Hometown: Gomer, OH
Fave Color: Purple of all shades
Fave Place to Visit: anywhere warm!
Fave Ice Cream: Gotta go with the Jack & Jill sundae with sprinkles from Sharon Dairy King! Yum!
Super Secret Fact: I'm a major Fanilow! For those that don't know, that's a Barry Manilow fan!
Favorite Thing to Do on a Day Off: We get days off? Um, shopping, reading my Kindle and organizing a closet or a drawer...
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
According to Yahoo Financially Fit, you don't ever have to pay for baby food again! Just follow this recipe!
You want the best for your little one, but those jars of baby food can get pricey. An equally healthy and more affordable option is to make your own baby food. Here's an easy recipe courtesy of Leslie Banister, chef for the website Food on the Table. All you'll need are veggies, water and a blender or food processor. This recipe makes six servings.
1 cup of fresh vegetables
-Cut vegetables into small pieces (1-inch cubes).
-Place veggies into a steamer basket with just enough water visible through the steamer basket.
-Steam until tender
-Do not reserve any leftover water to use for thinning out the carrots if your baby is under eight months old, as nitrates may seep into the cooking water.
-Place steamed vegetables into a blender or food processor.
-Add purified water as necessary to achieve a smooth, thin consistency.
For the complete article of things you should stop paying for, visit: http://financiallyfit.yahoo.com/finance/article-113826-11732-1-10-things-you-should-stop-paying-for-in-2012?ywaad=ad0035&nc