When I first come in and the suns still out
From the front.. I HATE that window behind me!!
From my eyes.. Yeah they do hurt when I leave at night LOL
This is what it usually looks like.. VERY dark and cozy haha
Work stuff.. I got my start at 18 as an intern for our sister stations in Denver, Colorado... Was shortly after hired as a promotions assistant, and a p/t air talent for the now non existent Denver Top 40 station...After that station went under, I was offered the shot to take over the KISS Morning show with everybody’s favorite “King” Rich Bircumshaw (R.I.P. brother). After about a year, I decided I wanted to sleep more ha so I moved to nights where I’ve been Takin’ Names ever since! I’ve also won “Best Major Market Night Show” from the Colorado Broadcasters Association on 2 different occasions
Personal stuff.. Born and Raised in Denver Colorado! I have a younger brother, and my parents have been divorced since I was about 5... They have both since then remarried, and both of my step parents are great people! I live with my amazing girlfriend (sorry ladies haha) and our 2 adorable little girls J.. I have no other blood family in Colorado but my Mom, Dad, Bro, and my Dad's brother Paul. All the rest of my family lives in California, and Massachusetts. Anything else u wanna know? Hit me up, and I'll add to this non-sense . LOL
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Words could never describe how I feel about today. The morning of 9-11-2001 I was in Detroit visiting family, getting ready to leave for the airport. I rememeber being half asleep, packing my bags and turning on the news to see what the weather would be like, hoping it wouldnt effect my travels. Little did I know that when I turned on the tv, what I saw would be an image I would never forget. A burning world trade center tower in the middle of NYC. What was happening was so surreal that I could barely take it all in, it was hard to even comprehend it all. I put down my bags and was glued to the tv for at least the next 7 hours, with tears in my eyes. Watching pure hell on earth. Watching ANOTHER plane hit the second tower, watching people JUMP to their death instead of being burned alive, watching people cry in the streets screaming for their loved ones. I still see it all in my head today and it hurts, but I never want to forget what happened! I obviously never left Detroit that day because all planes in the U.S. were grounded. I stayed with my family and appreciated the time I had with them, because so many that day would never be able to do that again. I realized just how blessed I was. EVERYTHING changed that day. The loss and pain people suffered are unimaginable. Take a moment today to remember the victims who lost their lives in the attack of 9-11. Rest in peace to the thousands of innocent vicitms, who were simply just trying to go to work and live their lives. Not knowing that when they kissed their wives, husbands or kids goodbye that morning, it would be the last time. Rest in peace to the responders who on their OWN FREE WILL, MARCHED into burning buildings, knowing they could collapse at any minute, just to save lives. Thank you to our men and women in the military who have sacrificed so much by serving this great country and protecting us from another attack. So today, appreciate your family, friends your FREEDOM, set aside your political views, the color of your skin, your religion and all of our differences. Just be proud to be an AMERICAN. Take pride in what we stand for and NEVER FORGET!