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Krystle

Hey everyone!! First let me say I hate writing about myself.....lol 

Let's see....

I'm orginally from Queens, NY moved to Citrus Country Florida when I was 13.. so guess that makes me a city/country kinda girl.

I always knew that I wanted to be an entertainer of some kind... even tried that whole acting deal (that didn't work...lol) after growing up watching Orpah, Dick Clark, and Barbara Walters I wanted to be just like them or so I thought. After going through broadcasting school wanting to work on TV as a reporter/archor I realized my passion was really radio.
I graduated from CSB school of Broadcasting in 2008 and landed my first radio job the morning of graduation, that's something I have always been proud of. I later than moved to Orlando, FL where I was blessed in my career to work with those I use to listen to as a kid growing up. I wanted to take my career to the next level and found myself right here at WAYZ.
 
I have been blessed with a truly amazing family, my mother is my rock and my friends wow I don't know what I would do with out any of them. I am going to miss all of them but I am excited to now be here with all of you. Thanks for listening and for all the support I have been getting so far.
 
- Krystle <3


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Posts from February 2014
by Krystle posted Feb 25 2014 3:21PM
So I thought about this for a little while and figured it was the right time to share a little more about me with you. You know the girl on the mic, but not so much the girl off the mic. 

I was born Jan 5th in Manhattan NY. My parents were super excited to be having a little girl, but there was something different about me that would change the lives of my parents and family forever. I was born with a birth defect. At the time all the doctors could see was that my right leg was shorter then my left. You can only imagine everything running through my mother's mind. Scared, nervous, unsure of the future. When you have a baby all you ever want is for a healty child never thinking something like this could happen. My family and mother stayed strong and just asked the doctors what had to happen next. After much testing they realized I was born with a short femur which means the bone between the hip and knee did not develop. My mother was hopeful something would be done so that I can live a normal life.

My mother (Maria) wanted nothing but the best for me so she called doctor after doctor in cities all over the US. We traveled finding a doctor that could help me lead a better life. Finally she found a hospital that treated patients with similar conditions. The hospital was right in the city close to home called "Hospital for Speical Surgery". This hospital would change my life forever. I was a year old when I became the patient of a doctor who I will forever be thankful for Dr Bone. He took me under his wing and today I stand as I do because of him. I had a total of six surgeries up to the age of six. Over the years I was fitted with prosthetics to help me walk but there was a problem with those, they would all stick out straight when I would walk and seat down. I couldn't run in them because they didn't bend at the knee. This lead to one of the biggest surgeries that would change my life also one of the hardest desions for my mother and family. See  when I was born, I was born with everything below the knee which included a foot. In order for me to wear a prosthetic that would bend at the knee and make everyday life functions easier as I became older and more mobile they would have to remove the foot. So at the age of six my mother, family and doctors decided that in order for me to be fitted with a prosthetic leg that would bend at the knee they had to go through with the surgery to remove my foot. As a kid I didn't understand why they were taking something from me I cried and cried, but they were hopeful that once I got older I would better understand that it was in my best interest.

I spent a week in the hospital after this major surgery. While in the hospital I got a visit from a lady name Paddy Rossbach along with a young girl name Sarah Reinersten. Both ladies were amputees too. Paddy lost her left leg at a young age and Sarah was born just like me. Paddy talked to me about joining her amputee track team called "Aspire" which Sarah was a member of the team being only 14 at the time. The fact that I knew once I got fitted with a new leg that would bend running was the first thing I wanted to do. So I agreed and my mother wanted me to get use to new things with my new leg. So six months later I was on the track with them getting ready to run my first track meet. This was the start of something new for me. I traveled as far as Florida and Ireland to compete in track and field events for the next seven years and I loved every minute of it. I was even featured in a book at the age of six called "How it feels to live with a physical  disablity".

Growing up wasn't always easy.  I was my happiest when I was among those just like me. I attented school and that's when the bulling and making fun of got started. I was pushed around, called names like "robot leg" "limpy" things that childern who didn't understand something different would do and still do. But one thing I never did was let it get me down, in fact I always would tell my mom that I felt sorry for them because they didn't understand. My mom would go to the school and inform the school what was happening but teachers couldn't be at my side every second of the day. It bulit me and who I am honestly. As I got older I just killed them with kindness after a while they realized their words weren't getting me down but building me up and making me stronger. I started to make a name for myself after a while. I became a cheerleader in the 5th grade and would continue to cheer for the next four years. I also became a mentor for those childern like me  to help them over come their fears once I got older. In high school I joined other activities that would include J.R.O.T.C., tennis, color gaurd and anything else I had time for. I always liked to challenge myself and prove to myself I could do anything everyone else could.

The older I got the more I realized that life wasn't ever going to be easy. People are always going to stare, point, make fun, all I could do was pray for them because they couldn't help not understand.

I started working at the age of 16 and that got me thinking what was I going to do with the rest of my life. What kind of person did I want to be? At first I wanted to be a doctor, but it wasn't fitting for me, than a lawyer because I was always running my mouth...lol. Then it hit me, I wanted to talk, express and bring awarness to those who are different and help those others understand that because we are different doesn't mean we can't. So broadcasting it was.

I have been in radio six years now starting in Crystal River Fl, Orlando Fl and now here in PA and this is the first time I share my story with others in such detail. I didn't know how people would react but then I realized it's who I am. I wake up every morning and I put on my prosthetic and go about my day. Only thing that makes me different is I have to buy one of my legs and have it made every two years, but I like anyone else have feelings, a family, goals, a career and challenges I face everyday.  I can't nor would I ever want to change that for anything in the world. 
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by Krystle posted Feb 13 2014 3:22PM

- Taylor Swift tells "Life and Style" magazine she's "lonely and single" and she has complained to friends that she's UNDATEDABLE. Supposedly, guys are AFRAID to date her because she's always writing breakup songs about her exes. There was a source that said she was on a DESPERATE MAN-HUNT at Golden Globes after parties last month. *I feel the girl is just little soically awkward. Poor thing maybe when she grows up a little she'll understand that she shouldn't be so desperate. Guys dont like a desperate girl. I feel bad for her honestly.*

- There is a list of UN-HITCHED celerities this Valentine's Day among some are Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, George Clooney, Justine Bieber, Selenes Gomez, John Stamos, and Ryan Gosling who just broke up with Eva Mendes. Oh and let's not forget Taylor Swift... So if you're single this Valentine's day dont feel bad because well there are many out there too and on the bright side you don't have to buy anyone anything... ;)

- Derek Jeter will retire after this 14th season. He said quote "I've experienced so many defining moments in my career.. through it all I've never stopped chasing the next one. I want to finally stop the chase and take in the world."

- Olympic skier Stacey Cook got a speical present from The Band Perry tweeted a shout out to her and in return she posted a video of her singing "Better Dig Two" with her teammates Laurenne Ross and Jacqueline Wiles.

- Luke Bryan tells why he wears a ball cap with a "E3" on it. It's the name of the restaurant his buddy ownes baseball player Adam Laroche.  

 

by Krystle posted Feb 12 2014 3:53PM
- Billy Ray Cyrus is going to be working on a rap song. Yea that's right a rap song, he'll be working with rapper Buck 22 and doing vocals on a rap song called "Achy Breaky 2". This should be interesting. 

- Miley Cyrus talks about her up coming tour and feels it will be a learning experience for kids. She said quote "even though parents probably won't think this, I think my show is educational for kids, because of the art that they're going to be exposed to that most people don't know about." I truly have no words for this and how she feels. 

- The ACM awards making their final list and checking it twice. ACM New Artist of the year are Kip Moore, Brett Eldredge, and Justin Moore. Fans can start voting for their favorites starting March 24th at VoteACM.COM
by Krystle posted Feb 11 2014 3:59PM
- Well Jay Leno says he's offically done with TV. Jimmy Fallon as you may know is taking over "The Tonight Show" and Will Smith will be his first guest. 

- Florida Georgia Line had won a bunch of country music awards last year, but this year they didn't get a single Grammy nomination. Tyler Hubbard said quote "They don't mean a ton to us because they're not fan-voted. We are more about the fans than what a small group of industry people care to think." 

- Willie Nelson is going on a 35 city co-headline with Alison Krauss that is kicking off in May. Kacey Musgraves, Jason Isbell and The Devil Makes Three will trade off as openers. 

- In the Olympics yesterday The United States fell from third to fourth. Hopefully we can get back up

- One Direction band memeber Harry Styles thinks his boy bad is bigger than The Beatles. He said quote "none of us think we're in the same league as them music-wise... fame-wise(we're) probably bigger but we dont stand anywhere hear them in terms of music." Hahaha that made he laugh.. sorry kid The Beatles are bigger than One Direction. In 50 years I'm sure the Grammy's won't give a whole night of music in your honor. 
by Krystle posted Feb 10 2014 4:42PM
- Eric Church talkes about what he hates most about being a celebrity and it's being recognized by people. He tells "Spin" magazine quote " I know its not populat to say it but I dont like everybody. I think that's normal." 

- Simon Cowell is back in the UK for the British X-factor. Looks like the USA X-factor has been canceled due to three disappointing seasons. But I have a feeling after this season with the winners being Alex and Sierra that could change. Simon Cowell has hopes of it coming back soon.

- In the box office this weekend "The Lego Movie" topped the box bringing in $69 million in the firs three days. George Clooney's World War II movie "The Monuments Men" made $22.7 million.

- Being married can be hard especially for those in Hollywood but there are many that do make it and have been married for years... check on the list: 
 

1.  Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, 25 years. 

 2.  Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan, 25 years.

 3.  Bono and Ali Hewson, 31 years

 4.  Christopher Guest and Jamie Lee Curtis, 29 years. 

 5.  Sting and Trudie Styler, 21 years.  

 6.  Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick, 25 years. 

7.  David Bowie and Iman, 21 years.  

 8.  David E. Kelley and Michelle Pfeiffer, 20 years. 

 9.  Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa, 17 years.  

 10.  Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor, 13 years.  

 11.  Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani, 11 years.  

 12.  John Travolta and Kelly Preston, 22 years. 

 13.  Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker, 16 years.  

 14.  Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith, 17 years. 

15.  Warren Beatty and Annette Bening, 21 years.  

16.  Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, 17 years.  

 17.  Will Smith and Jada Pinkett, 16 years.  

18.  Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman, 32 years.  

 19.  Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, 31 years. 

 20.  Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, 13 years

 

by Krystle posted Feb 5 2014 3:25PM
- Taylor Swift says she believes writing revenage songs about her exes is way risker than taking your clothes off infront of them. She says quote "For me risky is writing confessional songs about a person with enough details so everyone knows who that person is. That's putting myself out there, maybe even more than taking my shirt off."

- Jennifer Nettles on cover of Rebook March edition SEE PHOTO


- Dierks Bentley's documentary "RISER" will air on CMT February 22nd. 
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