May 31st, 2012 - a 29-year-old badly dressed white guy in Chicago loaded up a U-Haul with all of his possessions and started driving South. Almost 24 hours later (and about a half-dozen gas, coffee, & bathroom breaks) I arrived in Houston to begin work as executive producer of the Walton & Johnson Show. That was 6 years ago this week and I've never looked back.
Thus far, I consider it to be one of the best decisions I've ever made. Life has been pretty great since arriving in Texas. The Gulf Coast is home to some of the best food, music, weather (no, really) and people this planet has to offer. Thinking back on it, I can't believe there was once a time in my life when I didn't eat brisket with queso.
Since making my way to the Lone Star State I've kept busy getting married, buying my first house & playing a humble role in creating some of the best talk radio the Gulf Coast and surrounding regions have ever heard (so please support our generous sponsors). Bottom line, I'm really grateful to be here. No place on this planet is perfect, but Texas is about as close to Heaven as it gets.
So to anyone who ever shared one of my articles, listened to one of our radio shows or showed up at our events (to support a plethora of highly worthy charitable causes), I just wanna express my gratitude. I am honored to be a voice you hear in the background while you live your life and, if I ever get the chance to do it, someday I'd like to buy you a cold beer (limited offer only valid while supplies last).
Thank you, and God bless Texas.