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Dear Texas Bloggers (and those who Just Like a Good Time and Can Travel),

Hello! It's time for Mama Drama Con Queso...the ab fab Texas Bloggers get-together. We're meeting in downtown Houston on Buffalo Speedway.

When: January 12 at 11 a.m.
Where: Molina's on Buffalo Speedway, Houston

It's a great guest list so far. Make sure your name is on the list.

Go here for the details.

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BOSSY said…
Ack - Bossy hates to miss a gathering of one or more people.
Liv said…
okay, look. i'm walking as fast as i can, but fear i'll only get as far as columbus, ga with this limp. drink a margarita for me?
Karen Jensen said…
Oh this sounds great. Perhaps I'll take a drive!
Wish I could!! Have fun y'all!!

Girlplustwo said…
texas, ah to be in texas.
Michele said…
I so wish I could join you but I don't blog or roll or drive or do much of anything else on the Jewish Sabbath. Darn it. Could you have it on Sunday next year? Please : ) Only kidding. You guys have a great time.
Melissa said…

Cub Scout Pinewood Derby is that day. And I'm kind of on the committee. And it's been forever since I've been to Molinas!

Julie Pippert said…
Prof J I hope you do!

Bossy and Liv, carpool!, yeah.

Michele, tell Jenny, :)

Melissa, no way...rats!

Heidi, maybe another time. ;)
Anonymous said…
I'm SO sick that I can't be there! I've yet to attend a Texas blogger convocation and it's reassuring to know that so many are out there. Next time?
Lawyer Mama said…
I'm so jealous, I could scream.

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