Just back from the Regatta in
I had to go to Target today.
Yeah, I know, but they have something there that I find difficult to find elsewhere, so I just hadda go.
Standing in line in front of me was a woman Who Lives In A World Without Mirrors reading a copy of People/Us/Entertainment Weekly/whatever with a cover story about Jessica's New Bikini Body Secrets. This would probably be a good time to mention that the aforementioned woman was sporting an ass that looked like it was hosting a puppy convention that was currently having a dance. Next to her stood one of her spawn, a boy about ten in a sleeveless T who bore an uncanny resemblance to the Michelin Man except for the fact that, instead of being pasty white, he had the reddened face of either a potential high blood pressure victim or JD Hayworth (R-Stroke Anytime Now) or possibly both. Spread out on the checkstand counter before them was a Jonah-sized box of Ding-Dongs and other assorted fatty snacks.
The store muzak was playing: "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" - Elton John & Kiki Dee.
It was like that God I keep hearing about was showing me what my private hell is going to look like.
The horror. The horror....
A bronze statue honoring what is believed to be the first openly gay man in
But, Wood was forced to leave
Local historians say that despite Wood's hasty departure back to
A gay pipe band led dignitaries up
“Alexander Wood’s story is an important part of our city’s history and our gay community’s history. The statue is an important symbol to show our lesbian and gay youth that we have a history. Wood was a great citizen of
Spent the day “tooting” around with La Contessa Pomidori doing a little shopping. We stopped in at a little thrift shop in
Spent the evening watching the tube with Hubby. Sunday we have been invited to go to the VIP Clambake at the Figawi Regatta (the premiere sailing/boating regatta in New England) on