Friday, November 09, 2007

Folkin' It Up

HurricaneTeen will be in White Springs, Florida all weekend for the Florida Folk Festival. I will be set up with Mr. Stuart Pacetti pretty much the whole time working on castnets, so if you're planning on coming out, be sure to pay us a visit; I'd like to meet some blogging friends. A cousin of mine, Sam Pacetti (Stuart's son,) is a headlining musician with his amazing fingerstyle folk guitar picking, and you definitely don't want to miss him, either.
If you can't make it, you're missing out :-D

I've got some interesting posts coming soon that you won't want to miss, including:
A newly-written poem
A article I wrote that was published in The St. Augustine Record
A trip to Durbin Swamp after a couple weeks of rain
Recap of the Florida Folk Festival...etc.

I feel like I'm advertising. I do not have a creative bone in my body right now. Sorry. Hope to see some of you this weekend!

7 comments:

Paintsmh said...

Have fun!

And I hated the Florida drivers I ran into (almost literally) this afternoon. I was going through a green light and one almost broadsided me, then one just about rear ended me. Was not fun! Scary actually. Specially as I was driving my mom's SUV, wouldn't have wanted a tiny car slamming into me. Though I think it is partially the crazy weather.

SophieMae said...

I really wanted to go over there, but it doesn't look like I'll make it. RATS! Too much going on at the same time. Can't wait to see pics and read all about it!

Floridacracker said...

HT,
I'll be lookin' for ya at the festival.

Also looking forward to your coming attractions here :)

threecollie said...

Saw your picture on FC's blog today! So cool that you two got to meet at the festival. Looks like you had a fine time!

Hurricane Teen said...

That's how New York drivers behave down here :-D
But you're right, Florida drivers are generally not the best around.

sophie - I was wondering whether you would make it. Oh well, it should be coming around again this May.

FC - It was very good meeting you. And, um, I didn't recognize you at first due to the large sunglasses that were hiding half of your face. Yeah, that's my story and I'm sticking to it.

threecollie - It was awesome. No other words.

Paintsmh said...

I figured you could say the same for NY drivers. Seems everybody gets crazier when the get away from home. Makes one wonder why so many accidents occur so CLOSE to home...Hmmm... Wonder where that research comes from with some of these people.

Hope you took pictures of the festival, as we are all going to want to see them!

Hurricane Teen said...

sophie - I am having a crisis of creativity right now, and I just can't work up the will to write that post right now. I do have quite a few stories to share, though :-D