For reasons of Social Security and other benefits that heterosexuals enjoy. It's practical. For homosexuals it is a milestone I never thought I would see. For us it is a joyous celebration of liberation. It was not easy being a schoolboy from a cattle farm in the 50s. We were fair game. For all the heterosexuals who supported us--thank you. We could not have come this far, otherwise.
May you and Ron be blessed with showers - no WATERFALLS of joy - for the rest of your married lives.
My wife's and my wedding day was the most magical, spiritual day of my entire life! And this was in the basement of the Chicago City Hall! Just the two of us. If we had planned and planned the date, invited friends, etc., none of the Cosmic stuff - and it truly was Cosmic - would have happened! The stars and spirits were holding us in sweet embrace.
Now, she's my daaaaarlin' loving wife.
I wish you both even more than the wonder and awe she and I felt that day, throughout your married lives!
Love and Hugs and Joy...and...hold each other close!
mac, I am still the TOQ. If anyone wants to know what TOQ means, it means Tired Old Queen. I'll be 70 in October and I still don't know how to act like an adult. Maybe because I truly like to stay young while waiting for science to develop a body transfer.
Got a few productions coming up. You know what, if I hadn't published with Stageplays, I would not have gotten more than half of the plays I've had produced. I don't want to sound like a commercial, but Stageplay's E-Publisher has been and still is very good to me, so it might be very good for you, as well. This is not an advertisement. I simply want to pass along a great tool while on your journey as a playwright. Honestly, I don't know why any of you have chosen playwriting. You must be nuts, or born with the gift.
I've taken up too much of your time. Let me say that I love playwriting and I love those who love it, too. Consider yourselves LOVED.