The afternoon host of WRRV will be leaving.

Well, the day is here. It's my last day at WRRV. There's no other way to describe my emotions about this other than bittersweet. I've been at WRRV for nearly two years, but it feels like a lifetime. But now, I have gotten a new job and will be moving to Massachusetts. While I'm excited about this new position, it's still sad to leave something I love so dearly.

I started out on WRRV as part of the Morning Grind. Waking up at 4:30 a.m. was never fun, but always worth it. Going through so many shenanigans with Nick was always a blast. I mean, I got to eat pizza and cake at like 8 a.m., who else gets to do that?! And then eventually, I was promoted to the position of running WRRV. It was an amazing honor I had been working towards and will have in my heart forever. I was the FIRST female to be in charge of WRRV, that's a huge deal! Plus, I got to host afternoons. I looked forward to 3 p.m. every single weekday because I got to spend it talking with you about alternative music, what was going on in the Hudson Valley, and my life.

Goodbyes are never easy, and often pretty corny. But when you love something, it's hard to not be cheesy. I loved working at WRRV and I loved the Hudson Valley. I will miss it, a lot. A lot more than I realize, probably. I'm forever grateful to have been able to spend time with you on your ride to and from work. I'm thankful to have been part of the Hudson Valley community. And I'm happy I was able to be a part of the history of WRRV. Thank you and I'll be sure to let you know if I'm ever on the radio in the Hudson Valley again.

Taylor's Top 9 Moments at WRRV

As I prepare to leave WRRV, I take a look back at some of my favorite moments.