Live Hosting at Super Bowl 50 may have been the highlight of my life.
Super Bowl 50, whaaaaaat?
For a sports fan, it literally doesn't get any bigger than the fiftieth anniversary of the biggest game. These past 11 days were the absolute best of my life. Here are just some of the highlights, because otherwise this post would be about 50 pages long:
As a Packer fan, I high fived Eddie Lacy, shook hands with Randall Cobb, and was retweeted by Jeff Janis (and then had to face him on stage right after. Take it from me, think before you tweet super close up, ridiculous videos of you fan-girling out).
Gronk passing by my fellow hosts and I, and say "What's up, ladies?" ...as if there was anything more Gronk of him to say. Thank you, Gronk, for never disappointing.
Singing happy birthday with a crowd of hundreds to Markus Wheaton. He follows me on Snapchat, so we're basically best friends.
Having an absolute blast as a guest on the Ted Ramey Show.
Running, jumping, kicking, throwing all over the NFL Experience...not necessarily well, but with fervor.
There are so many more things, but in short, it was 11 of the most incredible days. We had the honor of entertaining some of the best fans in the world as they waited to meet their favorite NFL stars. We threw out trivia, games, high kicks, and whatever else our brains could think up to make them laugh. We introduced NFL stars of past and presen, and then had the opportunity to interview, dance, and joke around with many of them. The tailgate party was a blur of jugglers, stilt walkers, face painters, and the ultimate fans.
Basically, it was the time of my life, and if I get to do that as part of my job, I am happy.