But I don’t mind so much because she’s nice to me and lets my wife kiss her when we’re out lezzie dancing, which my wife appreciates.
Melissa is brilliant on so many levels, she’s an award winning novelist, a book critic, and a college professor. On Saturday she is holding a class for Bloggers!
That sounds fun, don’t you think? If you live in the Portland Metro area, please come and tell Melissa that I sent you. Register at www.longlunchpdx.com.
If you can’t wait until Saturday to see Melissa, then you should definitely go to Backfence PDX tomorrow at The Mission Theatre (they have beer.) She has an amazing line-up planned and it should be super fun. ***
Just go, it will be fun!
Speaking of fun, I have one more class for this term. I finished my screenwriting class and finished my Shakespeare class (I wrote my final paper on the Apocalypse and how it related to Shakespeare’s tragedies–I was feeling deep at the time.)
Tomorrow is my speech on Marriage Equality and how it benefits children. Thank you to everyone who sent me pictures, I’m so excited to have so many! (You can still send some if you would like, I would love more!)
And no, I’m not discriminating against straight people and their children, maybe next time I’ll write a speech about how the families with opposite-sex parents are denied equal rights? Except that I’m not taking any more speech classes so I guess that won’t work out.
Tomorrow is also Call in Gay Day. I can’t call in gay because I would fail my class but I will do it in spirit and try not to patronize any businesses unless I know they support the Gays. I will also try to do something to serve the Gay Agenda–you know undermine the sanctity of marriage or something. Either way, I’ll do my part the best I can.
M. sent me a Yale Sweatshirt, I’ll be wearing it today. Thanks M! You’re the bestest friend I’ve never met. I couldn’t read your return address very well, can you resend it so I can send you a thank-you note? (Unless this blog mention counts or unless you purposely wrote it so I couldn’t read it just in case I would fly to New York and find you.)
After tomorrow I’ll take a breath. I want to have lunch with friends and decorate my house for That Holiday. Maybe we’ll get a tree. But I won’t think about that right now, I’ll think about that tomorrow.
That’s all Internets, now go plan your week.
***No payment or sexual favors were promised for the endorsement of these events.