This is yet another story about marriage equality in the USA!
My dear husband is away at WOU in his final stay in Oregon to wrap up his Masters degree. Not sure why this time seems so different to me, but I sure do want my husband home soon.
Here is my thought for the day. Why don’t technology companies (Google, Apple, Motorola, Samsung…) stop suing each other to hell and back and produce the best, most effect, NEW products. Years old patients that have become passé and are basic building blocks of our communications systems across all brands, need not be a reason for another damn law suit. This is all paid for by the consumers, not the manufacturers. I cannot believe that a iPads “look” is protected. A car is a car, a tablet is a tablet, a tv is a tv. they look similar because of functionality with the human body. Do business and stop litigating. Earn our dollars the old fashion way.
I had the please to go to Nashville to celebrate with my family for my sister and brother-in-law’s anniversary. My nieces and nephews, Teri, Melanie, Rob, Bryan, and Beth , did a fantastic job of putting this all together. I wish I had enough time to see my parents make it to such a auspicious occasion. Here is to family. Here is to Love. Here is to Joy!
I think that our business with Netlix is about to end. What company would charge you 60% more just so they can expand into Mexico and South America? Netflix is who. I know when I’m being screwed and this will not be the company that does it to me!
The last evidence of our hail storm damage will be gone. The siding is going up and it matches the house almost exactly in color. We already notice the room is quieter and more cool than before1 THANKS “Home Depot!”
Please take time to watch the post just below this one of our legal marriage in CA. This marriage caused no one any harm. No one can hate such a beautiful moment. No one anywhere in the US should fear gay marriage as an affliction on the holiness of matrimony. Any person, straight or gay, deserves equality in this civil society. This evening brings hope to many more Americans.
Daniel and Me had the pleasure to go to San Diego and get married the first day of summer June 21, 2008. We wanted to do this as a statement of legally binding our love in a more formal way. The sad part about it is that same sex marriage has been taken away from those that want it now. As the courts fight over weather on not this should be legal, we are a few of the lucky ones that are. Happy Anniversary to my loving husband on this our third year of our legal marriage