The cookout was...epic. Thank the Lord Burkot is connected to two other dorms, so there's a giant covered porch in front where we could have the cookout because it was pouring rain. Chris and Jordan's roommate, John, grilled all the food under a tent in the rain. Nice guy, huh?
The local Democratic party showed up. All the local candidates who were at Street Fair last week, and we had a surprising number of students come considering the weather. Thankfully, the rumored harassment from the College Republicans didn't happen (yeah, I know), but we had Campus Security there just in case so they got some free food.
I still can't believe I met Bob Etheridge. I got a picture with him and immediately texted it to Mom because she LOVES him.
It's midnight, and I have to be up at 6:30, so I have nothing else to say. Here are the pictures.
This would be Mr. Etheridge. Mom FLIPPED when I sent her this.
Brad Salmon (State Senate candidate)
Joe Langley (State House candidate)
Kim...I forgot her last name (County Register of Deeds running for re-election)
Steve Wilkins (US House candidate)
Andrew Wilkins (Steve's son/campaign manager)
Teresa Sloan-Oudeh (the chair of the Harnett County Democratic Party)
me and Deagan, just a freshman who joined the club and has become Louis' protégé pretty much
the officers with Congressman Etheridge
I love my life. I am so blessed. So, so ridiculously blessed. :)