Welcome to my blog! I like to post my thoughts and musings, sometimes outside the public relations sphere and sometimes directly correlated!
Like most great love stories, Weebly was great until it wasn’t. I built my little portfolio site in 2015, during the height of my finals
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On Sunday, K-State’s personal Lord and Savior Coach Bill Snyder announced his retirement from football. This was especially devastating to me, because Coach and I
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