Hello everyone my name is Christina, and an amazing barista at Cowgirls Espresso.
I started serving coffee when I was 19 and have been with the company since 2008.
As a world known company I have had a lot if modeling opportunity since cowgirls.
I posed for playboy in 2012 and have been in a few fashion magazines since. I'm very outgoing and spontaneous.
In my spare time I'm usually with my family and friends. As I have a love for adventures; I moved to Fl.
1yr ago: recently just moved home. I work mornings in Lakewood on Bridgeport Way. Dressed to impress daily in theme,
I work monday through Friday 5 am to 1 pm. So come by and see me!!
Police in Newtown, Connecticut are still deciding whether to bring charges against a man who hoarded urine in his home. The man's name has not been released. Department of Energy and Environmental Protection officials searched the man's house and found between 200 to 300 gallons of human urine.
A Spanish teen will be attending a few mandatory anger management classes after he confessed to throwing a knife at his girlfriend during a breakfast dispute. The argument started when the young man was making toast and his girlfriend repeatedly told him she wanted apricot jam on her slice. Apparently, he evenually flipped out and "launched" the knife at her, striking her in the forehead. The girlfriend was taken to a local health center, but doctors say she suffered nothing more than a minor bruise. Still, the boyfriend was found guilty of causing bodily harm after confessing to the crime.
An Indiana woman said she received a $50 refund from a canning company after discovering a frog in the green beans. Gloria Chubb said she bought the house-brand can of beans at a Meijer store and took it home to serve to her family. "I cooked them in the microwave with butter and salt and pepper, put them on the table and my son put some on his dish and said 'What is this?' I looked and put it in my hand and said 'Oh my God, it's a little frog,'" she said. "Needless to say, everybody dumped theirs out and I was nauseated for three days. I still can't eat green beans."
A British supermarket chain announced it is pulling Whole Hearted Roasted Monkey Nuts from shelves because they do not warn of their peanut contents. The Booths chain, which has multiple locations in England, including Lancashire, Cumbria, Yorkshire, Cheshire and Salford, said it will remove any packages of the nuts that do not declare the presence of peanuts on their labels. "Booths is withdrawing some batches of its Whole Hearted Roasted Monkey Nuts, because the presence of peanuts is not declared on the label. This makes the product unsuitable for anyone with an allergy to peanuts," a Booths spokesman said.