Not even halfway through, and already we’ve had our share of exciting times. Right here in the heart of Howard County.
Tonight, it was a blog party at Nottingham’s. When we lived in Columbia we used to enjoy going there and relaxing at their Tiki Bar.
Even though they are located in an office complex, they hid the bar quite well so you don’t get the parking lot/storm water management pond views.
I like their pool tables, their Wii system, the laid back, kick you shoes off and enjoy yourself atmosphere. We were in the Event Room tonight. About 40-50 of us, talking, enjoying the Happy Hour and doing our networking thing that the local bloggers do.
Thanks to Nottingham’s for the hospitality. It was a good “Hump Day-eve” event.
Earlier this week also saw me doing major time in the gardens, for the Conservancy auction basket collection, and the Food Bank harvesting. Still I had time to check out the bee interest in my garden.
It does remind me however that I need to whack back the basil and get the pesto done for the winter. I spent time harvesting, cleaning and doing a little bit of planting. I put in arugula and lettuce. And pulled out the last of the peppers.
Next on my agenda is the removal of the spent tomato vines.
As for my other wanderings this week, I did food delivery to my better half who was ground crew for tower maintenance. He spent Monday at W3LPL’s helping him on one of the towers.
For the record, he says he can see Dulles Airport from up there. We’ll take his word on it.
It’s only Tuesday and we’ve just scratched the surface of things going on around here. I still have naturalist training later this week at the Conservancy, and my husband has more antenna support work plus some tower procurement and a radio contest weekend.
Oh yeah, I’m helping my mom move in my “spare” time.
I need to go back to work. I could use the rest.
So glad to finally get to meet you! So impressed by your stuff!
Thanks for coming out, “Annie Rie,” and for the shout-out on your blog, too. I love hosting these parties, and they are all the easier to set up and host when lovely folks, such as yourself (and Jack!) come out, blog about them, tweet, etc. xoxo
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