In today's episode, I sit down with Kerry Scott, an unassuming, but very badass young lady from North Carolina. Besides coaching a youth team at Triangle Rock Club, Kerry is a crusher. And she's not ashamed to "spray" a little. You all know that I'm definitely not afraid to spray, and I appreciate it when others buck the norm.
I've spent time in North Carolina, and I know that the southeast in particular can sometimes be a place where you're encouraged not to spray, and I think that is often unfortunate. I agree that just puffing up to talk about yourself isn't helpful to anyone, but there is a fine line between spray and pride, and I think that Kerry did a beautiful job navigating that with the ascent of her first 14a, "Proper Soul." We talk about why she put it out there, and what that's meant to her. We also talk about her support system, and how important it is to have that.
Decide for yourself what's appropriate, but don't let others tell you not to be proud of yourself. And damn it, tell the world if that's what you want to do.
We don't tweet. We scream like eagles.