Sorry for the lack of posts lately. Hiren was out of town for 16 days and my world was limited to just getting through the day. I used to be a single mom, and I can't remember how I did it. I know I did it, but I seem to have lost those skills somewhere along the way. I give it up to the women who do it every day!
Things are blissfully back to normal, however, and I had lots of interesting things happen while he was gone, so I shall get to posting!
Yesterday we went to the Columbus Pride Festival and had a delightful time. It was a fun, festive atmosphere and I can truly say that it leaves all other festivals behind in terms of sheer playfulness and humor.
We were fortunate to see the parade as well, which was a riot. We laughed and whooped at most of the floats, but the ones demanding marriage rights brought tears to my eyes. All day, I looked around and saw love everywhere. It didn't matter what package that love came in; it simply existed and was honored. It is an inexcusable tragedy that homosexuals can't avail themselves of the same privileges and responsibilities that I've taken for granted most of my life.