Reviving an old tradition… we’re truly fortunate and it’s always a good idea to give thanks. Even if you don’t know to whom you’re giving thanks. Lots of superlatives are coming, but that’s just because I’m an opinionated jerk sometimes. 🙂 I’ve got the best life partner in the world. Who just brought me a… Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving
I love our neighborhood. I can’t imagine living anywhere else. I appreciate the goodies of our home. We’ve got plenty of space, more bathrooms than we could possibly use, and tons of “extras” that we’d never want to live without: plenty of outdoor spaces, brick walls, exposed beams, hardwood floors, two-floor living, in-unit washer… Continue reading Anyone want to swap houses?
I’ve posted on the state of marriage before: https://ginia.org/oldblog/blog/entry.php?e=2038359521 https://ginia.org/oldblog/blog/entry.php?e=2096700895 https://ginia.org/oldblog/blog/entry.php?e=808110504 But events of the past two weeks have naturally lead me back to this topic. I adore Chris. I cherish the fact that we’re spending our lives together. But I’ve never felt “marriage” was a glue keeping us together. And I’ve never craved the… Continue reading Mawwiage…
So, I’m thinking: Post-election blues + end of Daylight Savings + arrival of winter = time to go someplace sunny and warm.
the bad news: Prop 8 is looking bad. Gay marriage bans definitely passed in FL and AZ. Bachmann held on to her seat. Stevens may hold on to his seat. (WTF????) Dan Seals lost. The good news: well, one of my former professors had a good night. Significant gains in both the House and the… Continue reading Good news, bad news
but there’s a lot of work ahead. With Prop 8 looking grim, there’s still quite a bit of discrimination out there to overcome.
I’m crying, elated, stunned.