Good Times

Last weekend I ventured out of “West County” sans husband and children! and headed down to the Atomic Cowboy looking forward to the great atmosphere and company that awaited me.

I just love how “our” area is set up with couches and low tables which makes it feel rather homey and intimate. It was a small group this time, which was actually kind of nice. There was camera talk between Raquita and Stef’s (Cupcake Project) husband, and lots of Twitter talk with Todd Jordon which led to a discussion of the pros and cons of Plurk, with Farrell listening in and still not buying into all the hype. Joel from STL Homeboy made an appearance to his first bloggers gathering, and I filled him in on the benefits of using either google reader or bloglines…..he was still just using his bookmarks! Silly silly boy….It’s all about time management when you are a stay-at-home parent. He has seen the error of his ways!

All in all it was once again a successful get together with great company, good food and drink, and I can’t wait until the next one! I Hope to see more new faces then! Remember, you don’t have to be a member of the guild, so come, hang out and meet the people you have been reading for so long!

 

 

post written and submitted by ABunslife.

For more photos of the gathering, click here and enter STLBLOGGERSJUNE2008 below the slideshow, once loaded.

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2 Responses to “Good Times”

  1. i was so bummed i couldn’t make it; can’t wait until the next get together!

  2. I had a fun time. It was nice to see people again and to meet some new folks! Looking forward to the next one.

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