Sunday, May 8, 2011

Adventure Sunday: Calendar of Events!


**I deleted my "Sharon Day" writer's blog. I realized that running 4 blogs while trying to work full time and edit a novel (Josiah: Undead Cowboy)and ghost hunt was perhaps a bit ambitious. I hope to do new things with GHT including video vlogging and lots of informative posts with stuff that will blow your mind. Never fear, however, the content from the writer's blog, such as what I'm doing on all my writing endeavors will be on GHT, as well as the occasional short story. I wouldn't leave you high and dry. In fact, I'm hoping to enhance your experience here. I'm hardly a slacker, just an adaptable gal.**

No whining that there is nothing to do, nowhere to go, and your town is a total bore. Below are links to bigger cities, but you can always go onto google and search for your city's calendar of events.

Don't pick something you would normally go to. If you hate museums, go see dinosaurs. If you are not an outdoorsy person, go to a farmer's market. Make yourself and your loved ones/family try something new. You never have as much fun and adventure as when you find yourself caught up in street musicians and people dancing with kids on their shoulders or tasting chili's in a contest when you never thought you liked chili before.

Detroit
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Cleveland
Washington, D.C.
Charleston
Atlanta
Miami
Mobile
New Orleans
Dallas
Austin
Kansas City
Madison
Chicago
Boise
Seattle
Portland
San Francisco
Los Angeles
San Diego
Phoenix
Albuquerque

7 comments:

  1. Its hard enough for me to run one blog. lol. I can only imagine running 4! O.o

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  2. Yeah, seeing *4* blew my mind a little.

    There is some good stuff in Philly indeed, definitely hit the Franklin Institute, AND there is enough colonial history here to keep a ghost hunter rather busy.

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  3. Zombie;
    I'm an overachiever and a bored single gal.

    RR;
    I have a vision for GHT and I'd love to be able to give it a whole lot more of my concentration. Philly is an amazing town, not just Eastern State Penn, but so much more! All of Bucks County--crazy haunted!

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  4. yeah, there's something going on every day of the year.

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  5. I wasn't running 4 blogs, but 2 plus my family's genealogy blog which I haven't updated in months. I said goodbye to my Random Mind blog and finally deleted it. I want to concentrate on my Above the Norm blog and make it better. The past year I have done things and gone places I only thought of. It is so much more fun doing them instead of just thinking about it.

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  6. Especially when we do them together, sis!

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  7. My condolences for the death of one of your blogs.

    I have been thinking of starting a second, but every time a theme comes to mind, I decide to pass. Maybe one day.

    Happy Mother's Day!

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