Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Meet the Locals!


Hello, everyone!

Now, I know it seems like I've been
neglecting this blog for awhile; I probably
sound like a broken record when I say that school 
has been extremely hectic for me this semester (but it's true!)

In any event, I haven't forgotten about I Heart New England,
and in a way of giving appreciation to all my followers,
I thought I'd put the spotlight on YOU for a change...
those who hail from New England, that is!

A sparkling new feature of this blog,  
Meet the Locals
will introduce you to fellow New England bloggers
from all over the region; you'll learn a bit of their history,
their fondest New England memories, local recommendations,
family recipes, and much, much more!


If you're interested in being interviewed 
and presented on this blog, please send
me an e-mail at erinxtreme77@aol.com
 From there, I will reply to you with a set
of questions, and all you'll need to do is
answer them for me... simple as that!

I hope to introduce our first local by the end
of this weekend, so please stay tuned!

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. . . Accepting applicants now . . .

9 comments:

  1. Oooh Erin!!!!! I looooove this idea!!! Count me in!!!!! xo :-)

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  2. Hi Erin....That's a great idea to highlight New England bloggers. Now why didn't I think of that? Ha!

    That book on Autumn by Susan Branch that is shown in your sidebar is one of my faves! I have it on the table near my bed and I was just reading it last night. I LOVE Susan Branch. She's such a doll and SOOOOO optimistic. She's an inspiration.

    Take care, Erin. Susan

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  3. Great idea. Will be fun to read about fellow New Englanders.

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  4. Yes, I'd love to be an interviewee!!
    Great idea, Erin.

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  5. Today is Mountain Day at both Mount Holyoke and Smith Colleges. The bells peal early in the morning to announce a holiday. There are no classes and the libraries are closed. You're supposed to go out and commune with nature.

    Mount Holyoke students usually climb Mt Holyoke. There are cider donuts in both Smithies & Mount Holyoke students' futures.

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  6. Oh Erin...I so wish I lived in New England, I would love to be one of your applicants!! ~smile~ but am looking forward to reading everyone's interviews!

    Blessings....
    xoxo Gert

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  7. I love this idea Erin! So smart of you! If you're willing, I would love to be interviewed.

    Hope you are doing well.

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Thanks for your thoughts!

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