“theBaumann” has asked me to start “blogging” for the website, so here it goes.
“Blogging” is a interesting word don’t you think?? If someone knows the true origin of the word “Blogging” please leave it in the comment section! Now onto business..
I figured I would use this particular blog post to tell you a little about myself, because I couldn’t think of any other topic besides God and well… don’t think you guys want a sermon at this moment, I promise the next one won’t be as boring! Well this is kinda tricky because I don’t like writing about myself, however I’ll try my best! I’m a very simple person, I love my God, I love music and I love my family and friends.
The first thing you need to know about me is that I truly love God with all my heart and soul. Now, that’s hard for a lot of people to grasp because I don’t come across as the most “spiritual” of people, but despite the way I seem, I try to be a man of God.
Second, I adore music. It’s pretty much my whole life. I spend most of my free time singing, playing piano, guitar and now BANJO! I just got my very first banjo and I am very excited to begin playing it. Learning a new instrument is probably one of the most amazing things ever. Now onto the third…
The third thing you need to know about me is I am VERY busy and on-top of that, I am also VERY lazy, not exactly a great combination.Â It’s definitely something that’s a big problem of mine (say a prayer for me about that if you don’t mind). It’s something most people don’t catch as that big of a problem, but the right amount of lazy at the right time in your life can mess you up!
Well, that’s enough with the “list about me that could get boring”, did I mention I have A.D.D? Squirrel! Let me tell you about how I got my “job” as an intern here at Revocation Radio. I was at this event that my city puts on every October called “OktoberFest” (you should come join us this year, it’s fun) and I was performing some skits with my church when I saw the Revocation Radio tent. Well, honestly, I had no idea what Revocation Radio was, but I’m interested in radio and I wanted something new to do, so i walked up to Anthony (theBaumann) and Wesley (BoyBand) and asked them how I could get an internship. Against their better judgement, they hooked me up. About a week later I came into the station, Jon gave me a mic and boom, and here I am.
A little later I was put in a banana costume and danced across a Christmas parade, BUT… that’ll be covered in another blog. So far, I’ve had some amazing experiences here at Rev and I know there more are to come, so stay tuned because I plan on spilling the metaphorical beans about those experiences on this very blog in the near future.
I am very excited about everything that will be happening in the future and I plan on telling YOU all about it right here!
I wish you all the best!