Wednesday, February 6, 2008

To the woman I married...

Give me a call about 6:30 PM, I should be home by then, if the icefog doesn't slow traffic on the Rich to parking lot speeds.


To the rest of you - what, you didn't know I'd married a woman? Well, gee. I've been a bride, a groomsmaid twice, and a marriage commissioner once. So, yes, I did marry a woman.

Look, just because my state's Republicans endorsed Romney doesn't mean I participate in plural marriage. As long as everyone involved is/are consenting uncoerced adults, I don't care if you do.

Oh, and if you know anyone who is looking for a bridesmaid/matron of honor, I'm available.

ETA - John says he wouldn't mind a plural marriage, especially if it meant he could be a kept man

6 comments:

Anne C. said...

This is even more random than Michelle!

Janiece Murphy said...

Strange, quirky, and random. My kind of group. Marriage, that is.

Nathan said...

Ooh, Ooh, Ooh! When you go to the Bonus Round and right before you spin the little baby wheel, and Pat asks who ya brung, will we see her standing there leaning on the rail?

::listens to GF whispering in his ear::

OK, I get the two shows mixed up.

Tania said...

Sorry to ruin the image for you Nathan, but actually, she's the person who will be checking on the felines overlords and house while we're off paying homage to the house of Griffin.

serge-lj said...

Matron of Honor? Sounds scary.

Tania said...

Use of the word matron does make me think of prisons, but as I'm an old married woman, I don't qualify as a maid. But I like to think of myself as an enforcer. Heh.


As one who speaks excellent French, surely you appreciate the Madame vs Mlle difference. :)