Mom Enjoys Nice Day

Mom Enjoys Nice Day
Linda Toemayco googles Quinn Gelastio after a nice nap.

Lorretta Toemayco googles Quinn Gelastio after a nice nap.

Rockford, IL – What a nice day it was yesterday for Lorretta Toemayco. The 39 year old Rockford resident called RKFDnews.com to tell us about her day and how well it was going:

“Today I woke up with the birds.  It was so nice.  Jerry got ready for work while I made a fresh pot of coffee.  I poured myself a nice cup of coffee and stood in the window, listening to birds.  Jerry left for work and I thought to myself, ‘what am I going to do?’  I didn’t know at first and decided to head back to bed for a few more hours. I couldn’t sleep so I turned on WZOK and wow was it nice!  I laughed for two hours.  They are so nice in the morning.  Around 8am, I switched over to the AM station, WROK.  Not only was it OK, it was nice.  I took a bath and drank coffee til 10am.  Around noon I made some toast and wrote a list of ideas for dinner to make.  I couldn’t make up my mind so I called my friend, Sharon, and she said, “You should take a walk, it’s so nice out!”  I did!  Sharon was right.  I came home and took a nap.  I had a dream about a man named Quinn Gelastio and woke up.  I googled him and lo and behold, I was led to RKFDnews.com!  It is so nice!”

– Chief Tchad Beale


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