A-B-C-Date!

For this month’s The Little Note Exchange, I’m paired up with Lori (vannclan5.com) :) She had a great post on her blog about ABC Dates! I decided to make one for me :) So here’s some ABC Dates I came up with :)

What are ABC Dates you ask? It’s 26 dates in a year (every other week), each date corresponds to a letter of the alphabet. Since I’m a SC nut I figured I would see what I could come up with. Help me out with the letters I’m missing!

A – Aiken Bluegrass Festival or Artfields

B – The Big MO!!!! So much fun :) Drive-In movie :) Go eat at Wiz’s :)

C – Charleston Market or Carolina Cup

D – Downtown Alive in Greenville, SC (Outdoor street party with live music, drinks, and fun!) {Thanks Samantha!}

E – ?

F – Folly Beach to see the spots where Dear John and The Notebook were filmed :)

G – Greek Festival or Greenville Scottish Games or Gullah Festival

H – Hewn Timber Cabins or Habersham or Hoccer :) {A cross between hockey & soccer}

I – ?

J – “Shoeless” Joe Jackson Museum

K – Kayak/Canoe on Lynches River with the River Rats (My friend H’s dad runs these and he’s awesome!)

L – Loris Bog Off ~ Chicken Boggers around the state gather in the annual cookoff!

M – Merry Marketplace or Myrtle Beach Bike Week and Spring Rally or Medieval Times

N – North Charleston Arts Festival

O – ?

P – Piccolo Spoleto or Pecan Festival or Pirates Voyage or Pole Dancing Class

Q – Quilt Festival in Bishopville, Beaufort, or Hilton Head

R – River Banks Zoo They do a festival of lights each year close to Christmas and it’s awesome! RedWolves Game or Ripley’s Aquarium (Charleston or MB)

S – SC Stingrays Game or SC Strawberry Festival

T – Tea Room and Tea Plantation in Charleston. The Indigo Tea Room books inspired this one :)

U – USC Baseball Game

V – ?

W-  Wine & Design (Greenville, Columbia, Charleston)  Drink wine while getting artsy and painting a sweet canvas! (Thank Samantha for this one!)

X – ?

Y – ?

Z – ?

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So You Wanna Date Me..

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I love getting random phone calls followed by random questions :) One of my friends called me last night to ask: “What is your ideal date?” I honestly had no clue at the time but then I started to think. . . What is my ideal date? I came up with a list :)

My Ideal Date Is:
1. Well planned! Nothing aggravates me more than a guy who picks me up with no gas in his car and no dinner plans.

2. Fun :) I’m an easy date to please. Thrift shopping, out for Froyo, putt putt golfing, running, playing soccer, a picnic, fishing, a walk with the dogs at the park. There are so many fun things to do that don’t cost a ton. I’d rather spend quality time with a guy than spend his money.

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3. Random trips to the beach :) the boardwalk is always fun and it’s easy to keep things lighthearted. Not to mention fishing off the pier, picking up seashells, stopping at Sam’s Corner for ice cream, and eating seafood (sans the shellfish for me).

4. Going to college baseball games! You have literally about 4 hours together. The drive up, dinner, the game..it’s a great time to talk hangout and watch my favorite sport.

5. Bonfire with s’mores :) I’m a chocolate girl. If it involves chocolate I’m in!

6. Going to see a play :) I’m a theater nerd so if you mention anything about going to see a performance you gain brownie points.

7. Conversational not social medial (I make up words). If I have taken time out of my schedule to spend time with you please refrain from texting your mom (yes this has happened before), best dude, ex girlfriend, checking ESPN Sports Center, and so forth. I am of the opinion that your phone should not come out of your pocket while we are eating dinner. I love to talk. The art of conversation is quickly becoming lost in our digital society.