Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Let's be honest though, whose life isn't crazy these days?

So my awesome Christmas break has turned into a stress-fest... including drowning in paperwork and uncertainty, making stressful decisions and initiating a minor encounter between the car and a cement post... Ahem.

But the good news is there's a point to all (well, most) of this stress: finalizing documents for my internship at KSL and most recently... prepping to anchor the morning news at Classical 89!

I'll be on air Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 AM (Yes, I have to get up very early... you're welcome, morning commuters.) You can tune in here.

The best part is I get paid to do it (Miserly student job pay, but hey, it's my first paid broadcasting gig!) and Classical 89 is a station I really like. My dad is so proud :)

So yeah, life is good, but I'm definitely ready for Friday to get here - then I really get an actual break, and we can focus on Christmas fun with my whole family!


  1. Woo!! I'm going to be teaching a class very early in the morning next semester (6:00-7:30) and now I'll have something nice to listen to on my way home around 7:30. Congratulations!

  2. haha ok but it's exactly on the half hour and only lasts four minutes, so you'll probably miss it. What are you teaching? Sounds like early morning seminary!

  3. Oh, darn! And oh, no. It is not (thankfully!!!!) early morning seminary. I'm coaching winter guard again and we will be having rehearsals a few mornings a week before school. We do have a couple kids who are doing "early morning" but their version of that in Spanish Fork is from 7:00-7:45. My EM was from about 5:50-7:05. Oh, well. I'm excited for you and glad that - despite the early hours - you're going to get paid to do something you love!