Hometown: Gomer, OH
Hobbies: I love to read, watching TV (cannot function without my DVR), yoga and working out at Anytime Fitness
Fave TV shows: It's summer, so right now, I love Rizzoli & Isles, Burn Notice, Motive, Graceland, Salvage Dawgs, Rehab Addict, and The Soup (I've also been known to watch Toddlers & Tiaras, but don't tell!)
Summer Bucket List: Watch fireworks, blow bubbles, and learn Grandma's secret apple dumpling recipe
Renee and Kenny Chesney
Renee and Billy Currington-we had a great chat about radio!
Finally all the divas together! Wynonna, Renee and Naomi!
Renee and my new BFF, Jo Dee Messina, backstage at Country Concert 2010
Renee, Alan Jackson and my girl, Alice!
Renee & Chris Young
You could fit her in my purse! So sweet! Renee and Martina
He is sooo tall! Renee and Trace in Feb. 2010
Renee and Darius again in Sept 2009!
Renee and Rascal Flatts
Renee & Larry the Cable Guy
Renee & Darius Rucker in Jan. 2009
Renee and Dierks Bentley
Renee and Lost Trailers (Andrew, Ryder, Stokes, Renee, Manny, and Jeff)
Renee's girl, Gina, Blake Shelton, and Renee!
Renee and Trace Adkins
Renee & Alan Jackson
Renee and James Otto! just got started Lovin' you!
Finally! Renee and Jimmy Wayne!
Renee and Josh Turner
Renee and Jason Aldean
Renee and Charlie Daniels
I could spend my whole day reading tips on websites...oh, wait, that's pretty much what I do! I found this yesterday and thought I'd pass it along! Apparently, not only giving you a ton of potassium, but also for lots of stuff around the house, bananas should be your go to fruit!
1. Make a face mask-Use a banana as an all-natural face mask! Mash up a medium-sized, ripe banana into a past and apply it to your face and neck. Let it set for 10-20 mins and rinse off with cold water.
2. Polish silverware and shoes-Remove any leftover stringy material from the peel, then rub the inside of the peel on your shoes or silver. Buff with a paper towel or soft cloth.
3. Compost & fertilizer for plants-since they're high in potassium and phosphorous, bananas are great for compost piles, or fertilizer for the garden/flower beds. To use as fertilizer, dry out banana peels on screens, grind them in a blender when they're dried out and use as mulch/fertilizer in the spring or on house plants. Add to your compost pile in warm weather, but make sure they're buried to keep the animals away.
Enjoy your bananas!