Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Glenn appreciates that his agent is honest and hopes that Neill and Courtney can work it out.

Back again! I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend. I am currently up in Napa Valley right for training camp with the Oakland Raiders! It is absolutely amazing up here, and I will miss it once we head back to Oakland for good later this week. 

This episode was really fun for me. I had the chance to review all the pictures that Kari Burkhardt did such an amazing job on! She is one very artistic photographer, and I am so fortunate to get to shoot with her. Her husband, Erik Burkhardt, is my sports agent and is also so very talented and gifted at what he does. He has always been there for me through the thick and thin, and to say I am fortunate to have him and Kari as great friends would be an incredible understatement. I owe a lot to them. It was cool having them both come over to review the pictures with me, because Erik will tell you like it is! I might think that I look good in a picture, and he'll just come right out and say, "I think your head looks weird," or something like that! Haha! That's why he is my agent. I don't need someone sugarcoating something. If something isn't good, then please call me out on it! That's what Erik does, and that's why I respect him. 

Later in the episode you see Drew and I working out a bit together and catching up. It's funny, because when I first met Drew, I didn't think we'd get along because I can be perceived as "jock" or whatever you want to call it, since I play sports and workout. Drew is a cool guy though and funny as heck! The stuff he says has me laughing my a-- off on a regular basis. I'm glad to have him as a buddy! I may be able to beat him in a race on foot, but I promise my classic Cadillac wouldn't stand a chance against all his damn Porsches! 

Now let's all take a moment, bow our heads, and pray that Courtney and Neill can figure out their differences! Haha! Hope you all enjoyed. Until next time!


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