Today is a bitter sweet moment for me. It is my last day, possibly ever, as an on-air meteorologist.
I have spent nearly the past two years getting to know the people and culture of the Bluegrass. I’ve had an amazing time experiencing everything that Kentucky has to offer, from basketball, to horses, bourbon, and most importantly the wonderful people. That is why I am sad to say that my time here will soon come to an end.
Later this week, my husband and I will pack our bags and head to the Lone Star State.
As many of you may know, I met my husband in Texas many years ago… During that time I didn’t just fall in love with him, I also fell in love with Texas! At this time in our lives, we believe that is where God is calling us to be.
In a few weeks I will be starting a new career, as the Social Media Marketing Specialist for Highland Park United Methodist Church in Dallas. I am looking forward to the new challenge and the opportunity to better serve God. Also, our new jobs will allow Tim and I to spend more time together and more time with family, two things we are both enormously grateful for.
I have lived away from my family for more than seven years now, and in that time I have missed out on many things, like watching my niece and nephew grow up. But God is so good! He recently called my sister and her beautiful family to Dallas as well. Words cannot express how much I am looking forward to being part of my niece and nephew’s lives!
I have loved everything about being an on-air Meteorologist. But my favorite part by far, has been connecting with you guys! That is the part I will miss most, but I hope you will continue to follow my #TXwx tweets.
Thank you so much to everyone who has made this such an incredible journey! I will definitely miss everyone here in Kentucky.