About-Annie

Annie was born and raised in Northwest Indiana with her younger sister and parents in Hammond. After spending some time out of the area chasing the radio dream she has moved back to start a family with her two main men: Jager the mutt and fiance Rob. When she is not on the air Annie enjoys cheering her favorite Chicago sports teams (Da Bears, Da Bulls, And Da Sox), hiking, and exploring new fairs and festivals! (Anything Deep Fried she's in!) Annie cannot wait to share her life with you on air and is excited to be back in the Region doing what she loves!



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Did you see the mess that was Fantasia last night on American Idol!?!?! First off, what was she wearing? Secondly, is this singing or screeching? Check out the full performance &list=PL56B546C19B6ED0B5&index=2&feature=plpp_video">here!

 

Get Involved, Become Inspired.

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With temperatures near 90 Saturday morning on EC Central's Football Field over 200 athletes from East Chicago, Whiting, and Hammond :”Chose to be a winner” and participated in the 2012 Tri-City Special Games. The games got their start over 34 years ago with the first event at Roosevelt High School in 1977 and have gotten bigger as the years have passed. This year there were hundreds of volunteers on hand to help cheer on the athletes as they competed in different track and field events.

At the end of the day, the athletes celebrated their gold medals with snow cones, lunch and a dance party. After spending the day with some extraordinary athletes, I can say I am living the motto: "Get involved, become inspired.". Congratulations to all the athletes and thank you for being role models in our community!

~Annie~

 

(Insert Eye Roll Here)

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Yesterday, went for another round of wedding shopping and had the worst experience! I felt like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman when the sales staff thinks you are beneath their service! I came in for my appointment and immediately was looked up and down and everyone looked away. Finally I said I had an appointment and was assigned a bridal consultant. She asked my budget... after I stated what it was she rolled her eyes and said you won't find much for that price. Well excuse me! She then stuck me in a room and left to never be found again!

Fast forward 15 minutes... My bridesmaid and I started helping ourselves when we got tired of waiting! Bad mistake, first dress we slip on rips all the way down the back! (Almost peed my pants as we hurried to put the sample back on the rack!) By time another saleswoman (who was very nice) came to help the day was ruined! I had already made up my mind no matter what dress I liked there was no way I was buying it here! It's amazing how one bad attitude can ruin your experience!

Another thing I didn't like is how there were no prices listed anywhere! Anytime you asked the price the response was the same “oh we could work some deals and get it in your price range”. I just wanted to scream “No what's the price?!?” So if I said my price range was higher would the dresses price automatically get higher? I couldn't wait to get outta that shop!

Have you ever had horrible customer service that ruined your experience? Maybe you work in the service industry and have some horror stories you'd like to share? Let's talk about it on Facebook!

~Annie~

 

Get That Outta Here!

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Yesterday, Billy Bob Thrornton was on Live With Kelly talking about his weird phobias. (Antiques and Expensive Silverware) Do you have any weird ones? I absolutely cannot hear the sound of nail clippers or nail files! It doesn't matter if you are in the other room, I will hear it! Ugh my head hurts just thinking about it! I also am like Captain Hook and cannot stand ticking clocks... give me digital all the way! I can go on and on with weird things that bother me, but I'll stop!

Are these phobias weird? What would you put on the list? Let's talk about it on Facebook!

~Annie~

 

Freak Out.

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I'm slowly learning how to be a bride! This weekend spent all day Saturday wrapped up in wedding mania! First my mom, sister, and I went for round two of wedding gown shopping and I finally know what style of dress I like! Now I can confidentially say “a fit and flare style with a dropped waist!” Sidebar: Why does every consultant want to put me in a dang ballgown?!?! No thanks... I would rather not look like I belong on the top of a cake!

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Anyway, I finally had my first freak out moment! My sister picks the most gorgeous dress (pictured above), we start to put it on, and it happens... I'm stuck! Fabric is going up places it shouldn't, my stomach cannot move to breathe, and I start to sweat! Full panic mode ensues, till my sister is fully under my dress and my mom is on the back-end pulling me out! I wish we had a camera in the dressing room so you could see the crazy mess we were in! Thank goodness they were able to get me out without ripping the dress or we'd be buying a dress that had NO written all over it!

Needless to say, that was the end of our dress shopping for the day! Still haven't found “The One”, but a lot that I have tried on are super close! I'm still waiting for the dress that I cannot live without... is that silly? Any suggestions? Let us know on Facebook!

~Annie~

 

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