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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Guest Blogger Postings on LFAHNH

As we near the beginning of 2011, I fear that my schedule will fill up to the point where I won't be able to post as much as I do now. As many of you know, Jill and I are having a baby. I foresee this alone taking up a bulk of my time. I'm excited to create a nursery and start collecting all the furniture and toys that our new little bambino (or bambina) will need. Along with this, we have many doctor's appointments and classes that we will need to attend. I see all of these tasks being fun, but time consuming nonetheless.

Another activity that will be taking up a bulk of my time is graduate school. It's that time of year when I start to actively pursue my graduate degree again. I only take a few courses each year due to the amount of funding that my company allows for my education. However, Jill and I have both decided that it's time to just finish it up. So, I will be taking two classes starting in the beginning of January. Now, to be honest, class is not one of my favorite things. So two graduate courses will certainly take up a lot of my time in more ways than one.

Aside from the new peanut (that's what we call the baby, because the first ultrasound pictures looked like a peanut) and the course work, everyday life is busy in general. Work is always crazy and there always seems to be something to do around the house. I feel this schedule will certainly leave little time for hiking and writing in this blog. So, I thought it would be a perfect time to run a series of Guest Blogger Posts. It is something that I've been wanting to do for quite a while now, because I'm sure people get sick of reading my garbled articles.

In the following months, I'll be posting articles by individuals who share the same passion for hiking that Jill and I have. The topics and pictures will be purely up to the authors. I'm very excited for this and I hope you are too. Keep an eye on your inbox, because I may be calling on you to share some of your thoughts on Live Free and Hike New Hampshire!



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5 comments:

  1. Hey Karl,

    Let us know, we would be more than happy to make a guest post. Good luck with classes and I know you are still, and will be for a long time to come, brimming with joy over the peanut. It's a wonderful time and I wish you, Jill, and the new tyke blessing a plenty.

    Tim

    Tim

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  2. Thanks very much, Tim, for the kind words. And I certainly will be looking for you two, to do a guest post in the near future!

    Thanks,
    Karl

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  3. Karl,

    Congrats on the baby. As a fellow part time grad student I know how much time that can take out of life. I can only imagine how much time a baby AND grad school AND work will take up. Having said that, I am ready, willing, and able to guest post if you think I could be of assistance. Happy holidays! - Grant

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  4. Hi Grant,

    Definitely!!! I'm hoping to have one blog post per month or maybe even more. I'll certainly be asking, not sure when yet...but thanks for letting me know you're willing...It's appreciated and I will be taking you up on it!

    Happy Holidays, Grant!

    Thanks,
    Karl

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