Saturday, June 27, 2015

#ProudToLove*


color me amazed by the decision.

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  1. It's not something we could have predicted even 10 years ago :) Great pic!

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    1. Witnessing all the colors of joy--purely wonderful. :-)

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  2. or even 5 years ago. Thrilled.

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  3. everyone deserves love.

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    1. . . . and to have one's government see them as full citizens, subject to all the protections and benefits there-in.

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  4. About time, yes?

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    1. Yes. Enough of the patchwork quilt, "leaving it to the states." BS. Yes.

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  5. And now our daughters are putting on the pressure. I don't think they care if we're married, they just want to plan a wedding. Oy vay!

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    1. LOL it IS all about the party!

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  6. Long time no see. First, I am also amazed and wish that I had someone to marry. Secondly, I am a little nervous in that this just bloomed up in full throttle on the heels of a horrible act and it might have become a smoke screen not by its own design. Having said that, even though the struggle continues for some of us, some of us in that context now have more freedom than we did. We can get married, and that is much. I have missed reading you and hope you are quite well.

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    1. HI.Indeed, while excellent news and a magnificent stride, there is still work to do. Bigotry, it is in the groundwater.

      I am missing you, too. I'm quite . . . something, ;-)

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