Join the Harrisburg area Twitterverse tonight (Wednesday, March 18) for our monthly in-person gathering at ABC’s Abbey Bar. All who tweet and/or blog are welcome (anyone is, really, but you’ll feel more at home if you can relate to our geek-speak). The fun starts at 7 p.m. and lasts usually at least until 9 p.m. – sometimes later. We’re a wild bunch.
It’s a completely informal event. Topics of conversation range from social networking tools and applications to just plain old real life “stuff.”
Plus, Belgian beers are $2 off. I, however, recommend ABC’s Trail Blaze Organic Brown.
To read about past events, click here.
Hit: fantastic, fun birthday party and the best, most fabulous friends
Miss: waking up with pink eye; continuing to lose voice
Ugh, still trying to get over this virus, and today I’m quietly relaxing at home. I may run a few errands, but mostly this is a laying low kind of day and night. Tomorrow is the annual shopping trip with my mom for my birthday, and then she’s cooking me a delicious dinner on Sunday night. While I’m making the most of my 30th, here’s what’s happening around town:
I have been looking forward to this weekend for a long time – I have two close girlfriends whose birthdays, with mine, fall within about three weeks of one another. We usually try to do something together – a few years ago it was a blowout bash at Noma (Remixed) – but this year, we decided to treat ourselves to The Spa at The Hotel Hershey. We’re going for massages, pedicures and lunch at the Oasis, so it’s sure to be a treat. And it’s a busy weekend in the Harrisburg area, too. Here’s what’s going on:
Hopefully by the time I publish this post, I’m finished writing for my Hershey project. It’s been draining me, and those of you who have talked to me in the last few weeks know I’ve been plum-near a hermit, furiously creating sentences. This weekend (we hope) will be different. On hand, I have birthday drinks (told you it was birthday season), party at Garrason’s and a wine dinner at Flinchy’s that will be the focus of my next column. Here’s what else: