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"I'm Back Home"

Posted Monday, December 14, 2009, at 1:47 PM

Well folks, I know it's been a long time since I've posted something, but I've been very busy since I've been back home. I will say that it's great to be back home! Everyone I've seen have been asking me many questions about my experiences while at ESPN and I enjoy all the conversations that I've had with people since I've been back! I will say that I DID pass my final evaluation with ESPN and they are looking to hire me FULL-TIME upon graduation (if there are jobs available)!! I'm extremely excited and anxious to see all the doors that are going to open up after the fact that my resume now reads the four letters E-S-P-N!! I want to thank everybody for all prayers and encouraging words while I was in Connecticut; they helped TREMENDOUSLY!!

Now that I've been home, I've enjoyed spending time with my family and going to my sister's high school basketball games (Go Lions!!) and I hope to catch some KHS basketball games while I'm in town. I also just found out that I've been named Sports Producer for ASU-TV for the Spring Semester! I'm very excited for this opportunity and I hope to just enjoy making great sports television with my fellow classmates back at ASU!

Well, I'm going to wrap up the last edition of "Live from ESPN" with a BIG THANK YOU to everyone who reads this blog and supports my efforts!

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Dustin, although we live in Springfield now,we still keep up with the local news in Kennett via the internet.Mark and I discuss and have been reading your blog and are very proud of your accomplishments.Keep up the good work and someday we hope to see you on T.V. and say,"we used to babysit that boy." Go get'em.

-- Posted by milford on Tue, Dec 15, 2009, at 9:16 AM

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