It's Groundhog Day, and it's bad news. Punxsutawney Phil, the famous groundhog, saw his shadow, which means this winter could last six more weeks. I'm hoping Phil didn't really see his shadow, and that he was just having a bad hang-over from the Steeler's win over the Cardinals last night. Honestly, I am tired of winter and ready for spring. I am so ready to spend my weekends on road trips again, see the Cherry Blossoms bloom, and most of all, be able to wear my flip flops and sandals.
Speaking of February, I am looking forward to DC's Restaurant Week. An open week (Feb. 16-22) to try out DC's finest restaurants at affordable prices- $20 for a three course-lunch and $35 for a three course-dinner. The $20 - $35 range is cheap compared to how much you'll pay at these places dining at regular price. Anyway, my friends and I have decided to try out the really expensive places. We have about three to five restaurants on the list, so we're all excited. Let's see if we could fit our schedules to eat at these places within a week. Last year, we were able to hit three, so five won't be too much.