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We The People

I believe in America.

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We Are Gathered Here Today to Witness the Marriage of Andy and Jenny

I was honored last weekend to officiate the marriage of my Aunt Andy and my new Aunt, Jenny. Both women were beautiful and deserved their own ceremony – one which had never been shared with any other couple. I wrote the following ceremony up to the Affirmation of Intention. I’ve posted the entire ceremony here as a testament to that special day.

Thank you, Aunt Andy and Aunt Jenny, for allowing me to stand with you on such a magical day!

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Go Ahead – Make Someone Else’s Day

Valentine’s Day is almost here! Have you picked out your valentines and thought of everyone? You don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to bring a little happiness into the world, do you?

Making sure that the people around you know that you support Diversity and Inclusion – where you stand – might be the most important valentine that you give this year!

I support Diversity and Inclusion Рand I support ACRHealth and the Q Center! Please take a look at the good work they do at ACR Health and maybe kick in a buck or two!

How do the actions you take reveal your character? Be visible in your support for Diversity and Inclusion!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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The Next Chapter In My Professional Life

I started this blog a few years ago to explore ¬†the creativity that I’d been afraid to exercise. I’m happy with the results. I didn’t realize how important it was to my psyche to flex these creative muscles. Writing makes me happy in a profound way. Unfortunately, I’ve also realized that NOT writing for a period of time makes me very unhappy. (The Queen has got it figured out. I know that I’m not fun to be around when she asks me if I need to leave the house for an hour and go write.)

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