Once In A Lifetime Opportunities

Life is full of lessons that you’re forced to learn, and let me tell you, I learned a lot this month. I was physically knocked out of commission for the whole month due to a pinched nerve in my neck. It effected my back, shoulder and right arm. I spent so much time Netflix and…

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Weddings And Funerals

Funerals and weddings are my least favorite ways to spend time. I have to dress up in a shirt and tie to attend a formal ritual of zero interest. This month I had a memorial service and wedding within 48 hours of each other, boy am I glad that’s over with. Funerals, memorial services, celebrations…

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Birthdays

Celebrating my birthday sucks. I hate all that attention drawn to me and people making a big deal out of something I have zero interest in, like hemorrhoids or looking at baby pictures. I’d rather be alone so I don’t have to “appreciate” the well wishes and pretend like I care. The only time I…

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The Day I Met Cher: The Dream

I’m in a high school parking lot on a beautiful New York day. There are cheerleaders atop a school bus doing routines. Flips, splits and pom-pom’s everywhere, major routines beyond anything I’ve seen in any of the six Bring It On movies…yes, I’ve seen all six. They’re defying gravity (this is a dream after all)…

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April Fools Day

In my gay opinion, April Fools Day is one of the most stupid holidays there are. If I’m not going to celebrate Christmas or my birthday, I’m sure as hell not going to celebrate April Fools Day. I never understood wanting to pull pranks on people. I’m too lazy to invest all that time and…

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1 Second Everyday

Everyday for three months I’ve been using the 1 Second Everyday app on my phone to capture moments of my life. In my gay opinion, it’s super easy to use and does exactly what I want it to. You just click the record button, trim it down to one second, and at the end of…

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Winning The Lottery: The Dream

Tuesday evening: It’s night and I’m driving in my car (I can safely assume Debbie Gibson’s “Only In My Dreams” was playing on my iPod) into a gravel parking lot of an unmarked brick building with no windows. I get out of my car looking for an entrance. I hear voices from the other side…

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