Monthly Archives: November 2008

Memorable thanksgiving

I had a nice thanksgiving dinner at the house of a friend of a friend, along with husband and 3 of the 4 children.  I thought the most memorable exchange was this:

wife:  ah-choo!
husband: you keep sneezing when I’m nearby, are you allergic to me?
wife: I wish I was, then we’d have fewer children

Snort

The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center is encouraging people to donate to invalidate Proposition 8 in the following way:

Make a donation, in the name of the president of the Mormon Church, to support the legal organizations working to invalidate Proposition 8 and to fund grass-roots activities in support of full marriage equality. For every donation of $5 or more, the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center will send the following postcard to President Thomas Monson’s office in Salt Lake City, acknowledging your donation in his name:

Dear President Monson:

A donation has been made in your name by _________________ to “invalidateprop8.org” to overturn California’s Proposition 8 and restore fundamental civil rights to all citizens of California. The money will be donated to legal organizations fighting the case and to support grass-roots activities in support of full marriage equality. Although we decry the reprehensible role the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints leadership played in denying all Californians equal rights under the law, we are pleased a donation has been made on your behalf in the effort to overturn the discrimination your church members helped enshrine in the California Constitution. Given that throughout its history the Mormon Church has been subjected to bigotry, we hope you appreciate the donation in your name to fight religious bigotry here in California.