Monday, September 24, 2007

blog2face

It was my original idea, just ask h. So, where am I? In New freakin' Jersey. Not that I didn't completely choose New Jersey over blog2face, I did. But only because it is on the way to NYC. And NYC is a cool place to be. Except, I am slightly concerned about the visit of one particular world leader whose visit coincides. I will steer clear of the UN and Columbia, rest assured.

I've never been to New Jersey. I just walked across the Delaware River on a pedestrian bridge clear into Pennsylvania. It's a lovely area, lots of shops and old town squares. George Washington did the same thing in 1776 to defeat the Hessians. Except in the opposite direction. Good times. I want a full accounting of blog2face, no joke.

Love you, miss you.

7 comments:

h. said...

we missed you!!!!!!!!!!!!! we will do it again. and as soon as you get back i'll roll over to 420 for a full account. love!! h.

seantk said...

It was glorious. Kind of tipped the geek factor when we all were chuckling amongst ourselves about "word verification," but that made it all the more fun. Laughs were had by all.

Marie-Claire said...

i have a feeling he didn't go over the bridge thinking "hm there's some really nice shops here". Men never notice shops.

seantk said...

No, he did. I remember reading something about that in a class somewhere.....if I remember correctly, he picked up an amazing pair of matching buckles for his kicks. He did, however, pay a high price as his ear was grazed by shrapnel upon entering the "nice shop." Washington learned a lesson that day: during a war, it's best to skip the shopping.

ManUtd17 said...

You need to get back to town by Friday because I understand that Jeane is watching my kid all day Friday.

Liver is good said...

Hey! Keegan is mine! All mine!!!

Mark said...

Got your text...what show did you see?? I was in bed thus the non-reply. So much has happened in the blogoshpere since I last stopped by.

I want to hear some accounts of the Mark Fritchman discussion at b2f. I'm sure they were good.

btw-this is amy