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Hey guys! It’s Josie, as I’m sure you realized since this is on the “Josie Cooper Page” and has my lovely picture here, which helps explain why I chose radio instead of T.V. HAHA. Country radio has always been a passion of mine. From listening to Conway Twitty tapes while I helped my Mom clean the house while the older kids were at school, to jammin’ out to canadian tramadol Jason Aldean live in concert last year. 

I've suffered several health issues in the past, as I’ve had six pacemakers implanted since I was four days old and uk viagra sites woke up from a Type 1 Diabetic Coma. I had no idea I was sick and kept finding a reason for each symptom, but looking back, the signs were all there. Music keeps me strong! It is incredible to find a song that captures the viagra india exact way you are feeling. I hope you feel the same about the tunes you hear on KSUX 105.7 and can relate to the stories I tell during my show from 9 to 2 each weekday.

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 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 order tramadol online cod hopefully talking to you soon at 712-274-1057, on Facebook or at an upcoming KSUX 105.7 event!

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Have you ever been such a huge fan of buy online pill viagra an artist that you spend your entire life following their journey and longing to see them in concert? If you were to look at my “Bucket List”, you would see two words, one name, on a piece of paper. It would simply say, Garth Brooks. Garth taught me to dream big and is one of the reasons I went into the music industry in the first place. I was part of his fan club when I was only 5 years old and received a signed poster from my Hero, Garth Brooks, in the mail. Unless my other Hero, my Dad, went out and bought a poster and forged Garth’s name...either way, it is a treasure!


The neighbor girls and I would make up dances to visit web site Garth’s songs in the front yard of our farmhouse on a hot summer day and would constantly rewind the http://www.cavershamproductions.com/where-can-i-purchase-cialis tape when we were swimming in the horse tank. My best friend in elementary school and viagra drug interactions I would sing his songs (loudly) everyday on the school bus and somehow avoided any mocking. I remember recording Garth's concerts on buy tramadol money order our VCR at home and watching it over and over again. The way he would look to the crowd with such amazement, was the same way I look at him. I've suffered several health issues in the past, but keep going strong and find refuge in Garth's music. He touched on subjects decades ago that are just now getting the attention they deserve. “Standing Outside the Fire”, “We Shall Be Free”, “The Thunder Rolls” and one I’m getting to know all too well, “Much Too Young”.

I was very sad to see him leave the music scene to spend time with his daughters, but I respect his decision to do so. I was ecstatic when he announced an upcoming world tour and was looking for tickets before the dates were even set. During his announcement, he said he took time away from the spotlight for himself, to soak up all the order levitra time he could with his girls. To be on a wave that high and step away for time with your children says a lot about his character and levitra from canadian pharmacy priorities.

Hopefully I will get to see this amazing talent in person. I know I’ll be sobbing the entire time, as I remember listening to each one of his songs through my tape player, my first (and best) investment at the age of seven. I’ll remember singing with my friend on the bus and jumping in the horse tank on those hot summer days on the farm.

Music defines you. It takes you back to order cialis online not fake a time when things seemed simple..happy..perfect. It’s there for you on tough days and brings you back to better ones. Whether I’m  in a “Learning To Live Again”, “To Make You Feel My Love”, “Wolves” or a “Friends In Low Places” mood, Garth remains a constant for me in an ever-changing world.


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There’s Somethin’ about a truck – even for this guy.  Tony's weekend as a truck owner.

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