Scott designed a logo for me and I have a team of friends helping me to figure out what to include. Any further suggestions are welcome.
Some of us even had some t-shirts made that we will be wearing when we walk in the SLC pride parade next Sunday with Utah Gay Fathers. I am so excited.
Last night several of these friends, some with their spouses (and ex-spouses) and children came to our monthly moho party. Yes, we continue to have the events, although we've slowed down to one every two months for the last couple. Attendance had really dropped, but last night was crowded and diverse and wonderful.
I love the friends I've made and the support that we give one another as we try to face our trials in the most positive way we can.
So many things to blog about....
Well, here is a quick post.
Mormon Stories Circling the Wagons Conference from November 2011--the interfaith service was my favorite part, and I was even asked to participate. Here it is if you missed it or want to re-watch it.
(My part is just a scripture reading and is probably the least exciting of the service. It starts at about 14:15.)
I am a 42-year-old mother of 5 and a high school math teacher. The father of my children, my high school sweetheart, came to terms with being gay in the summer of 2008, just before Prop 8 in CA became really big news. This blog documents my journey with our relationship and family, and with my struggle as a member of the LDS church that chooses to support and rejoice in the loving relationships and marriages of my gay friends.
"When you wish upon a falling star, your dreams can come true. Unless it's really a meteorite hurtling to the Earth which will destroy all life. Then you're pretty much hosed no matter what you wish for. Unless it's death by meteor."
Dove Chocolate Promises
Well-behaved women rarely make history.
Life is not one big to-do list.
You do not have to clean like your mother.
Even a small pebble makes ripples.
Keep your promises to yourself and others.
Always put people before things.
Answer the phone everyday like it's your birthday.
Never let negative people bring you down.
Attitude can make all the difference in the world.