Monday, February 22, 2016

Who says you can't go home?

There are places we go and people we meet who will be in our hearts for a lifetime. There's just something in the air. The experiences are richer, the laughs are louder, the food tastier.

I am blessed to be moving from one of those places to another.


I'm excited to say that after six weeks of unemployment, I have a new job! I have accepted the position of Senior Morning Show Producer at WATN in Memphis, Tennessee.


Memphis has been a part of my journey for a long time, coloring my choices since 2002 when I moved there for the first time. This will be my second go-round in the Bluff City.

But for all the joy I feel about going to a place I consider home, there is a lot of pain that comes with it. Cleveland is one of those special places in my heart, which means that the wounds are deeper, and leaving will hurt a little bit worse.

View from the Garfield Memorial at Lakeview Cemetery

Fountain of Eternal Life (Cleveland)
My goals after the unexpected events of January 11 were simple: Be happy and do something I can be proud of.

I believe this new opportunity will help me do both.