We celebrated our second on the twenty-first
. Nothing fancy. We exchanged cards and I bought Bruce some a flowering plant. I didn't get cotton or china
as a gift. Neither did he. Why should we? We have a house full of dishes, towels, bedding and clothes. Don't really need any more.
And yes, I am cognizant that in the state of Connecticut, we can legally only have a civil union. Ain't the same as marriage, legally. I don't accept the legitimacy of homophilic apartheid. SO I'll hold on for the day that we can be legally wed.
Picture by Ian Grey
Labels: anniversaries, civil union, commitment, marriage