Blog vacation

My mother noticed that I hadn't been blogging much lately. That's true - in fact, I made a New Year's Resolution to stop blogging, at least for the semester. I've got additional responsibilities this semester which are keeping me extra busy, so I'm putting the blog aside for the next few months.



Have a good winter and spring, everyone. May it be less geologically tragic than 2010 has been so far.


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The geo-blogosphere will keenly feel your absence, while we totally understanding that blogging must come second to real-life. Have a good semester, and we hope you will come back in the summer with time and energy to blog again.