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From a dog pooping in someone’s house, to ruining a garage door and getting “pied” over a CMA bet, life is beautiful and can get pretty intense at times. But if I can make you forget your worries for a moment and put a smile on your face, that’s worth all of lowest price for cialis the silly stories, which I have an abundant supply of.
I am blessed with an amazing husband, Landon, who takes a lot of flak from his fellow truckers after I share some personal stories. Thank God he’s a great sport. I enjoy spending time with my incredible family, which includes six nieces and our two pups, Emerson and Hooch, who is the one who pooped in the bedroom our friend’s new house…”It” happens. HA!
I’ll be sharing plenty more stories and buy cialis now online hopefully talking to you soon at 712-274-1057, on Facebook or at an upcoming KSUX 105.7 event!