18 November 2009

Be my guest



One of my beautiful nieces and her handsome husband had a baby two weeks ago and in a few weeks I'm off to DC to see the three of them and the rest of my family. I am looking for some guest bloggers to fill in for me while I'm gone. I will be away for five days, from 10th of December through the 14th and I'd like at least one post a day to appear while I'm gone.

I plan to work this the way I always do. I'm going to set up my guest bloggers as contributors and just let them do their thing. I don't want to see in advance what ends up being posted and there are no real restrictions on content other than the usual "be decent."

So if you're interested in borrowing my podium for a day or for all five days let me know. I can't promise you fame or riches, but your name will show up in Google searches and these days, that's all that matters anyhow.

11 comments:

  1. I'll write a post if you'd like.

    Kelly

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  2. Hurray! I love it when you write guest posts.

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  3. That cartoon is priceless. You know I am in for a post or two. It's been awhile. Barking at cars is getting boring.....

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  4. OK, mark me down as a guest blogger then :-)

    Kelly

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  5. Paul, I'd be happy to write from the Mosaicist's Corner.

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  6. Hi, I'be been following your blog for some months now and I would love to write a post for it. I live in Mexico and I've jus finished building my first house which design revolves around the kitchen (my favorite hobbie is cooking). I bought a Monogram 48" range, looking for info about it is how I got to your blog.

    I could write about my experience designing and building the kitchen and the whole house for that matter...

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  7. Julie: Fantastic! I will be in touch about a schedule. I havedn't written anything about the mosaic world in a couple of months and this blog is due. Who better to write about it than the latest winner of the Orsoni Prize?

    memog: ¡Mil veces sí! Quiero leer tu historia. Las personas que leen este blog y yo les gusta mucho las voces internationales. Favor de enviarme un correo electrónico directamente a p.anater@gmail.com y podemos discutirlo.

    Please excuse my schoolboy Spanish, I'm beyond excited to hear about your construction project.

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  8. Can we get a walking tour of Buenos Aires? You alluded to one a couple of months ago and I would love to see your neighborhood Elizabeth.

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