tying the knot
Today's the day
. Bruce and I become joined in a civil union
ceremony. We have planned this to be a quiet affair with only our friends Dean, Di, Deirdre and David in attendance. Mary Ellen Klinck
will be officiating and her friend Ron will be on hand as well. After that it's off to dinner at La Vita Gustosa
Yesterday, at a conference, one of the keynote speakers announced to the participants that I was "getting married" today. Many offered congratuations. One man, whom I've know for years asked pointedly, when did I convert to going with women. I told him I hadn't "changed sides", as it were, and that my partner was another guy.
Mind you, I've been wearing the gold band on the left hand close to 15 years now, so it's not like the commitment is new.
But now it'll be official.
And with that I have to get off line now to get ready for our company to arrive. Wish us luck.