Monthly Archives: June 2013

Embarrassing Mom Moments

You know those moments as a parent when your child says something in front of someone else and you wish the Earth would just open up and swallow you whole?  No?  Well then, you’re luckier than I.  The Divine Miss M has … Continue reading

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What Marriage Equality Means Across 50 States – Representing Colorado!

Thanks in part to my previous post regarding the Denver Pride Parade, I was asked by PFLAG National if my family would be willing to represent Colorado in a story regarding what marriage equality means to LGBT families across the … Continue reading

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Pride, Parades and PFLAG

We attended our first Denver Pride Parade this morning.  As one of the largest Pride events in the country, it attracts around 325,000 people, with 100,000 attending this year’s parade.  I work with the Boulder County chapter of PFLAG (Parents, … Continue reading

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Last Place is the New First

I don’t like doing things I don’t do well.  Let me rephrase that, I loathe doing things I don’t do well.   Also, I loathe losing.  Like so many things pre-children, I only vaguely realized this and wasn’t particularly bothered by … Continue reading

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The Supreme Wait

The Supreme Court’s last day of term is June 24, 2013.  Among others, there are four big opinions pending: Prop 8, DOMA, Affirmative Action and the Voting Rights Act.  I care a great deal about all of those but clearly, … Continue reading

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