Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Calling Nashville!

Bring a Beginner to BlogHerOkay, so I was thinking it would be cool to go to one of the Reach Out BlogHer days since the list of cities is so cool. My number one pick is Nashville. Woo Hooo! Lindsay from Suburban Turmoil is always going on about how much fun the place is. I also have another friend who visits family there often... and she doesn't even like her family. Plus, you've got the Grand Ol' Opry. Just a short drive to Graceland in Memphis. I mean, everything I've ever heard about it is that it's a fun time. So here's the deal... if you live near or in Nashville and wanted to attend the BlogHer Reach Out tour but all your non-geek friends won't go with you, never fear! Sugar will go! I would get a discount, which would help offset my shopping, the shopping that you, Nashville Native, will have to endure with me. Haha!

Any takers?? I promise not to behave... I'll even bring you a (used) toy Shamu whale from San Diego... pleeeeez!!!

6 comments:

Average Jane said...

I'm really tempted, especially since my husband lived in Nashville for many years and loves to go back there, but since I'm going to BlogWorld Expo next month, I think that blows my travel budget.

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

Nashville is a fun town. I had to go there for a week-long business trip a few years ago, but was able to carve out enough time to see the Frisk Museum (definitely worth your time) and also the Hermitage (President Andrew Jackson's homestead) which is also worth your time...)

Ann said...

I don't know what the Reach Out tour is, but it sound damn fun!

badgermama said...

Hope to see you there! 8-)

ElisaC said...

Where do you live Average Jane? Maybe you could do one of the GM hybrid carpools and avoid airfare :)
http://www.blogher.com/catch-ride-stop-blogher-08-reach-out-tour

devilish southern belle said...

I live about 2 hours from Nashville, and one of my local Huntsville bloggy friends is speaking. So I really want to go! Yet, I've not made any effort to plan for it or anything. Shame on me.