Although I have not met either of these gentle spirits in person, I consider both to be my friends as well as my sisters. Therefore, their civil rights are a concern to me and to my civil rights.
From the blog:
We, the 18,000 couples married during the California Interregnum when gay marriage was legal, have a huge role to play. The right to marry for our GLBT family will not be restored without us embracing the role of Ambassadors, to teach our friends, neighbors, and coworkers that our marriages are as vital, serious, and important as any marriage.So on this blog, we'll tell our stories. (If you put your stories in the comments, I will put them up as posts.) And, we'll provide information and talking points so we can advocate for our position.Comments are moderated: this is my house, not a free-for-all, and rude, abusive, or hostile behavior will not be tolerated. If you post as anonymous, make sure to sign your post with a handle of some sort.
AND, WHY NOT ONE MORE? Make sure to go to Real Anglicans and read the Episcopalian Bill of Rights. Fred's posts are always a good read!
ALSO REMEMBER the gathering "Community Forum at Tracy tomorrow - our Blog Father, the Rev'd Terry Martin will be there.
This is one time I won't apologize for two posts on the same day.