Thank you so much for your encouraging messages about my Day in the Life of an Anchor/Reporter video series. Here’s a look at what it’s like to anchor and report as the final midterm election votes are counted. I take you with me from the anchor desk to an elegant watch party peppered with impromptu live cut-ins!
After taking you all along with me last week on a Day in the Life of a CBS News Reporter, I’ve received messages asking for more of these videos. So today, I’m showing you what it’s like to report Live on the news without a photographer. I’m sure you know that today is Halloween, but don’t think the holiday festivities will end at the stroke of midnight. As you’ll see from my Live shot, in Cheyenne it’s just beginning!
Recently, the most requests I’ve received have been for Day in the Life videos…showing what it’s really like to be a TV-news reporter and anchor. If you’d like to see more of these types of videos, just let me know.
After winning last year’s Dancing with the Stars of Cheyenne, I was thrilled to MC this year’s competition.
The event was spectacular from start to finish, complete with fire throwers, acrobats and, of course, dancers! Here’s a front-row look at the excitement.
This memorable evening is a major annual fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne. I’ve seen first-hand how much this Club does for the kids in our community, from its academic programs to the award-winning art it encourages our boys and girls to create. For me, participating in DWTS 2017 and 2018 and getting to know those involved in this Club has been a privilege.
A girls’ weekend is always more fun with my mom. When she came to visit me in Cheyenne, we stopped off in Denver for a relaxing getaway. After servings of peppermint tea, pastries, and cucumber sandwiches, we felt completely at home.
If you visit Denver, I highly recommend stopping in for tea at the Brown Palace. You will be welcomed by a live pianist, an ornately-decorated ceiling that seems to extend to heaven, and friendly servers who won’t pressure you to finish in a timely manner. After all, taking your time is key to enjoying this outing.
And since my mom and I ordered seconds, we definitely felt like we had moved in.
If you’re really into relaxing, after tea, you can always stop by the spa for a massage or manicure.