Sent: Friday, December 06, 2013 5:13 AM
To: Stucker, Steve
Subject: at least a foot
14 degrees ,wind chill 6
1 foot of powder to open the season full time
Come on up!
Have a great wekend!!
Hello, everybody! Welcome to my blog!
This is where I'll try to update a lot of the fun
things we talk about each weekday on
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COMMENT: I loved the "skirt alert" this AM, who knew the weather report could be so entertaining? My husband and I recently moved to Albuquerque and watch KOB 4 each morning - we love the local reporting: Keep up the great work! :)
Usually we listen to CSPAN's Washington Journal early in the morning and when we can't handle any more negativity, we turn over to Channel Four for our dose of Steve Stucker!
This sets us straight for the day. Also, good to see that Farmington has finally gotten a new shelter. All they have to do now is get a well-managed webmaster to put needy animals up on Petfinder.com. Little baby steps - after 26 years here in NM observing so much sadness regarding animals, it's getting a wee bit better. Education is the key. But it also takes people willing to devote their time, money and personal dedication to this cause. Takes a strong soul.
Hello! My name is Shelby Bishop, I am a junior at Sandia High School and our Theatre production has been cancelled this evening due to weather. This is a major issue because we are a struggling department and we need the money from this show. As of right now our other three productions should still be on schedule, weather permitting, however we will lose alot from this cancellation and we cannot reschedule. All of our funds are produced from the money we make on our shows. This prduction has cost us over $3,000 and we have spent over 3 months in preparation. Is there any way you can help us really advertise the remaining shows via media so that we can make up for the loss? We appreciate any help you can provide. Here is the information for our show:
Saturday @2pm and 7pm
$7 per ticket at the door
Production at Sandia High School
NOTHING like starting your day off with a positive attitude, right?
Here's a note I get early this morning (and my reply). Let's all say something to try and Cheer Up this guy!
Dean Criswell writes: I watch your broadcasts...and am curious why you think your dogs are newsworthy. They are your pets and should be at home where they belong. Don't know anyone else that brings dogs to work other than police and border patrol. Grow up.
Steve Stucker: And a Happy Thanksgiving to you too Dean Criswell! Our Friday broadcast with my pets and those of our viewers are a real popular feature with thousands. I'm sorry to upset you so. Many tell me the animals put a smile on their face first thing in the morning...and I'm hoping something will happen that will do that for you today.
What am I most thankful for this THANKS GIVING Somewhere are two women who carried their babies full term, then gave them up for adoption, so that I could become a mother !!! I will never meet them but I am eternally grateful to both !! NOT FLESH OF MY FLESH ; NOT BONE OF MY BONE ; BUT STILL MIRACLES' ARE MY VERY OWN ! DO NOT FORGET FOR A SINGLE MINUTE, YOU DID NOT GROW UNDER MY HEART BUT IN IT !!! This poem was posted on the judges chamber where we adopted George and Charles, HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL !! jOAN e BRUGNONE (aka) MOM !
From: Susy Golden Sent: Thursday, November 28, 2013 6:51 AM
To: Stucker, Steve
Subject: Thank You
God bless you. You bring so much joy to my morning. I absolutely love that poem.
Have a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving!
Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.
Not that I have a LOT of great Thanksgiving Poetry...but this one is my All Time favorite. I'll be doing my annual Dramatic Reading of it On Air at about 6:45am.
When I was a young turkey, new to the coop,
My big brother Mike took me out on the stoop,
Then he sat me down, and he spoke real slow,
And he told me there was something that I had to know;
His look and his tone I will always remember,
When he told me of the horrors of..... Black November;
"Come about August, now listen to me,
Each day you'll get six meals instead of just three,
"And soon you'll be thick, where once you were thin,
And you'll grow a big rubbery thing under your chin;
"And then one morning, when you're warm in your bed,
In'll burst the farmer's wife, and hack off your head;
"Then she'll pluck out all your feathers so you're bald 'n pink,
And scoop out all your guts and leave ya lyin' in the sink;
"And then comes the worst part" he said not bluffing,
"She'll spread your cheeks and pack your ass with stuffing".
Well, the rest of his words were too grim to repeat,
I sat on the stoop like winged piece of meat,
And decided on the spot that to avoid being cooked,
I'd have to lay low and remain overlooked;
I began a new diet of nuts and granola,
High-roughage salads, juice and diet cola;
And as they ate pastries, chocolates and crepes,
I stayed in my room doing Jane Fonda tapes;
I maintained my weight of two pounds and a half,
And tried not to notice when the bigger birds laughed;
But 'twas I who was laughing, under my breath,
As they chomped and they chewed, ever closer to death;
And sure enough when Black November rolled around,
I was the last turkey left in the entire compound;
So now I'm a pet in the farmer's wife's lap;
I haven't a worry, so I eat and I nap;
She held me today, while sewing and humming,
And smiled at me and said "Christmas is coming..."
This one is difficult, but important to share. Three precious little ones, Nicole 6, Sophia 4, and Frank 3, are losing their daddy. He is in his last hours with deadly cancer. The children's mother is incarcerated, for a undetermined amount of time, and it's unlikely she will be allowed back with the kids once released. Grandma is stepping in, and will be caring for the children as best as she can. I've been alerted to all of this, through a caring teacher. What can WE possibly do to help? First, and most important...PRAY! Grandma will need patience, strength, provision and assistance. Would you consider donating to a fund drive to help them? Your $25 or $50 Gift Card from places like Walmart, Target, Smith's, Albertson's, etc. could make a major difference in them getting through this, intact as a loving family! I'll run everything through my Non-Profit, UPB4theSON Ministries and Charities. (please note, we are registered with the NM Public Regulation Commission, but still awaiting our final approval from the IRS, so your donations may not be tax deductible. Plz make checks payable to UPB4theSon Charities). Send them to: Steve Stucker c/o KOB TV PO Box 1351, Abq NM 87103. Thank you for your generosity and prayers.
I've got a friend with a real nice, 2008 electric hospital bed to donate. We're looking for a special situation where it is very much needed, and would be put to good use. Email me for info plz. Ss
How to make a turkey :
By Desiree Sanchez (4)
First you have to get a white turkey, and leave it in the garage to melt, and then you poke it a lot to make sure it's dead, and then you put a lot of salt, and then you put it in the oven for 100 degrees for a lot a lot of hours. You take it out and cut it up with a knife and keep tasting it as you go to make sure it is good for dad to eat.
ent from my iPhone
Today it’s “The Great Thanksgiving Banquet” at the Albuquerque Rescue Mission.
Hundreds of needy and homeless, plus many visitors from the neighborhood, will
Feast on a traditional Thanksgiving meal, served from 11am-2pm. I’ll be broadcasting it all
Live on the Noon News from Eyewitness News 4.
Volunteers from all over the community pitch in to do the cooking and serving today.
Find out how you can get involved and become a donor by calling 505-346-4673 or log onto their
Website at www.abqrescue.org
525 2nd St SW
Age: 6 Story:Meet six year old Anthony! He is ready to be part of a family that will understand and help work with his special needs. Anthony enjoys his play time with friends and family. Movie night with the family is one of Anthony’s favorite activities. Anthony can be shy and having older children in the home who can demonstrate being a positive role model would be great for him. This kindergartener has an Individualized Education Plan in place to best assist in meeting his educational needs. Anthony receives a variety of services to assist him with day-to-day activities. Desirable qualities of an adoptive family for Anthony would be a family that is caring, patient, and provides structure and consistency. It is recommended that the adoptive family have flexibility in their day-to-day schedules so they continue to be involved with Anthony in the school setting and open to receiving on-going education to meet his needs.
For more information about foster or adoptive parenting through the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department, please call 1-800-432-2075 or visit www.cyfd.org
Submitted by Kit (Contact@Find-Juno.org)
Title: Demming Dog at Phoenix Shelter
Description: This dog was found wandering by some one driving through Demming , Nm on Sunday Nov 13th This well meaning fool decided to "rescue " her and brought her home with them to Phoenix , Az The dog is now at the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control , The Pound , with 72 hours to live. Please if this is your dog or you may know the owners please please please let them know where their dog is . She is a beautiful little girl and her family must be devastated, Please help us get this sweet baby home to her family. Maricopa County Animal Care and Control Phone: (602) 506-PETS(7387)