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This week we have a wide array of DVD releases that are primarily for adults.
Say one of these on a regaular basis and you will not only get his attention, but get a smile or two :-) "I'm really proud of you." "I'm having a flashback to (insert a memorable day and time) ex: 10 p.m. last Saturday." “Thank You” "Wine bar, 8 o' clock, meet me the [ ... ]
Here are some of the things you can win this week when you listen to WQMX! Monday: is a New Music Monday! Listn every hour from 9 to 5 to win the new CD from Sarah Evans "Slow Me Down" in stores tomorrow Tuesday March 11th ! Monday-Friday win tickets to see Tim McGraw with Kip Moore and C [ ... ]
Today is Monday March 10th the day after we did the “spring forward” thing and lost an hour of sleep. It is also National Napping Day—the first Days after the clock change. And it is The International Day of Awesomeness! Who is awesome in your life? Or what is awesome in your life? And [ ... ]
Understanding that you may not get to the theaters to see the latest movies, this week we will look at the hottest DVD and streaming movies that are out. We will look at only major DVD movie releases of the week and not TV series, or older movies finally making their way onto Blu-Ray.
Meet Bandit! Bandit was rescued from an animal control facility. This is one low-key and kind boy. He loves children and other dogs and is confused that he has found himself in a shelter - AGAIN. Once adopted to his forever home, Bandit has been returned through no fault of his own. His family had a life change and, apparently, it didn't include him. The first time Bandit was in our care we noticed he appeared as though his vision was impaired. At most, he can see shadows. This doesn't appear to be much of a handicap because, in short time, we have witnessed this pretty-boy get comfortable with his surroundings. Bandit will need kindness & consistency because he shows signs of being unsure what’s expected of him. With your patience, Bandit will learn and become your next best friend - and the pet companion you've always wanted. Containment is "key" - either on the end of a safely installed lead / leash or in a fenced yard - when rescuing a dog until trust and boundary training is established. Furthermore, dogs do not fare well when encountering a moving car - especially small dogs!!! Keep in mind ... many dogs cannot ever be trusted off-lead. Do you have up to 15 years to share with a selfless dog? Do you understand the commitment? Can you provide a "forever home?" Do you have what it takes to be the best pet parent ever? If you can answer "yes" to these questions we can talk about a future for Bandit!