This party was a blast, as with just about all of their parties. USA cupcakes by Alex (@alexandrabrandt), costumes, a live DJ mixing music and more jello shots than were necessary.
I can’t wait for their next party. Perhaps I will finally show up in costume! I’ve only managed to pull that off on one occasion. Oh and maybe next time it won’t take me so long to write up a short blog post with a few pictures. Jeeze!
Not only is this guy incrediby sexy (physically and intellectually), he has a great mission. Check him out on Moblogic.tv
Seriously, he is gorgeous and I smell at least a little bit of homo in him hehe. But for reals, visit his initiative, VoteSolar and let’s make some change.
The current state of energy in America and the world is just terrible. There are really easy ways that we can do this and there is really no reason we haven’t already. What happened to Americans leading the way through innovation and showing the rest of the world what we are made of.
So yesterday was the fourth of July. Or rather, it was the Fourth of July. The day we celebrate our independence, here in America. Last year I was in Washington DC for the Fourth of July with best friend Landon. We had a nearly missed the show, and in the capitol city, but it was a wonderful time. This year was different, being in Missouri and not anywhere all that exciting.
We celebrate this by cooking out with friends and family, grilling some burgers and brats, enjoying the outdoor weather, drinking and setting off fireworks followed by watching a professional fireworks show later in the evening.
I accidentally didn’t do any of those things. I had the intention of grilling out with Ryan at his work. I had this idea that I’d hang out with my friend Beau and his guests for a Bar-B-Que. I thought I’d pick up some sparklers for a photo I wanted to take. I thought later I would go to Jefferson City or to Faruot Field and watch the fireworks show.
What happened was totally different but still a lot of fun. I went to Harpo’s where I hung out with Colin, Kevin, Brittany, Ashley and a couple of other friendly people. We had the idea of being on a roof equaling a great view of the fireworks. Not so much. The trees around the building blocked any site of the show. But that was ok, we had our drinks and our conversation. I had not seen Kevin in about a year so it was wonderful catching up with him. Plus, we totally matched.
Later we went to the trainwreck of a gay bar out here called, Arches and Columns. I hear it used to be a real deal pub, and then it was a leather daddy bar and now it’s just a dive. But always fun.
Bumped into more people I hadn’t seen in quite some time, had a drink, had a good time. We hung out a bit more at Kevin’s before I went home and crashed.