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Bonnie Miller

I take over as soon as Jeff Beck is done.  My show is filled with Today's New Country, giveaways and important local information that you need to know.  I'm your hometown girl!  I grew up and I still live in the Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania area.  I went to Lee Hill Elementary, John J Wright Middle and graduated from Courtland High School in 1997.  I know this area the best!  I will keep you informed with all the traffic for your ride home and play you all of Today's New Country!

Send me e-mail at Bmiller@wfls.com or call me on the studio line at 373-5670.
Posts from April 2014
by Bonnie Miller posted Apr 30 2014 12:43PM
Are you sick of the rain too?  Enough already right?  Last night, when I got home from work I covered some pots in my container with foil so they wouldn't get too much water.  The rest I didn't cover all seemed to be ok.  This morning, I checked on my container garden.  The pots I didn't cover last night, were spilling over with water.  :(  
I dumped out the extra water and then covered them too but then I ran out of foil and it started to downpour again.  Looks like more rain this afternoon and tonight.  I can't wait to see the sunshine tomorrow.  
by Bonnie Miller posted Apr 28 2014 11:02AM

Over the weekend, my BFF and I drove up to Haymarket, Virginia to Burnside Farms to check out the "Holland in Haymarket".  Check out their facebook page here.  The farm has a field of tulips and another field just of daffodils.  The flowers are a little late this year because of the bad winter.  In the summertime, they also have a field of sunflowers.  While there they also have some animals and other flowers.  You can also pick flowers.  Tulips are $1 each and the daffodils are 2 for $1.  Also there is a small admission fee which is $3 per person.

If you get the chance to go with you family bring your camera!!!  :)

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by Bonnie Miller posted Apr 25 2014 9:49AM
Yesterday, I was checking over my garden and my first pea pod was ready to be harvested.  I was so excited because I grew it from seed and I grew it indoors. I never put the peas outside.  It's growing like crazy in my sunny window.  I picked the pod and then immediately took pictures and then opened it to see 6 beautiful green peas!  I then took some more pictures and decided to eat them.  They are "sweet little sugar bombs".  It doesn't get any better than this.  :)

I also picked my first strawberry yesterday.  This was from a started plant I got at the lowes in Central Park.  
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by Bonnie Miller posted Apr 24 2014 1:01PM
So, I've heard mixed reports of local raw honey helping allergy sufferers.  The last few days my huband has been having some allergy issues.  What does it hurt to try right?  I went to the Olde Towne Butcher here in downtown Fredericksburg to check out the honey.  I've never been in there and can't believe how much stuff is there.  Have you been in there?  There's so many local goodies!  There's plenty of meats, cheeses, veggies, milk, ice cream and lots of other items.  I found the local honey display and ended up purchasing the wildflower variety.  It's made right here in Spotsylvania by Tommy Ayo Sr.  We'll see if this works for me and my husband.  

Do you feel that local raw honey helps your with your allergies?
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