Life lately…let’s be honest here there’s a million things to do between moving out by March 5th, finding a temporary living spot for the boys and I. ANDY will be leaving to Provo over spring break 😢. THANK the lord we got that figured out we are staying with my niece Cambria and Jeff (God bless them) and still finding a Real living space in Utah County. Trying to keep up with studio #bossmom duties and making big girl decisions 😝 but all I’ve been doing is snuggling Tazz and staring at the bare walls in my house…..mostly because I can’t even focus!!! Do you ever get like that? A million things to do and ya just don’t know where to start?! Ah!

So what do I do to distract the craziness around me….PUT ON ANOTHER BENEFIT CONCERT! My boy crew and Dance Fam krew will put on our CHUCKS and “Dance for a Cause”

You might think I’m crazy BUT I call these benefit concerts MEDICINE!

Bringing this amazing community together for ONE PURPOSE!


Wednesday FEBRUARY 28th


TIME: bake sale and Hungry Howies

At 6pm / THE SHOW at 7pm

Honestly, there’s nothing better. Especially when your in the mix of craziness. Jump out of your own life for a minute. Sacrifice and give a little bit! I call it a slap in the face!! A wake up call!! A chance to serve another family that has a “Real Kalamity” and to realize I have NOTHING TO COMPLAIN about!


My dad always said “even if you think you have nothing, you give of your time and talents”


So I’d like to introduce you to “The Jessop 3” All 3 of their kids have this disease and they are faced with losing all 3. There is no cure or medications that doctors can prescribe. The following information is from the foundation that has been working on clinical trials and have had success with those trials. This is basically their last chance and it’s super expensive. The oldest boy who is 9 is regressing fast. They think he has maybe a year left. The 2 girls are also not developing like a normal kid their age and it will only get worse. The parents names are Lester and Noreen Jessop. The kids are Daron age 9, Angie, and Aubrey (twins age 4).


Pantothenate kinase-associated neurodegeneration (PKAN) is a rare neurologic disease that affects both children and adults. People with PKAN lack a chemical necessary to metabolize a vitamin in the brain. Without normal levels of this metabolite, part of the brain degenerates, causing severe problems with walking, coordination, vision, speech and swallowing. The illness is particularly cruel in childhood, when uncontrollable twisting movements can be extreme, causing pain and even bone fractures. Awareness is not affected, making the suffering imposed by the disease especially poignant. Many children with PKAN die before the age of 10.

IF your not in the area but YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE TO THIS sweet FAMILY here is the link:

The Jessop 3 ANYTHING HELPS!!! Thank you so much! If your in my Hood come out to the show! I would love to give you a hug!!!

Never forget if your in a state of craziness, or sadness or just feeling blah! Find someone to serve!!! No matter what it is!! Or what’s your talent? Find someone in need and give that talent to them!!! I challenge you!!! Let me know if it works for you or if you have ways that you escape the funk!


Never forget how amazing you are!

SAT IT “I am a amazing”