I am from Mobile, Alabama. I moved from Nashville to Memphis in 1992.
I am an actress, writer, author, spoken word artist, recording artist, comedienne and poet. I am a Brand Ambassador and a Promotional Model for trade shows and in-store promotions. I am a network marketer and fundraiser. I have several homebased businesses.
I am a lifetime waitress. I have been a waitress for over 30 years. I worked mostly in Mom and Pop homecooking restaurants. I have been slinging hash for cash all my life. I'm the girl who waits on tables, waiting for the table to turn.
I perform stand-up comedy and portray a waitress. I dress in my original designs of colorful waitress uniforms when I perform. I wear glitter hats and matching aprons and dangling earrings. My comedy is based on things that get on waiter's and waitresses' nerves in restaurants. I have a ficticious restaurant called, "The Soap Opera Grill" that is referred to in my comedy routines. I have a comedy partner -Emily Kirk. She portrays a chef and is call "Chef Emily."
I am the author of "The Soap Opera Grill" Poems from a Southern Waitress. I currently have two works in progress. All my books are restaurant related.
I created an annual, "Be King To Food Server's " Awareness month that is celebrated in January. Events are planned throughout the year to shine the spotlight on waiters and waitresses.
Congressman Steve Cohen gave me a Proclamation for the Be Kind To Food Servers Awareness Month in the State of Tennessee. I am campaigning to have this special month Nationally recognized through Congress.
I am a member of Ram In The Bush Christian Center, International. I am the founder of the Memphis Homeless Project. I network with various ministries and organizations to help the homeless in Memphis. I am on the Board of Directors for Betty's Center For Change in Memphis, a transitional home for women and children.
I am known as "The Tennessee Stressbuster. I am very active in my community and I love Memphis!