from our new sister, Gandhi. She joins the family tomorrow morning.
Warning: long post ahead.
Yesterday was my last day on air in Boston with the MattyShow. Monday is my first day on air in NYC with the @elvisduranshow
I’m dying, crying, and squeaking inside all at once. There are no words that can capture all the current feels. I remember starting as an intern in Columbus, and thinking this was the only thing I could ever see myself doing. My parents were super worried when they offered me a full-time job while I was still in college because they thought it would stop me from pursuing a “real job,” and they were so right. Radio has never felt like a job for a day in my life. It feels like I scammed the system and tricked people into paying me to laugh, make amazing friends, and have a million once-in-a-lifetime experiences. I am the luckiest girl in the world, and I don’t care how much my happiness annoys people. It’s real. I was told once that “you’re nobody in radio until you get fired,” and I’m still waiting on that moment. Some day it will come because I’m reckless with my words, but until then, I will continue to love the sh*t out of this ride. I am so thankful to everyone who has supported me and pushed me because you make my heart smile. I’m also thankful to all the people who tell me I suck because you make me want to be better. I could go on forever, but you probably stopped reading a while ago. I’ll just say again: Columbus, I still miss you. Boston, I’ll forever love you. New York, I can’t wait to meet you. What a ride it’s been. Let’s do this.