child go to town making leaves with their fingers. There is no rhyme or reason, every tree as we know, is different. Again, have something nearby to wipe their fingers with, they will get messy!
Parents, to finish off your fall scene, take some green paint and make some grass.
A beautiful fall tree and a memento from your child!