Two Boys Kissing, a gay coming of age story by David Levithan, was a unique read.
The book’s most striking literary aspect was the interesting choice of perspective. This was the first book I ever read (well, listened to) that was written from the first-person plural perspective. The narrative comes from the collective voice of AIDS victims as they observe the interactions and struggles of Continue reading
Just a friendly reminder to get out there and make your voice heard today! If you live in Wisconsin, go exercise those civic duty muscles.
Polls are open until 8 PM. To find your polling location, click here. Wisconsin allows for same day voter registration; just be sure to bring a photo ID and proof of residency (pay stub, bill, etc. with your address on it) to your polling location.
God, I love democracy 🙂
I am now safely back home in Wisconsin’s wintry grasp *RIP sunny, warm weather😢* But before I let today’s unwelcome snowstorm get me down, I thought I might share a few more pictures from my time in Mexico.
While visiting the cenotes Continue reading
Today I finally got off the resort and got to experience some of the rich, natural beauty that Mexico has to offer Continue reading
This week I am spending time on vacation with my family in Cancún, Mexico. We arrived on Easter Sunday and the weather has been nothing but perfect since we landed—sunny, 85 (30C), and a constant breeze off the ocean.
México está muy bonito.
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
– H. Jackson Brown
Puget Sound – January 2016
For the better part of the last two years, I considered myself “semi-out” I guess we’ll call it. If someone asked me about my sexuality Continue reading
A few weeks ago I discovered the songwriter, Jay Brannan, while I was watching the movie, Strapped, which features one of his songs. Immediately, I was in love with Continue reading
An inspirational quote I saw on a garden tour a few years ago
You may not be able to control certain factors that surround your life, but you can control how you respond.
Grow. Thrive. Bloom where you are planted.