I'm taking on Pete's challenge of listing 20 things about myself that you may not know. So here it goes. I can't imagine you don't know these things already, because I totally live my life outloud, but here goes:

  • I graduated from Bemidji State University.
  • I have a dog named Gloria, and two cats...Mr. Bean and Pnuema.
  • I was the TV station Manager at KBSU Television at Bemidji State my senior year.
  • I've sung the National Anthem at Canterbury Park in Shakopee.
  • I've performed on the big stage at We-Fest twice.
  • I laid a wreath on the tomb of the unknown soldier in Arlington National Cemetery.
  • I once peed in a piano bench while sleep walking.
  • I once passed out on a ride at the fair because it was going too fast.
  • I am afraid of spiders.
  • I owned a music studio in eastern Kentucky.
  • I ran away from my friends house so I could go back home.
  • I was voted most musical in high school along with Dan Miller.
  • I sang with Bryan White at Pioneer Place.
  • I opened up for Diamond Rio at Ironworld.
  • I have lived in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Tennessee, & Kentucky.
  • I have a tattoo of a radio on my butt.
  • I sang on stage in the Twin Cities with Shawn Mullins.
  • I grew up on a farm.
  • I broke my right arm jumping off a wagon.
  • I auditioned for The Voice and never made it to the final rounds.
  • I like pickle juice on my grilled cheese sandwiches.
  • I had a number one hit on mp3.com.
  • I love baking.
  • I love pizza, cake, and animals.
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There are probably alot of other things I could add to this list, but there you. Everything you never wanted to know about me.

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