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I was born in Philadephia and grew up shuttled between there and off a military base in a small town in Alabama after my parents split. I lived with my dad and stepmom. We’d moved around a lot my whole life: I got used to meeting lots of people (now, if I stay in one place too long, I get the urge to go somewhere else). I moved back to Philadelphia in my senior year at high school to live with my mom. Severe culture shock. I really don’t think two places in the same country could have been more different. I like to think now that I got the best of both worlds: that I can think fast and still remember my manners! But it was really hard on me. People talk in a flirtatious manner in the south, and the boys knew that it was only charm; it didn’t mean anything if you didn’t want it to. They knew when to back off. You just can’t talk like that in the northeast, boys will camp out at your house and stalk you to the grocery store if you do, then tell you that it’s your fault because you led them on! It happened to me a lot that year!
I love my job. I know I’m lucky to have the opportunity to do this! But sometimes I get overwhelmed because I do work. April Hunter, WCW, pro wrestling, Scott Steiner, about, biography so hard and sacrifice so much. Normal relationships and friendships, holidays and weekends. Weekends are travel days, so I work 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Often, the days are long because you’re living it. I get home and it’s just a bunch of catching up before I get ready to do it again. Hell, this year I had my Christmas decorations up until February because I didn’t have time to take them down! Pathetic, huh? I also wish I could see more of the towns I’m in.
What keeps me going is the people. The fan appreciation, the emails, those who come to my appearances. And that is what makes it all worthwhile! Worth it.