Let’s see, haven’t posted here in a while… what to say…
Lorelle invited me to make some guest posts this month on her blog. I wrote a short little technical ditty about how to integrate Microformats and WordPress Themes. If you’re into WordPress, or CMS’s in general, it’s worth a look. Since I use this site as a sort of test bed, I might also mention that it’s currently showing nine, count ’em, nine different microformats. And a few other things that aren’t microformats as well.
Went to the Art on Tap beer festival this last weekend. Had a hell of a good time, but was rather disappointed in the food selection. Also, it was one of the only beer festivals I’ve ever seen where all the beer was poured out of bottles. The exception was the homebrews poured by The Bluff City Brewers, which were all really good. I recall getting back to the Saucer, I don’t quite recall going home. So clearly, I had a good time. Paul posted some shots of the fest, some of which include yours truly.
The Rapscallions won at Trivia tonight, amazingly enough. Pete has clearly been making the questions harder, as we only scored 79 out of a possible 160-something. Still, that was enough for a tie, and we won the tie-breaker. $50 in the pot for the next party!
I received an invitation to the wedding of Chris, a friend of mine currently living in Atlanta. I kinda wonder about it, the wedding reception is at a beach resort in Alabama, but it’s in November. Anybody know what the weather is like at Gulf Shores in November?
Along with the invite, I received a summons from Zach for the Bachelor Party in October. Unfortunately, I’m told that it’s the same day as the Great Decatur Beer Tasting Festival. That’s just poor planning, man. Although, a beer tasting in the afternoon, followed by a Bachelor Party all evening… I’m not sure I’m capable of that anymore. I’m not as young as I used to be. Still, it’s doable, and damnit, I think I’m going to have to try. And then this weekend, I have the Cooper-Young festival to cope with. Along with a keg party a block away from the festivities.
Oh yeah, and Raiford’s is reopening, with Raiford back at the turntables. Now that I live about 2 blocks away from that point, I can see many 40’s in my future.
So, the fall is looking busy.
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Let’s see, the weather in Gulf Shores in November will be warm and continued warm, with cool nights, but warm, sunny days, some early morning fog that will burn off, and – oh, yes! If the hurricane season runs late, BIG waves and possibly wind. 😀
It’s lovely. Expect some windy days, though.
And thanks for joining my party. You are one of my great heroes! Did you hear me bragging about you at WordCamp?
Note to self: hang out with Otto more. 🙂 Thanks for the advice on the celly, too…altho I loathe eBay.
Oh, bring a kite – or three!
Gulf Shores in November MIGHT get chilly, it depends which front you’re getting that weekend. But it’ll still be warmer than Mempha’.
(I spent fall 2006 in Mobile, whether I liked it or not.)