Monday, June 16, 2008
My Gay Meter is High
While it was the first time in several years that I sat by the sidelines and didn't march in the Pride Parade, it was lots of fun people watching and cheering on others. Figured since I'd been so sick, and actually still am but I'm not going to blog about it anymore (you're welcome), it was best to hang.
So many fun contingents, including the radical faeries...
...and of course the sisters...
...lots of jesus believers, but bless the hearts of this group, they were singing their little hearts out and were doing great...
...and since I just showed you a photo of the jesus believers, I think it's best to follow up with the naked ladies...
...did I mention that people watching is one of the best things about Pride? As my friend KriSte said, this outfit here is a statement. A sparkly statement.
AdRi was a trooper to go to Pride. I wish we had both felt better and could have gone to all of the parties and events and the festival, but it was fun to connect with and watch the parade with our good friends S & K, RSG and HG, and the best part? This was her mom's first Pride. A newbie!
I have a long list of work this week, but I've squeezed in plenty of fun stuff, too. I've been dreaming of the summer, a theme for this year's summer, and will blog soon about that. In the meantime, my gay-o-meter is at high, and it's going to be a great week. Happy Monday!
Posted by LeLo at Monday, June 16, 2008
Labels: queer life, Summer List
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Yeah for Pride!
As always Miss, you look gorgeous, even with a nasty cold. Warm hugs.
Hartford, CT Pride is absolutely PITIFUL compared to y'all's!
Fantastic photos! That's my partner on the "Jesus believers" float! The one in the middle... he's the adorable one :)
Here, here! For the Jesus people. We were home with very sick hubby. I was so disappointed...but happy that you had a blast.
Glad you didn't have to miss the parade. The photos are great! As are your earrings!
Feel better soon.
You are an awesome spokesperson for the GLBTQ community! I'm proud to know you!
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