Boyer talks SnapChat, whereabouts for the last two weeks

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During a brief hiatus from this blog, I learned about the joys of SnapChatting from my little sister, Casey. She’s 21 and totally hip.

Hello world.

I’m back at it after a couple week hiatus.

What happened during that time, you ask?

(Or maybe you don’t. I often think people are more interested in my shenanigans than they actually are.)

For one, I took the bajillion days off that I had been storing all year long for no particular purpose.

I used the time to experience the culture of the Pennsylvania Farm Show.

I also learned about the SnapChat app from my sister. My life will never be the same.

How it works: You send someone an image, but they can only see it for 10 seconds before it disappears. You can draw on the photo. Give them a mustache. Type a message on top of it. Whatever.

But they can only see it for 10 BLOODY SECONDS.

I don’t get it, but I love it. And I hear it’s what the kids are doing these days.

Send me love at “bylaurenboyer.” And please — keep it clean or I’ll have you hunted down.

Also, my career at the York Daily Record/Sunday News turned 2 years old.

How’s that for an update?

Tonight, I’m heading to the Dover Area Community Library with the NewsVroom to talk to some Girl Scouts about how to #partylikeajournalist.

It’s part of a super awesome campaign to visit all the libraries in York County.

I’ll be behind the wheel of said decorated panel van. Stay tuned.

Taken at the Farm Show in Harrisburg, a central Pennsylvania tradition.

Taken at the Farm Show in Harrisburg, a central Pennsylvania tradition.

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