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Old 10-18-2008, 12:41 PM   #1456
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Oh nice! I hear that style is so good with the pest control issue!
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Old 10-18-2008, 12:43 PM   #1457
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Well, I would love to chat some more but I have to go mow my lawn.
Is this a euphemism?
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Old 10-18-2008, 12:44 PM   #1458
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Old 10-18-2008, 12:45 PM   #1459
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You're evil - I like you better now.
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Old 10-18-2008, 12:47 PM   #1460
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Jeeeeesh! You Two!

I've gotta go wash the car now. See yall later!
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Old 10-18-2008, 12:52 PM   #1461
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Gotta go too!
Rob's going to freak on us!
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Old 10-18-2008, 12:53 PM   #1462
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You gals sure do some weird stuff outside! What do your neighbors think?


Well I'm off to work! Wally, be a doll and text me around 7:30 to remind me to take another med! My rent is due!

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Old 10-18-2008, 01:17 PM   #1463
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I think Rob's going to be upset when he's sees what we've done to his thread.


Let's all blame it on Rosie. Well, I would love to chat some more but I have to go mow my lawn.
Rob has no one to blame nut himself. If he had kept up with the trip reports we would be oooh-ing aww-ing over his wedding, instead Wally and Mike refuse to behave and I must serve as the voice of reason.
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Old 10-19-2008, 09:56 AM   #1464
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Old 10-19-2008, 10:20 AM   #1465
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Rob-
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Me----->
NOT you ------>

Even so, I'm hoping Rob gets back to his narrative soon. I'm hoping he's just having so much fun at F&W that he's too busy to think of us pitiful folk out here in the hinterlands hungering for more details of the bestest wedding ever. (Please note the finely nuanced element of guilt I'm working into this. It's a gift -- I know. )
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Old 10-19-2008, 01:23 PM   #1466
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Hi. I just want to say how happy I am for you and your partner. Your cake is beautiful. I am sure it tasted as good as it looks. You make me proud that I am a mother of a gay son. I hope one day that he meets his lifetime partner. As a Disney family, I know that his wedding ( and I say marriage, not civil union) will also be at WDW. The first time that we stayed at the Poly he was 2 months old. We have returned 3-4 times each year..And throw in 10 Disney cruises.. Yeah...We are Disney fanatics.....There just is not anything that can compare to the high we get from Disney...

I have lurked at the Gay and Lesbian site for 6 months or so. I must say that there is no hatred or arguing on this site...(If only there was no confrontations on the other boards...can we say Community Board?) Your family is so accepting and loving. I only wish my mom and dad (son's grandparent's) were as open-minded as yours.

I was raised in an extremely religious family. I mean right-wing, blessed with the holy-spirit, speaking in tongues, all night revival family. I always felt that they were judgemental. You will go to hell if you dress this way, smoke, drink, etc...As a teenager, I always debated my dad on these issues. I have always felt that God cares what is in your heart not what is on the outside..You know, what kind of person you are in the inside, not what you look like from the outside..After reading the posts on this site for 6 months now, I think all of you have more love, compassion, courage, and tolerance than all the other boards combined. It makes me proud to be a mom of a gay son.

I always argued with my father about homosexuality. He said that God condemned it because it was something that you chose. I said, (this was in the 70's) that it was the way you were born. Why would someone choose to be in the minority? They would not. God made them that way. As I grew older, my feelings did not change. My parents chose (and still do to this day) to bury their heads in the sand. My brother is 46 (never been married, one girlfriend in middle school), brother-in-law 61 (never had a girlfriend), neice 30 (never had a boyfriend). I tell you there is something in the genes. (Oh yeah, it is a choice!!!)

You are so blessed to have such an accepting family. My daughters and their (husband, boyfriend) accept their brother as he is. My husband has accepted him (although not as fast as we girls) too. Hell, the girls knew when he was six years-old. I knew when he was three. I always wonder if I argued with my dad when I was younger because I knew that I would have a gay son.

Anyway, I am so proud of my son for coming out when he was in high school. I know that this was not an eay thing to do. I just hugged him and said that I always felt that he was gay. But I will admit, that I did go through a brief period of mourning. I don't know why, I did know..I guess it was just all the feelings of what the average American family would be. You know, a wife, 2 kids, etc. I now look back on that and think, what was wrong with me? My son is one of the most compassionate, loving, thoughtful persons that I know.

I just wanted to let you know, that you bring hope to me that my son will some day meet his lifetime partner. He has had one 18 month relationship with a very nice boy. We met his family and they too were accepting. My son has now gone off to college and has grown as a person. He has made new friends amd they are all very accepting. Hey he is even in a fraternity.

I hope that one day that all the world can be as accepting as this site is. I see more love and compassion in here than I do in every day life. May you and your partner have a lifetime of love and happiness... I know that you must live very close to Magic Kingdom, so the next time that you go watch Wishes, shed a few tears for my son and I (we just can't hear that music and not cry.) Starlight, starbright, I wish upon a star tonight....May your love for one another grow each night.
Thank you, SarasotaMom, for your wonderful post. Your son is very lucky to have you for a mom! And don't give up hope on your parents. People come to terms with things in their own time, in their own way. They may yet surprise you.

I'm glad that you're enjoying my recap of our journey. I'm doing it mostly for myself, but it's nice to know that other people are being entertained by my ramblings.
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Old 10-19-2008, 01:27 PM   #1467
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Even so, I'm hoping Rob gets back to his narrative soon. I'm hoping he's just having so much fun at F&W that he's too busy to think of us pitiful folk out here in the hinterlands hungering for more details of the bestest wedding ever. (Please note the finely nuanced element of guilt I'm working into this. It's a gift -- I know. )
Food & Wine Festival was loads of fun, and I was enjoying it WAY too much to spare a thought for all of you pitiful folk.

As to your attempt to guilt me back into my narrative, you're lucky I like you. I don't respond well to emotional manipulations like that, and (as many family members have found out to their chagrin) I tend to do the exact opposite of what the person attempting to guilt me into doing would like just out of spiteful contratianism. So be warned. Trying to guilt me into recapping is likely to result in futher delays.
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Old 10-19-2008, 01:47 PM   #1468
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Food & Wine Festival was loads of fun, and I was enjoying it WAY too much to spare a thought for all of you pitiful folk.

As to your attempt to guilt me back into my narrative, you're lucky I like you. I don't respond well to emotional manipulations like that, and (as many family members have found out to their chagrin) I tend to do the exact opposite of what the person attempting to guilt me into doing would like just out of spiteful contratianism. So be warned. Trying to guilt me into recapping is likely to result in futher delays.
yeah yeah yeah...


Just get on with it Mary before you lose your readership!
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Old 10-19-2008, 01:50 PM   #1469
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Just get on with it Mary before you lose your readership!
Actually, I'm in the middle of typing out the next installment RIGHT NOW!

But since you've pushed my buttons, perhaps I'll hold off and post it tomorrow instead.

Anyone want to try for Tuesday?
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Old 10-19-2008, 02:06 PM   #1470
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OK, I'll grovel. I'm not too proud.

Please, Rob, would you pretty pretty please write and share some more trip report?



After all, you haven't even gotten to the part where you met your fabulous tablemates at Triton's!

(We got to hear the Reader's Digest condensed version on the ship--I'm really looking forward to the less abbreviated version.)

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