As you can probably guess I totally failed at writing this post yesterday. Apparently, blogging from bed in the dark while your cat sleeps soundly by your feet is not a productive work environment.
I fell asleep faster than Usain Bolt crossed any damn finish line.
ANYWAYS, yesterday was a HUUUUUUUGE day for American History and people all over the world.
In case you’ve been living under a rock in which the only internet access you bother to get is to read my blog (yeah right) The Supreme Court ruled it legal for same sex marriage to occur across the entirety of the United States of America.
Love is Love.
Love is Free.
And Love Won.
People were celebrating, rightfully so, everywhere… In the streets, in their homes, all over the country. Uniting in love, in celebration, in solidarity!
So, someone please explain to me all the things I’m suddenly hearing in protest to this gargantuan step forward for humans.
A priest, setting himself on fire?
Protests in the same streets of celebration?
Justices – four of them – against the decisions supposedly “because the people fighting for the right were not the same people who supported it all along”?
What is it I hear of people “threatening” to move to Canada to escape all the “nonsense”????
SAME SEX MARRIAGE HAS BEEN LEGAL HERE FOR 10 YEARS.
People, just be happy.
Feel the love.
Smile – because for the first time in a long time something undefinable, something intangible, something that can reach everywhere and no where at the same time…
I, for one, am very happy and proud to have been alive for this historic occasion.
– The One Who Just Feels Happy