Dave says that the themes of love, forgiveness, of saying goodbye are frequently the focus of these conversations: saying things to a person that you feel deeply must be said while you can still say them. These are things we revere, we reverence. That which is sacred: love, forgiveness, saying goodbye.
If Jones wants to attempt to make some small amends, he should fund an independent group to care for America’s homeless LGBT youth population–a group that has nothing to do with conversion therapy or religion, just loving acceptance.
I guess you can now say that I officially live in Atlanta. We went walking in Piedmont Park where I took the quintessential “Atlanta” photo of the mid-rises reflecting in Lake Clare. The photo turned out nicely. In fact, the photo turned out so nicely I turned it into a watercolor using a new iOS […]
Well, hurray for Matt. At least his preferred method of execution of the gay is a bit more humane than Bobby’s, or ISIS’. Perhaps Bobby and Matthew can sit around the campfire (without all that sensuous hand holding!) and sing a rousing round of Kumbaya. They could invite some ISIS dudes to butch it up […]
I’m not getting old, Your music just really does suck! Boy is this statement ever the truth. Contemporary music is so ceaselessly repetitive I can barely abide it. Oh, and another bumper sticker also found on the car was for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
The all house audio system and the surround system for the main TV really sound shockingly great. (I had no idea how much I would enjoy streaming music throughout the house with decent sound in every room even at very low listening levels!) But there was a problem:
More teasers before the great unveiling, hopefully within 3 weeks! A mere reflection of things to come…
I know a lot of people in the southeast that want to keep things just the way they are, thank you very much. But I will opt for the rush of the risk of change every time, and that, my friends, is what drives the fire of my liberalism. I want, no, I need things […]
Setting up the new house has been incredibly arduous. Everything takes far longer than anyone expects. The painters are working in the house now. The three or four days of painting are looking more and more like they will expand into two to three weeks of painting.
Gorgeous view of the Point Bonita Lighthouse where we volunteered! That speck of light at the end of the land mass is the lighthouse. The camera field of view is so limited, but this gives a small sense of the beautiful sunset.