The wait is over! The party is tonight. Manny is all set. Look at him in his new tuxedo from the Men’s Wearhouse in Mira Mesa. I guarantee it!
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what this party truly means. I’ve been flashing back to the days after August 20, 2009 as we walked out of the studio at Clearchannel to all those day and all those weeks and all those months of being off the air.
What did it all mean? Will I ever go through anything like that again? What have I learned?
Well, tonight is to celebrate that the Jeff and Jer Showgram is back on the air. The only way to do that, is to throw a party NOT for us, but for YOU. Tonight is all about saying THANK YOU.
Thank you to our listeners for staying with us. It’s a tough world out there and nothing is handed to you anymore. 17 months is a long time. 17 months is a very long time to be off the air. We have to work hard to get people to listen. We don’t have an advertising budget, so our advertising comes with putting on good shows.
Each one of us has a story to tell and currently dealing with so many things in our personal lives, but it’s all for the better. I think tonight is going to be fun and emotional.
Jeff said yesterday on the air that all of us on the show are different personalities, but for some reason when all 6 of us show up to work at KyXy 96.5, it just works like a well oiled machine.
I’m so happy to be back on the air. It’s fun to be doing what we do right here in my hometown of San Diego.
I wish everyone was able to go to the party. Today, will be a day full of emails, text messages, phone calls, pages, alerts, faxes, western union, pony express, and maybe even a airplane banner with messages to all of us on the show from friends and family waiting for the very last day to get tickets.
I’m so excited. I couldn’t sleep last night. The wait is finally over. I think tonight will be an exclamation point to the fact we were off and now back on. Everything after today is a brand new chapter.
Speaking of brand new chapters, I actually started one yesterday. I went to Honda of Escondido and worked with the GM Gary Palmer and one of the managers named Andrea Schramm and got a brand new Honda Civic. The color is URBAN TITANIUM. I think they could have just called it bronze.
I was fed up with paying over 110 bucks to almost fill up my Expedition, so I decided to finally do something about the gas prices and get a car that economically makes sense.
This will give me a lower monthly payment and also help me save even more money with gas.
I can get so stressed as I manage my new life and re organize and re structure everything to the best of my ability. It’s been tough and it’s been hard, but it’s a challenge that I am taking head on and it actually excites me to go through these changes as I get closer to figuring things out in my life.
I think about my mom all the time. She’s doing well right now and all her vital signs look great. BUT, for some reason my mom isn’t talking like before. She isn’t holding any conversations. I told my sister that I think my mom had another stroke or something, but they ran tests and she didn’t, but for some strange reason, she’s not saying too many words right now.
I’m hoping this is just a strange occurence and she will be herself soon.
I’m going to see my mom today. I don’t see her enough, but when we do have a big occassion or it’s a big day in my life, I always make time to see my mom and to just give her a hug, because I know all that I am about and all that I have been blessed with started because my mom raised me right all by herself.
So, please think of my mom today okay?