I think I may have to expand my definition of “not dating” to include any attempts, not just those that involve me lusting after people from online and/or afar. I hadn’t planned on any other options coming up when I put the kibosh on it all but I didn’t expect any other scenarios to come up either.
I am sharing this because of today’s decision by the US Supreme Court on marriage equality and my personal role as a parent, as a friend, and as a member of the human race. Plus, despite my luck, I am a hopeless romantic and love…well, love.
This sums up how I feel and why I speak up as a person who has been free to marry and start a family without the law getting in the way.
Disagree with part or any of today’s decision or my thoughts? Then share…on your page. Don’t start a fight on someone else’s celebration post (and for supporters, don’t gloat on someone’s own blog rebuttal to this decision). Civil debate is usually welcomed, but I don’t want to do that today. Today’s for rainbows and hearts for those who agree. If my friends can wait this long to get married, we can certainly wait a little longer to discuss differing views.
I took on this challenge thinking it was:
1. Easy, and
2. Not hard to do.
It helped that decided I wasn’t going to use current events or other serious topics, including my current mood, to influence the quotes I picked for this challenge. That’s why for days one and two, I quoted Dr. Seuss .
Rather than do that for day three, I decided to pull a quote from one of mine and kidlet’s favorite movies to watch when we need a dose of laughter.
What is the 3-Quote thing?
Simple. Post a quote on your blog for three days in a row. Easy peasy, except you should probably make sure it is a quote you support and stand by vs. just the first thing that comes up on Brainy Quote or what have you.