Hello! Today, I would like to introduce you to Hannah. When Hannah and I first met, I had asked her if she would be willing to do some proofreading and editing for the website, along with some of my blog posts. I realized I kept stalling when it came time to share some new information.
It is fair to say I ain’t the grammar wizard or skilled writer I once was. All apologies to my 7th grade English teacher, Mr. Berg, who scared everyone in his classes with his enthusiasm and commitment to improving our sentence diagraming and grammar use. Mr. Berg, you did a great job, but it’s faded a bit.
I had no problems sharing my ideas regarding learning how to play guitar or how to write songs, but when it came time for the final push of the button, I would stop. I spend so much of my time teaching, writing and recording that proofing and editing felt like a burden and time drain because I didn’t feel so confident in my writing skills.
After talking with Hannah a few times about what we were doing with Green Hills Guitar Studio, I realized Hannah could contribute much more to our little community than just proofing and editing. Hannah is a gymnastics coach, was a collegiate athlete, works with active aging seniors and loves to write. The more Hannah and I spoke, it became apparent she has a real care and passion for people and writing. It felt like a great fit and tied directly into what the studio has been upon from the beginning…community.
It is very important to all of us at Green Hills Guitar Studio that our students experience more than just a place to come each week for music lessons. All of have rich and powerful memories of our own instructors and mentors investing in us, not only as aspiring musicians but as people.
You can read some more about Hannah here. You can expect more from Hannah in the future.