August 2, 2009

Should I?

I just ran across my blog in my favorites list and when I opened it, I thought about posting regularly again. Maybe I will this time. I'm not sure why I think I'll have any more time than I usually do- especially considering that I'm toying with a full-time school schedule at UNF for the fall semester along with my full-time job. Wait, full time? Well, the time is about to expire on my $25K+ in GI Bill money and I need to pick up the pace. I've really been moving slow the last few years with school, most in part due to my training and racing schedule. But now that there is no more racing (for now), why not go to school full time? I've had the luxury of not needing to be in any kind of hurry with school but with the new revelation that there will be interference between my job and the defibrillator, I need to get hot on something. Another thing, the GI Bill is paying over $1300 a month to go full time- that is just plain hard to pass up. But I'm just not sure if I can handle a full class load- I only took 2 classes over the summer and while they were not very hard, they just ate so much time. Hell, I just need to suck it up.

Anyhow, I thought that my blog would be boring without talking a lot about the trials and tribulations of training, racing, traveling and tying it all into my life with Char and Avery. Ok, so the training and racing is gone on my part but Char and Avery (sometimes) still train and race and that is a huge part of my life. Plus, I still manage to stay very fit and that is kind of interesting. But I still have a cool job, I still have a heart disease and I have some possible big things coming in the near future. I also still ride my bikes quite a bit so maybe- just maybe, I'll take you guys Biking with Big Blue once again...

4 comments:

jameson said...

do it!

thanks for the reminder... i need to get my GI bill stuff figured out. don't want to let i go to waste.

Raina said...

That's right, Hatfield. Get your ass in gear.

Todd Hatfield said...

Man, the GI Bill expires 10 years from your discharge date. It is constantly going up too!

Smithley- POST!! LOL!!

Sean Crichton said...

College is fun - I wanna go back and study something interesting.