Cheryl Kaye: @ckkgbx
It’s so great to be back home in Missouri! I’m a Missouri girl, born and bred. I grew up on a cattle farm, and went to school at Missouri State University. (Back then, we called it SMS). I have two fur-babies. Tink is my Great Dane, and Elwood is my Doberman. I’m the youngest in a large farm family, and my mom still refers to me as her “baby”. Ha! I enjoy riding my bike on all the beautiful greenways in Springfield. The Katy Trail rocks! My dogs love Cruse Dog Park! I love the friendly folks of southwest Missouri. There are no better people. I hope you’ll join me every weekday morning. Thank you for listening!
After attending Evangel University, I have definitely found a home here in SW Missouri. My wife is a very gifted mental health therapist, and I like to think of myself as her most gifted client. We were married on Christmas Eve, 2011, and with every day that goes by, I realize just how amazing a Christmas gift she truly was. We do not have any kids (yet) but we do have a tiny little mutt named, Sophie, who you’ll probably stumble upon if you ever walk the path around the lake at Nathaniel Green Park. Most weekends you’ll find us either grocery shopping, golfing or at our church. And of course, every weekday morning, I hope you’ll join Cheryl and I for a friendly wake up call, on 105.9 KGBX.
Cheryl Kaye LOVES May Motor Company
CLICK HERE to check out the car she
purchased from May Motor Company!
73% of women are turned off by a guy who has this in their home.
ANSWER: dirty dishes in the sink
People do this more between Thanksgiving and Valentine's Day than any other time.
ANSWER: Get engaged
(Photo capture from Youtube)
This is one of the most touching things I've come across. CLICK HERE for a photo gallery of shelter dogs on the way to their new adopted homes. (HappyPlace.Someecards.com)Some of the dogs waited for months to find their forever homes. Some of the dogs were saved in their final hours. As someone who owns a rescue dog, I'd encourage everyone to ADOPT a dog or cat for Christmas. Nothing makes your life more bright than a wagging tail!
In Tampa, a little girl wants her parents to understand the lyrics at her school concert, so she uses sign language to translate.