When you live alone it leaves countless hours for my mind to race with useless questions. Through countless internet tabs and a never ending cycle of countless random facts, i found myself on a page with random animal facts...
As I mentioned in my first post... Which you need to read before this one...
I am not much of a writer although I seem to be fairly decent at it. I have never enjoyed reading novels for pleasure, yet I will pick apart any recipe (or my TV guide.) There are many things that have changed in my three years in college. I started at Harding as a music education major thinking that I could change the lives of young students across the country. Only one semester on that side of the Reynolds building, amidst a combination of lots of time in prayer and speaking to many people I switched my major to Public Relations. Through many twists and turns I have found myself working in sports broadcasting and seriously considering it for a career.
I am for sure late to the sports game. I played tee-ball in elementary school and other than that, I was never in to sports until a few years ago. My loyalties range from Seattle to St. Louis, Tulsa, OKC and Little Rock. I never thought I would be in the position I'm in, both in my passion in sports and the fact that I am actually taking the time to write this post.
I am officially calling my blog "Posting and Toasting" and for anyone who knows me and knows sports knows this title may be confusing. I am in no way a Knicks fan nor do I have any ties to Walt "Clyde" Frazier. I simply chose the title because it is sports related, it has the word post in it, and I'm not very creative in coming up with titles.
I am counting on those who read this to keep me accountable in posting at least once a week, although I would like to post every three days or so.
I am already working on a post that will be up very soon... probably tonight.
Peace, Love, and Sports.
Posting and Toasting
I love stories. Everyone has a story, and this blog barely scratches the suface of mine. I love to cook and be with people. Any comments are greatly welcomed.