BLOG: We Are “A Fishly” Moved Into Our New House

My daughter Lucy declared last week that as of May 16th, we would be “a fishly” moved into our new house. That day has passed and I’m happy to say that I’m writing this blog from our new kitchen. We spent all of Saturday moving boxes and furniture and most of Sunday wondering where all these scrapes and bruises came from. Are we the only ones who look like we’ve been in a prize-fight after moving-day?

Now we start the process of discovering our new home and finding out her dirty little secrets. The first one we found was a note with pool instructions that was taped over a giant hole in the wall. That wasn’t found until my husband took the note down Saturday to read it. There are fun things to be discovered, like the frogs outside our bedroom window who chirp at night, and the not-so-fun things, like the garage. Continue reading →

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PODCAST: Boozy Movies Reviews “Mad Max: Fury Road” & Freaks Out Over The Guitar Player

I saw Mad Max: Fury Road with Sybil Summers, Richie Whitt and Mark Blitch last night and COULD NOT GET OVER THE GUITAR PLAYER! Forget our review, you need to see this movie just to see THAT GUY!
I’m kidding. Please listen to the review. Also, don’t forget to grab free passes to see Poltergeist with us next week. You can get those by clicking HERE.

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BLOG: Is Tee-Peeing A House A Family Affair?

“Take the kids out tee-peeing! They’ll LOVE IT!”

This sage advice came from some friends I had dinner with recently. They were telling me about the BEST birthday party they’d ever thrown for their daughter and how it ended in toilet paper and ski-masks. The party started with games, cake and ice-cream, but then they took their daughter and her friends on a TP-Rampage that the girls (who are now in college) still talk about today. It was, without a doubt, the BEST PARTY EVER!

I think of these 2 as impeccable parents but I also wasn’t sure about introducing my kids to minor vandalism. I LOVED tee-peeing houses as a kid of course, but it was done in secrecy and certainly without parental supervision. We had to SNEAK OUT to do it. Continue reading →

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BLOG: Flying With Daddy

This is my favorite photo of my Dad. You can probably tell that it’s old and a little faded. It’s actually been living in a magnet-frame on my fridge for the past 10 years.

Dad’s always happiest when he’s flying, though he doesn’t do much of it anymore. He even sold his plane not long ago, which was a surprise to all of us. Most of my childhood memories involve sitting in the backseat of a small plane with a hamster cage on my lap (Yes, I insisted on taking my hamster with us though I can’t remember WHY). Continue reading →

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BLOG: Moving Day

You won’t hear from me much this week because we are finally moving into our new house. The actual Move-In-Day isn’t until Saturday but I’m already moving stuff, one carload at a time. It’s a horribly inefficient use of my time but I don’t really care. I simply HATE moving and want to get it over with.

I started a career in radio 25 years ago and have lived in 4 different states during that time. I have also lived in multiple homes in each state, which means I have moved 9 times since college. When we move out of temporary housing this weekend, it will be the second time I’ve moved in the past 7 months. Continue reading →

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BLOG: A Mother’s Right to Annoy

Mother’s Day is difficult for me because my own mother is deceased. This is my 9th Mother’s Day without her and, as anyone who has lost their Mom will tell you, it never gets easier.

I don’t feel right NOT buying a present for her, either. I LOVED buying things for Mom when she was alive. She rarely treated herself so it was fun to buy her frivolous or fancy things. When you asked what she wanted, she would say lame stuff like, “I really need a new bra and a slip. You could buy it at Wal-Mart.” No Mom, I’m NOT buying you underwear. It’s creepy. Continue reading →


PODCAST: “Julie Says So” w/ Caffeine, Free Movies & One SCARY Naked Lady

It’s been one crazy, emotional week and the hormones SURE haven’t helped. I might have let it all hang out in this podcast. Now I need a drink and NO, not coffee.


The “Julie Says So” Podcast is sponsored by Veecaravan. Don’t forget that their Pop-Up Shop is THIS WEEKEND! Make sure you drop by & say HI!



FREE MOVIE PASSES: Think You Can Make It Through “Poltergeist” Without Peeing Yourself?

Omigodomigodomigod…I am so freaking excited about this movie! Poltergeist is one of my all-time FAVORITE scary movies and probably in my “Top 10 of All Time.” I even wrote a blog about how it ruined my life, which you can read by clicking HERE if you happen to be bored or sitting on a toilet.

I love Poltergeist so much that I was pissed when I found out they were remaking it. Then I saw the trailer. Holy sh*t, I won’t be able to sleep for WEEKS after this.

Wanna go? I have free passes to see Poltergeist in Dallas AND in Austin. If you THINK you can handle it, just click on the links below. I’ll see you there but WARNING: I tend to scream and thrash about through the scary parts.





BLOG: My Gift to a Homeless Man & the Unintended Results

I see a homeless man every day after taking the girls to school. He lives at a DART bus-stop and always has multiple shopping carts with him, filled with cardboard boxes. The first time I noticed him, he had his pants-legs hitched up and was vigorously scratching some terrible looking sores on his legs. That’s when I named him Scratchy. Continue reading →


PODCAST: Boozy Movies Reviews “Hot Pursuit”

Julie Fisk, Sybil Summers & Richie Whitt went to see “Hot Pursuit” and STRUGGLED to talk about anything other than Sofia Vergara’s boobs afterwards. Special thanks to Linda Aycock (Sybil’s Mom) for joining us. She was ADORABLE!

Click HERE If You Want to Hear Drunk Film Critics Review “Hot Pursuit” Continue reading →