Monday, October 31, 2016

"Gay PDA Is Okay!"


"Love Is Love Even On Halloween... Live Fearlessly"




"A Little Insane Advice..."


I'd forgotten how much I liked his character in True Blood...


"Selfie Love..."


 "Selfie Love" - those beautiful, grainy, out-of-focus self-pics that capture the truth of true love...



"Reflections On Married Life..."


Meechie, the pumpkin carving artist...



Dustin did well too... Thankfully one of their dads was an art major!


Here's my husband Ed, (the art major) scaring the neighborhood kids on Halloween
a few years ago, this year he's dressing up as a demon.


This fall Meechie has been pursuing his interest in sports... he was on the cross-country team and they made it to the state championships. 


I've been giving him some pointers as I was once an avid runner myself :-)

It's been a great fall so far.., Tonight, Dustin is looking forward to going "Trick or Treating" with Poppa Eddie, while Meechie and I will have some fun while they're gone with Netflix scary movies.

We're all looking forward to the holidays and we can all say, "It gets better!"


Happy Halloween!



"This Made Me Smile..."


A little dark humor for Halloween...




"The Views To Love..."







This is love...



"It's True, Lovers Do Start To Look Alike..."


Amongst gay couples, it's often referred to as "A Boyfriend Twin"

"While you may be familiar with the old saying, “opposites attract,” in reality, what the heart wants is someone who resembles its owner and that resemblance increases the longer two lovebirds stay together.

University of Michigan psychologist Robert Zajonc conducted an experiment to test this phenomenon. He analyzed photographs of couples taken when they were newlyweds and photographs of the same couples taken 25 years later.

The results showed that the couples had grown to look more like each other over time. And, the happier that the couple said they were, the more likely they were to have increased in their physical similarity."


Read more about this interesting phenomenon here...


"Fear Eats the Soul"



"This Made Me Smile..."







"Same Gender Loving People - No. 2507"


"Love On Halloween Makes Every Man A Super Hero..."

Positive images of people like me... The truth of the matter is that we all need to see people like ourselves. So everyday, I'll post a photo, drawing or some other artwork that depicts Same Gender Loving People as what we are... Only Human.



"Happy Halloween!"





"The GIFt Of Love..."


All lovers share tender moments...



"The Artist's Corner..."


Rick Chris



Sunday, October 30, 2016

"Gay PDA Is Okay!"



"Celebrate Love Openly... Live Fearlessly"




"The GIFt Of Love..."


"The things that love says..."



"The Truth About Love..."


Love is always having to say you're sorry.

- Brendan O'Connor



"This Made Me Smile..."


Always low prices, Always Walmart!



"Same Gender Loving People - No. 2506"


"Sundays In A Home Built Of Love..."

Positive images of people like me... The truth of the matter is that we all need to see people like ourselves. So everyday, I'll post a photo, drawing or some other artwork that depicts Same Gender Loving People as what we are... Only Human.



"It's True, Lovers Do Start To Look Alike..."


Amongst gay couples, it's often referred to as "A Boyfriend Twin"

"While you may be familiar with the old saying, “opposites attract,” in reality, what the heart wants is someone who resembles its owner and that resemblance increases the longer two lovebirds stay together.

University of Michigan psychologist Robert Zajonc conducted an experiment to test this phenomenon. He analyzed photographs of couples taken when they were newlyweds and photographs of the same couples taken 25 years later.

The results showed that the couples had grown to look more like each other over time. And, the happier that the couple said they were, the more likely they were to have increased in their physical similarity."


Read more about this interesting phenomenon here...


"Fear Eats the Soul"



"The Views To Love..."











Doggy Daddies In Love



"The Truth In The Scriptures..."


For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.

- 1 Timothy 6:10
King James Version



"Selfie Love..."


 "Selfie Love" - those beautiful, grainy, out-of-focus self-pics that capture the truth of true love...



"A Little Sane Advice..."




"The Artist's Corner..."


"Self Portrait"
Oil on canvas
Jacob Collins



Saturday, October 29, 2016

"Gay PDA Is Okay!"


"Let Love Be Everywhere You Are... Live Fearlessly"




"Saturday Night At The Movies..."





As an ex-Mormon, I loved both of these films and I'm looking forward to seeing the third installment soon.


"Fear Eats the Soul"



"A Thought To Ponder..."

Husband? Partner? Spouse? Friend? What Exactly Do You Call The Guy You’re Gay-Married To?

How many times have you choked when introducing your significant other to a stranger? Do you call him (or her) your husband (of wife)? Your partner in crime? Your compaƱero? Your spouse? Your roommate? And how do other people respond? It’s a very modern dilemma, and one felt by many same-sex couples.

Queerty.com
October 28, 2016

Now, one man has taken it upon himself to ask advice guru Dear Abby for help with this issue.

“I’m a 55-year-old gay male who has been with my now-spouse, Owen, in a loving, committed relationship since 2005,” the letter begins. “In 2013, Owen and I were finally able to legally marry in California.”

Since tying the knot, however, the guys have struggled with how to label their marriage.

“My dilemma comes from people who don’t know what to call us,” he writes. “People often refer to my spouse as my ‘friend’ or ‘partner.’ At times I say nothing, but more often than not, I find myself saying, “Oh, you mean my HUSBAND.'”

The man continues: “Some of them thank me for the clarification; others just look at me with a blank stare. Owen never corrects them because he feels it isn’t his place. I feel it’s my responsibility to do so, first so as to not play down the significance of our relationship, but also to educate these people.”

Now the man wonders, “Do you think this is inappropriate?”

And now for Abby’s response:

“Not at all,” she says. “The people who refer to you and Owen as ‘partners’ and ‘friends’ are using terminology that is evolving because marriage among same-sex couples is still relatively new.”

She continues: “As it becomes more commonplace, that will change. In the meantime, it’s completely appropriate for you and Owen to speak up.”

What do you call your significant other? And how do people respond to it? Share your experiences in the comments section… 



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