Well, it’s been a long time since my last blog. I figured I’d update now because I can’t sleep. I have to work in the morning, but if I can’t fall asleep within 10 minutes then I get out of bed and find something to do. This is something to do.

I went to Game 5 of the World Series. Yes, I was there when the St. Louis Cardinals won it all, defeating the Detroit Tigers 4-2. I took a few pictures and got the last strikeout on video with my Canon PowerShot S230 Digital ELPH. It’s an older camera, but it gets the job done. I wish I had a better zoom, but I made due with what I had.

My mom won the tickets at her work and she took me. She would have rather given me the other ticket to take somebody else, but the rules stated that she had to go or give the tickets to another employee, which is only fair.

I’ve never given so many high fives to random people in my life. Downtown St. Louis was a madhouse, but with good reason. I don’t really get into baseball during the regular season, but I was once again swept up when I found out the Cardinals were in the post-season. I even got some shirts from Emmis. One shirt with “The Mets are still pond scum,” and the other with “Here kitty, kitty.” Now I can use them to sleep in.

This Friday is my last day at Emmis for my internship. The production directors of all four stations are treating me to lunch next Friday. I may be hired as a part-time board operator for KSHE and K-Hits, but that is stil up in the air because of EEOC reasons. I’m going to be pissed if I get screwed on this.

A podcast I’m involved will hopefully kick off this coming Saturday. It’s called Radio 101. Right now I’m doing some imaging voiceovers for it, and hopefully I’ll be a bit more involved in the near future. Everyone involved is already busy, plus they are taking on the task of a weekly podcast. It looks like we’ll be recording it at the Steve & DC studio at Union Station. One of the people involved is “Junior” from their show. I’ll post more about Radio 101 soon.

That was longer than it should’ve been.