Helloooo! Welcome to MY PAGE! My own little chunk of the World Wide Web. It's very exciting.
My career started while in college at a little Top 40 station in Clare, Michigan (the Gateway to the North). Not only was I a weekend DJ, but I was also the station janitor. No kidding! I did what was needed to break into the biz, even if it included scrubbing toilets.
After Clare, it was on to Saginaw, Michigan, a decade in Kalamazoo (yes, there really is...), north to Grand Rapids, and then south to Greenville, where I'm excited to take over afternoons on MY 102.5!!!
I met the love of my life in Kalamazoo at a wine festival. Kelcey told me on that first night: "You'll never meet a girl in Kalamazoo." Apparently not... that night! But I won her over with my charm, wit, and a great deal of wine. We married in September of 2001. She's my best friend.
Born: Troy, Michigan
Wife: Kelcey Carlson, anchor/reporter WRAL-TV
Pets: Dog- Phil Stubbs!
Kids: Two! Charlie, born in 2007, and Kellen, born in 2011
Pregnant? Better save up for a new pair of shoes! A study found pregnancy permanently changes the shape and size of mamma's feet.
70% of the soon-to-be-mommies ended up with longer feet -- close to a half inch.
Their feet were also became wider and flatter. And that's with just the FIRST pregnancy.
What happened with the second and third? Not much. The worst happens during baby #1.
Want to find out if your baby is going to be a boy or girl without asking the doctor? Here's the secret -- and it's not the bump!
The old adage has it that if the bump was high and tight, it was a boy, and if the bump is low and spills out over the sides, it's a girl. Not true. It's your shape on top that counts!
If your breast size increases by 3.14 inches, you're having a girl. 2.5 inches means it's a boy.
Other pregnancy fun facts from science journalist Jena Pincott
* Women who live in a society where corn is the main staple are much less likely to get morning sickness.
* Women who reported moderate to severe vomiting episodes gave birth to children who love salt.
* Men with more brothers are likely to have sons. Men with more sisters are likely to have daughters. This pattern is not found in women.