Blog of the Week: A ‘lil HooHaa

Blog of the Week: A ‘lil HooHaa

April 24, 2013 8 By admin
This week’s blog of the week is PJ’s blog: A ‘lil HooHaa!
One of my favorite photo subjects is covered bridges and we’re lucky to have several historical ones in out area.
My name is P.J. and I’m the dude behind A ‘lil HooHaa, a
personal blog that has been doing in some form or another since 2005. But, despite
being a blog for nearly seven years, I still have no idea what my deal is when
it comes to blogging. 
The reality is, the only day during the week where anything
is guaranteed is Saturday, when I post an old family photo in my Snapshot
Saturday feature. It’s a hit with family. 
Outside of that, you can expect to see pretty much anything
else. I might post about some sort of food thing I’ve found or worked on. Maybe
some sports. I write about hobbies, brewing beer, life and how it can kick the
crap out of you, a job hunt that ends with more denials than anything else, and
anything else I can come up with.  
Sometimes I work on being funny. Other times, I’m serious.
As a former newspaper writer, I even dive in and write some journalistic
stories. 
I’m an avid geocacher, a game where people hide things out in the world
and others, with the coordinates, go and find and sign the log.
Basically, I write because I can l look back at a decade from
now and it will be a diary of my life. 

As for me, I’m in my 30s, have no clue what I want to be
when I grow up and try and keep my head above water. I live in a small town in
upstate New York. For those who
are baseball fans, I’m not far from Cooperstown. 
I love being outside, watching sports, having a fine beer
and searching for the perfect hot dog. I try to be as active as I can and have
many hobbies, such as geocaching, disc golf, photography, homebrewing, going on
a nice bike ride and exploring new places. A lot of that, in turn, becomes a
major part of A ‘lil HooHaa.
Thanks for sharing with us PJ!  Be sure to go check out his blog this week: A ‘lil HooHaa!

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