So, how's it going, you ask?
Let's just say the bubble hasn't burst. And yet, because I am a crazy person, at least once each day I become convinced, for no discernible reason, that it is going to burst ANY MINUTE NOW. What the hell is wrong with me? I am working on relaxing and enjoying things as they come. And I am at least managing to keep the crazy inside, where it belongs, and not inflicting it on those around me. Heh.
I did survive my first evening excursion to "the other side of town," so there's that. Hee.
How was the lesbian wedding? Well, it was just lovely. It was much more formal than I was expecting, for some reason. Singing Lesbian wore a full-length formal white gown, complete with train and veil. Non-Singing Lesbian wore a black tux. My friend Jewish Jazz Singer Lesbian sang a beautiful song. The priest made several pithy remarks in his sermon that really resonated with me (in my current bubbly/terrified state). It was maybe the most diverse group of people I've ever seen assembled in a church (and no, Cute Church Guy was not there--hardly any actual members of the church were--I guess they were hesitant to invite people unless they knew how they felt about the whole gay marriage issue). And afterwards there was cake, and a bowl of The Punch of a Different Color. (Seriously, every time we looked up there was a different brightly-colored flavor of punch in that bowl. JJSL and I amused ourselves by imagining that it was magical punch, like the horse in the Wizard of Oz. Hee.) So congrats to the girls. May they live a long and happy life together.
May we ALL live long and happy lives. Not too much to ask, is it? (Universe--I'm talking to you. Yeah, you.)