Last month was full of friends and explorations for me and when I sat down to really think about it, I realized that I had gone out almost every single night in June. Which is just crazy. In fact, there were only four evenings during June that I spent at home. That’s a meager 13% percent of my evenings.
Which makes me thankful. Really, really thankful. I’m thankful that I live in a vibrant, young city where there is an endless supply of activites with which to entertain myself. I’m thankful that I have a massive group of friends who are also looking to make the most of their time outside of work. And I’m thankful for all the truly inspiring people I’ve met through the DC Tech Scene (I can’t believe I just wrote that publically, but, yes, that’s what it’s called and it’s pretty happening, if I might add) who have become my friends.
Below, I’ve gone back and tried to reconstruct how I spent the month of June. From moviewatching and birthdays to sightseeing and sporting events, I’ve gotta say, I managed to do it all. Here’s hoping that my months continue to be as (mis)adventure filled as this past one has been…
(Please note: I have tried to be sensitive to other people’s privacy. If your name is mentioned below and you would prefer it not to be, simply let me know and I will remove it immediately.)
Monday, June 1 – Attended a lecture by Keith Ferrazzi on the subject of his recently published book: Who’s Got Your Back. Read my reflections here. Afterwards, had dinner at Bistro Bis with great company: @_VNL, @bucchere, @dcconcierge, and @jjgardner3.
Tuesday, June 2 – Asked my readers: Where do twentysomethings live in DC? Read what they answered and share your thoughts. Hung out at Rumors with @abudman and Mark K. One day I will eat and/or go out to Rumors.
Wednesday, June 3 – I believe I spent the evening at home. The first of four such nights in June.
Saturday, June 6 – Went out to The Park (with five cab-fulls of friends!) for a continuation of @mindyzeidman‘s birthday celebration.
Monday, June 8 – I believe I spent the evening at home. The second of four such nights in June.
Thursday, June 11 – Attended the pre-conference happy hour for Blog Potomac at Carpool.
Friday, June 12 – Attended BlogPotomac. Read what I liveblogged from the conference. Afterwards, I flew to Boston for my sister’s Bat Mitzvah.
Saturday, June 13 – Celebrated my sister’s Bat Mitzvah with my family.
Sunday, June 14 – Flew back to DC from Boston and had a late dinner at Clyde’s with @justinherman.
Monday, June 15 – Attended happy hour at Big Hunt to send off Aaron. Read my review of Big Hunt.
Tuesday, June 16 – Attended Sixth & I Trivia at Capitol Skyline Hotel. Spike Mendelsohn was a guest announcer!
Thursday, June 18 – I believe I spent the evening at home. The third of four such nights in June.
Saturday, June 20 – Went out to Public Bar.
Sunday, June 21– Visited the FDR Memorial with Lauren.
Monday, June 22 – Attended happy hour at RFD to send Daniel off on a “find yourself” vacation to Israel. Read my review of RFD. Afterwards, relocated to Sushi Aoi for dinner with Daniel, Sam, Bryan, Eric,@mindyzeidman, @anj39, @dkatzman54, @agrossbe, and @skeevis.
Tuesday, June 23 – Attended the Red Sox / Nationals Game with @mindyzeidman.
Wednesday, June 24 – Attended the Red Sox / Nationals Game with @justinherman.
Thursday, June 25 – Attended the Red Sox / Nationals Game with @dkatzman54.
Saturday, June 27 – Tried my hand at whitewater tubing down the Potomac River in West Virginia with 21 of my closest friends. Long story short, went over the rapids without a tube or a life vest. Collected several bruises as souvenirs.
Tuesday, June 30 – I believe I spent the evening at home. The fourth of four such nights in June.