Real Country 94.9 KYSS-FM is giving you a chance to win free tickets and meet and greet passes for the Dierks Bentley show at the Adams Center next Thursday night! We want to know "What Were You Thinking?"  Tell us the craziest thing you've done for love, just like these KYSS listeners did... 



I was a single divorced Mom with a boyfriend who complained I really didn't tell him "I love you" when he wanted it or expected it. So one morning I got up early before he woke up and proceeded to get a gallon of bright yellow paint from the store rm. I then went to my large living room with white walls and the big vacant space above the couch with my paintbrush in hand. I painted in large letters "I love you!" to be seen without doubt so when he came upstairs he could not miss it! Later I found it to be a little much to cover up with new paint but I got the message across at the time.


Craziest thing I have ever done for love is..... my girlfriends dad was moving his family to Alaska and I didn’t want her to go.....I saw him pick her up from school in the U-Haul I drove up next to him freaking out I didn’t want her to leave I ended up throwing my cell phone at my passenger seat and it ended up hitting my window and shattering it. I had to go back to work in a panicked mood and my dad showed up at work telling me I needed to calm down.....I talked to her parents into letting her stay in we are happily engaged and to be married this December. =)


All my life, I have never had the guts to make the first move. Until August 2009. I had known a special guy since were part of the same circle of friends in high school. We re-connected several years back, and I had a few opportunities to spend some time with him in a group setting over about a year. Well, needless to say, there were sparks from day one when we re-connected. But, we were both somewhat recently divorced and starting a new "relationship" was the last thing I was ready for. In July 2009, he received deployment orders and it was then that I realized just how strongly I felt about this man. I was heartbroken. Well, in a last minute twist, his deployment was cancelled and I knew right then that if I didn't take the biggest chance of my life, I could lose him forever. I didn't want to take a chance on never seeing him again without telling him how I felt. So that night at about 11 pm, I called him up and told him I was getting in the car the next morning and coming to visit him in Las Vegas. The next day I jumped in my car and drove 14 hours by myself straight through from Missoula to Nellis Air Force Base with only enough money to get there, no place to stay, and absolutely no idea if he felt the same way about me as I felt about him. I honestly don't think even he believed I was truly on my way until I called him from Salt Lake City. Needless to say, I had the best 3 days of my life and he made sure I had enough gas money to get back home. The rest, as they say, is history. We've been together for 2 1/2 years now. He did eventually get deployed again and it was the hardest year of my life. He's back home safe now and with luck, we will be spending the last 4 years of his active duty before retirement at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Great Falls. This was one huge Las Vegas gamble that paid off.