Friday, April 21, 2006

Cool blogger bash

Thanks to Charlie and Eileen for a magnificient blogger shindig last night to celebrate, if that's the right word, the start of the special session in Austin. Good to put some faces to bloggers' names, like Vince from Capitol Annex, Bluebonnett from Pink Dome, and Don't Mess With Pink and John Cornyn's Box Turtle from In the Pink Texas. I saw a half dozen or so state legislators there - not just Aaron Pena, who you'd expect, but also folks like Dan Branch, Mando Martinez, Lois Kolkhorst and Yvonne Gonzales Toureilles. Come to think of it, it was a pretty bipartisan crowd all the way around, and by the time the drink specials were finished an intoxicated one. I certainly had a great time.

UPDATE: In The Pink Texas has photos.

2 comments:

pinkdome said...

It was a great time. Wish I could afford to throw one of those kinds of bashes every few months or so.

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