One of the main reasons I started this blog was to randomly speak of any and everything. As you can tell, I’m as random as blogging to once a week for a couple of months, to not blogging at all for a couple of months. It’s who I am. Sorry!
For those of you who do know me, know that cheerleading is everything to me. I love everything about it, and my goal in life is to make everyone that is a part of cheerleading, understand what it is all about. I want people to understand the athleticism, the politics, the music, the everything. I don’t know EVERYTHING about cheerleading, but I know a lot. I want to be an educator about the “sport” that I grew to love. The only reason I put sport in quotations is because it’s not considered a sport. I’m not sure if I’ve blogged or broadcasted via my podcast about that, but I promise I will.
I just spent over 60 hours in a span of 3 days judging almost 1,000 cheerleading teams. Most people would consider that stressful, boring, hard, or some other negative synonym to the aforementioned words, but I enjoyed every minute of it. I got to meet people who are just as passionate about cheerleading as I am and who can teach me as I go along.
Cheerleading is definitely part of my DNA, and as long as I can educate people whether it be by a blog, a podcast, or a presentation in front of a crowd, I will do it.
Anyone who is interested can check out the few podcasts I do have at cheerology.podomatic.com or follow me on Twitter at cheer_ology.
P.S. This is what a cheer hangover does to you.