Things to do in Washington DC: August 2013

FIVE BLOG TOPICS TO WRITE ABOUT WITHIN NOW AND NEXT SATURDAY

HAPPY LABOR DAY IN WASHINGTON DCFive blog topics to write about within now and next Saturday. Well Happy Friday everyone. Then again I don't know if this is a Happy/Sad Friday when you think about it. Why? Well this is the last Friday of the Summer-(I'm crying). YES. This is the last Friday this summer. (Still crying) Okay! I am not really crying folks-SERIOUSLY. However I feel compel to cry. But yes Summer is Over. Can you believe it? I don't want to but I have to accept the fact that it is. Summer came and went with the wind again. Well there is always next year right? Sure.

 

 

But the good news is not completely over. There is one thing that you can do. Also Summer might be over but one thing is coming back. Six words- Are you ready for some football? That's right. College Football Season kicks off starting tomorrow for all you college football fans. But I am not that excited this year though. Honestly speaking I don't like my Notre Dame Fighting Irish chances-HECK we don't have a Quarterback. And Manti Te'O is gone along with his imaginary ------- Okay. I am not even going to go there. I know better I am going to leave it at that. And next week Thursday guess what? NFL Season starts. Now that I am ready for. I definitely like my San Franscisco 49ers chances-NO PREDICTIONS FROM ME.

 

 

Now its time to give you my five blog topics that I feel people should write about from now till next week Saturday. Or maybe even next week Sunday. Why? I have a good feeling that Google is going to be going crazy and probably later trending on either some of the keywords in these topics. People are going to be typing in these topics or some words from these topics. So here there are.

 

 

1. Best bars in (your town) to watch College Football

2. Best bars in Your town) to watch NFL Football games.

3. Best places to visit during your stay in (city/state) this Labor Day Weekend.

4. Things to do with family members and friends this Labor Day Weekend.

5. Labor Day Weekend Events in your (city/state)

 

 

Hope everybody have a great and safe Labor Day Weekend. And don't this weekend what I would normally do. Just kidding.

 

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