I'll never forget the day my boss asked me to be on Quick Country. I was at a crossroad in life, debating on leaving my home state for another opportunity. I am so incredibly thankful that I decided to stay here for so many reasons - one being I met my husband literally weeks after taking the position (if that's not fate, I don't know what is). But when it came to my career, it was next level for me. I got the opportunity to work in country radio. To be on a station that I grew up listening to. To work with people that I admired as a hopeful teen. It was a dream come true.

It's never easy saying goodbye. I feel like I've been in a long 5-year relationship with all of you amazing listeners, and now I'm telling you we have to break up. Can we still be friends? In all seriousness though, I will miss you all so much. I poured my heart and soul into my show for several years. I hope you enjoyed listening to me as much as I loved talking to you every day.

I'm not leaving Rochester. I'll still be on the radio, just not Quick Country. You can check me out any morning on KROC. Just don't tell Curt St. John I told you to leave him. ;) So what's my plan? I'm going to partner up with my life partner - my husband. He's a real estate agent and I'm excited to get my feet wet in that field. I've always enjoyed doing house projects and I'm overly obsessed with HGTV, so I feel like there are a million opportunities waiting for me out there.

If you missed my farewell on the air, here it is.

You can also follow me on Facebook or Instagram. I'm serious about staying friends. Thank you, Quick Country! It's been an honor.