Posts tagged "Love"

Prop 8 and DOMA spark Red Facebook love

Prop 8 and DOMA spark Red Facebook love
The United States Supreme Court has wrapped up oral arguments in the case challenging California’s Proposition 8. Now we play the waiting game as we await their decision, as well as the hearing and ruling on the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act that should be heard tomorrow. As we wait to hear their ruling in... Read more »

Avoid negative influences on Social Media Outlets!

I cannot believe it has been almost a month since my last post. I guess life just got in the way. However, I am back, and I promise to do better. The main reason for my lack of blogging is that I had planned to take a week off to evaluate where I am in... Read more »

A day in the life of a very spoiled dog...

Nibbler's Easter Picture as provided by The Grooming Spa, 21 North Wilke Road, Arlington Heights.
I know that I have not been on the blog a lot, and I apologize for that. Not only have I been a very bad blogger, I have been very sick. After I finally finished with a sinus infection, I got the flu. Once I thought I was out of the clear on that, I... Read more »

Chicago's Emanuel part of Mayors for Freedom to Marry, which launches campaign today!

Mayors for Freedom to Marry official launched their campaign today during the United States Conference of Mayors meeting. The group released this statement: In affirmation of the critical role that cities and their mayors have played in advancing civil rights and equal treatment for all Americans, we are proud to be chairs of Mayors for... Read more »

Chicago's Emanuel to support Freedom to Marry Campaign

This Friday will mark the launch of the Mayors for the Freedom to Marry Campaign. The announcement, organized by Freedom to Marry, will be made during the United States Conference of Mayors‘ 80th Winter Meeting in Washington, D.C. Chicago’s very own Rahm Emanuel will be one of the 70 mayors across the country pledging their support for marriage... Read more »

Eight Rules for a Happy 2012!

I have a set of rules that I try to live by to make my life easier. I like to renew my these vows to myself at the beginning of every year. So, this year, I am writing down my vows for the year for all to see. Since 2012 is officially underway, I present you with David’s... Read more »

2011: A year of growth!

Last year at this time, Kyle and I were loading up a POD. We were embarking on our move to the Chicagoland area. After coming up here for Thanksgiving 2010, we made the decision to move here. I turned in my notice at work on December 10, 2010, telling them that the 29th would be... Read more »

Finally found our annual Christmas ornament!

This is our official ornament for 201.
Last year, Kyle and I started a tradition of getting a special ornament every year to commemorate our Christmas’ together. This year, we had the hardest time finding one. So, while we have our offical ornament, we also added a few other extra special ornaments to the mix. Hope you like!

World AIDS Day! Know the facts, protect yourself.

World AIDS Day! Know the facts, protect yourself.
Right now, there are approximately 1.2 million people in America living with HIV/AIDS. Of that 1.2 million, almost half are gay men. Though HIV/AIDS awareness should be known by all, it is not. Unfortunately, the number of newly infected individuals has virtually remained steady. Even sadder, approximately 16,000 Americans will die of HIV or AIDS this year alone. It... Read more »

Marriage: It's about love. Nothing else!

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Why can ads in the United States not rely on the simple notion of love? I would be more inclined to donate to get ads on the air such as this Australian ad. I’m not one of those “in your face” gays that things everyone has to think the way I do. So, this simple,... Read more »