Hey Everyone! I’m going to be on Fox and Friends this Saturday morning so tune in. I’ve had a great relationship with Bass Pro for some years now and developed a friendship with founder Johnny Morris that I’m lucky to have. He is an amazing inspiring person who notices the details, is extremely down to earth while never thinking within a box. He gives back to every community he comes near and inspires others to do the same. He humbles me to think that I could have done a lot more for my sport. I still can I suppose! This […]
Something I’ve always loved to do is teach. I have always considered myself a student of the game and I’ve been fascinated by how well my coaches Mark Wilson and Jerry Briesath teach. I also the love the way my carom billiards coach and friend Ira Lee teaches. There’s definitely an art to it. Some people just have a sincere passion for the game and know how to reach people, teach people in their own language. I mean, the students language. They know how to make things easier to understand. I’ve taught in the past and always enjoyed it but […]
These days, things have been pretty busy at home. My husband gets up with the girls and helps Chey get ready for school. I used to have the baby girls all day but recently we got a full time daycare person to help with the little ones. I have a very very tough time in the morning from arthritis and degenerative disc disease. I’m very stiff, in a lot of pain and in a rush to get food in my stomach so I can take my Celebrex. Once I’ve had a good cup of coffee, I sit in front of […]
Hey all. I had an Easter RockStar party this last week for my daughter Cheyenne and an Egg Hunt for all the girls…..and during this time, I wonder what I’ve done to impact my daughter on what Easter is all about for a Christian. It is a time for fun, family, egg hunts, cute bunnies…but it’s also about the sacrifice and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The sad thing is that instead of being happy, sometime, I just feel like a failure as a mother and a Christian….The good thing is…it’s ok to fall, as long as you get back up […]
So now I’ve had plenty of time to get adjusted to being a mom of 7…..not really. Although my stepdaughter Morgan and her husband Jason are in South Dakota, and Olivia and John are in college, I still have three little girls at home. Every day, I wake up and spend time with the little ones. Potty training and breakfast for Chloe and bottles and learning to eat solids for little Savannah. I play with them a while and then into the office. Head to the gym to strengthen my still weak body from giving birth to Savannah! Hurry back […]
Brought to you by the American Poolplayers Association, the APA Black Widow Tour is aimed at getting more people to participate in the sport of pool — a game that can be enjoyed by nearly anyone, regardless of age, gender or physical ability.
The Black Widow, Jeanette Lee, may be coming to an area near you in 2011, courtesy of the American Poolplayers Association (APA). The APA Black Widow Tour will be stopping in 10 North American Cities in 2011. Those cities include: Chicago Miami New York City Dallas Memphis Seattle Toronto The final three cities will be determined directly by APA members. The three APA League areas that grow the most members between Spring and Fall will win a visit from the Black Widow. The final three tour stops are tentatively scheduled for late fall 2011. Each exhibition will feature Jeanette talking […]
“Pool players have a chance to meet â€˜Black Widow’ Jeanette Lee in Arlington Heights as part of her seven-city APA Black Widow Tour. Lee will compete against fans, show off trick shots and tell audiences about her life as a professional pool player” Read more:Â http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20110106/news/701079794/#ixzz1ARaXz3Ca