Thursday, April 17, 2008

Cue the Debauchery

A big BLPPHHHTTT! on anyone from Pennsylvania, since no one piped up yesterday. If I had more time, I would go through Sitemeter and figure out who was actually here and kept silent and yell at you individually, but I am not that motivated. I have lost interest...

Spring is here. At least it seems like it. We have had like five straight really nice days in a row now, and it is very refreshing. Not nice in the Aruba/San Diego/Bora Bora sense, but nice by our standards. Like...mid sixties, sunny and very nice. Of course, they are making noise about the weekend being cold, which will suck again, but what are you gonna do? April, May and the first half of June are usually full of crappy weather around here.

On to more enjoyable things, we need to get cracking on Smoking Hot Roommate's bachelorette party. The wedding is in July, and we have to throw her a mother of a bender to celebrate. Big Sis had two last year (London and Newport) so the standard has been set pretty high.

Anyone have any ideas out of the ordinary? We were talking about Vegas over the weekend, but I am not sure we are totally excited about that. It is a long flight, and I would probably have to leave Munchkin home, and we would kind of like to bring her. Then again, SHR, our college friends and I have a VERY lengthy Vegas history...and some of my best (read: most absurd) memories come from there. Stuff that is totally Blog-verbotten...

And someone suggested the Hamptons, which would be fun. Really, there are like a million beach places we could probably pick in late June and have a great time. I don't think we want to leave the country, but it is not totally out of the question...

So...anyone have some unusual ideas that we maybe haven't thought of?

3 comments:

anne said...

What about Manhattan for metropolitan decadance?

Or some Southern decadance? Like Savannah or Hilton Head/Kiawa?

MariaG097 said...

Anne totally bet my idea, I was gonna say Atlantic City?

Rachel said...

I am totally voting for the Beach...Some cute beach where you can get some sun and drink margarita's during the day. It would be awesome! And yes, the South is a nice place to visit.