Brandie Alexander here, Fightin' Texas Aggie Class of '93!  This is the part where you say "No way!  You can't be that old."

Living in the moment brings you a sense of reverence for all of life's blessings. (Oprah Winfrey)

To say I live in the moment would be an understatement.  I have three children - two under the age of three.  A moment is all I have before someone starts crying or shouting for husband included.

I love music in general but my favorite is country especially the classics.  It's not unusual to see me singing and yes sometimes even dancing along in the studio.  Just be glad its radio because I have no rhythm. 

There's something to be said for loving your job and I do.  Radio and country music have become my own personal crack.  It's an addiction for me.  I have to have it. 

From what I understand admitting I have a problem is the first step. 


A Valentine Getaway

San Antonio anyone?

A recent Amazon survey revealed San Antonio as the most romantic city in the United States but not for the reason you may be thinking...

The city was selected based on the sexiness of the products people bought last year including romance novels and relationship books, romantic comedy movies, romantic music, as well as sales know.  

I like San Antonio.  I love the Woodhouse Day Spa in San Antonio.  If you ever get the chance to visit the Quarry - make an appointment for a massage.  You cannot go wrong.

Now, if you're looking for a truly romantic getaway in the great state of Texas, I recommend the small town of Wimberley.  You can rent a secluded cabin on the river with its own private hot tub.  You can shop the quaint shops of the downtown area.  Enjoy dining on some hometown cooking at the Main Street restaurants.  Most importantly you can RELAX. 

Been there.  Done it.  Loved it.  Two thumbs up!    

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02/04/2014 1:07PM
A Valentine Getaway
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