In the most predictable move of all time…
Yes, I’m starting a blog.
Everyone’s doing it!
“If your friends jumped off a bridge, would you jump after them??”
Umm, yeah, I would, mom, if I could get a sweet picture for my instagram. #DoItForTheGram
Anyways, here’s a little about me:
I spent the last six years as a sports reporter for several local TV affiliates, including WINK-TV in Fort Myers, Florida and WLTZ in Columbus, GA.
Before that, I spent a large chunk of my life dedicated to competitive swimming. I swam in college for North Carolina State, where I met some fantastic friends and fellow slackers.
But here’s where I’m at now:
My husband plays baseball for a living. He’s played for the Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs, and the Cincinnati Reds, along with a LOT of time in the minor leagues.We spent the first three years of our marriage doing the long distance thing during the season, and he’d live with me during the offseason.
Spending the season apart was doable, but heartbreaking at times. I enjoyed my job, and I feel like I was decent at it, but I was tired of living separate lives.
So now, I have traded my fiercely-independent woman heels for some stay-at-home wife Keds. (More on that, in another post coming soon)
Point blank: I’ve got some extra time on my hands, so lucky you!! You get to read about it.
(P.S. You’re still reading? I’m impressed. Sometimes I don’t make it through any Facebook statuses that are more than three sentences!)
So what can you expect from this blog?
Well that sounds fancy. Don’t get your hopes up too high.
I enjoy making videos and writing about everything #millennial, sports, the people I see on my travels, and basically, whatever is going on in my life.
Let’s face it. You’re nosy. I’m not saying I’m that interesting of a person, but hey, you’re still reading.
Humans are nosy and this is why social media is so popular.
“How can I creep on my high school classmates completely unnoticed?”
“How do I know if the girl I just met sells skinny tea?”
“Where can I see if my co-worker has the grammar of a third-grader?”
“How do I know if someone has way too much time on their hands and needs a hobby?”
Happy reading 🙂