As I have mentioned before I love Autostraddle. I have told you about my excitement regarding A-Camp (lesbian/queer summer camp) that they have organized. Now I am here to tell you about another great Autostraddle event that recently took place.
It was International Autostaddle Brunch Day a couple of Sundays ago. I know, you are asking yourself “what? why did I not know about this? why was I not invited?”. It is because you don’t read Autostraddle, yet. Get on it. Basically queer ladies all over the world amassed to eat breakfast food simultaneously.
International Autostraddle Brunch Day (IABD) was too much fun, although a little nerve wracking for the shyish person that I am. But I was out to make more queer friends and that’s exactly what I did. I met up with about 15 total strangers who’s only connection was that we all lived in Colorado, we all read Autostraddle and we all like eating brunch foods. Who doesn’t though?
Anyhoo, I met a bunch of really awesome, funny, pretty, interesting ladies and am soooo glad I built up enough courage to go. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not always shy. Just at first, when I am trying to figure everyone out, trying to sit back and take all the newness in. I can be really quiet and that is often misread as bitchiness. But I think I did a fairly good job of being open.
We ate a Lucielles. It is a Denver brunch favorite with lines out the door all the time. So I had never been, mainly because I was worried that I would not be able to find any veg friendly foods to eat at a New Orleans style breakfast joint.
I was wrong! I had a really great veggie benny, a super tasty beignets and a few delicious greyhounds. MMMMMMMM, greyhounds. I love grapefruit. I didn’t have the room, but I found out that the amazing looking biscuits were also vegetarian, so, next time.
We laughed a lot, chatted a lot and all got on rather swimmingly. I even got a Florence and the Machine (at Red Rocks!!!) ticket! I am still in a bit of shock about that. The gal sitting next to me said she had a spare ticket and offered to me. For Free! Like I said, they were all soooo nice.
We even decided to do brunch monthly. So next month we are doing brunch at City’ O’ City.
What I wore: I chose my super bright 1950’s shirt dress. It is an amazing print of orange, pink and white stripes with scattered white block print flowers. I paired it with black and white accessories. Like my black head scarf that belonged to my Grandma, my black patent wedges and my white basket purse. I think I got the dress at Boss Unlimeted. Though I have had it so long I could be off on those details.
Yay! Queer Brunch!