Who would have ever thought that a weather forecast could be so incredibly intimidating? Looking back to 2008 when I first turned on the microphone inside of the WMOA studio to read off a forecast was pretty much the scariest thing in the world. I made it through though. It was pretty shaky but I fell in love with the industry immediately. So after I wiped the sweat off of my forehead, I found myself remaining in the radio biz and it has been an amazing ride since the start. I have worn a few hats for several radio stations in West Virginia and Kentucky over the years and now I am in love with the position that I'm in, finding, writing and reporting news is a fantastic place to be. It's also thousands of times better that it is right here in my hometown.
Presenting the Grand Ole Opry in front of a sold out crowd, standing on the track for the Kentucky Derby as the field races past and helping raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital...that stuff is fun and rewarding but I'll tell you what...it's great to be back home doing what I love for the town that I love.