Let me tell you, the last generation was SOOOO MUCH WORSE. Not to mention, it’s those guys who raised “kids these days,” so don’t try to pretend that the blame for all of today’s problems lie solely with people under 30.
Reality sets in for one gay man looking for love in a mansion filled with other gay men looking for love.
I’d like to present: The Funniest Video on the Internet.
While Saturday was for an amazing celebration, Sunday was for recovery. I took not one, but two glorious naps; took a lovely late-morning walk with B and Q; cooked absolutely delicious chorizo and sweet potato chili; watched a Law and Order: SVU marathon; and made a salt dough ornament of Q’s paw print.
All this was while I watched football and played with my glorious new PS4. Weekends are fun.
Let me get real serious with you guys for a sec and talk about “tumblr friends.” And how witnessing major moments in friends’ lives - friends you met “on the internet” - is amazing. Every time I read articles about us “millenials,” about how we’re self-absorbed, about how we don’t make connections and friendships the same way our parents’ generation used to - I want to wave this as a great example for our generation, of how the internet is strengthening relationships, friendships, marriages, connections.
This weekend, B and I, along with Steve and Corri, got to witness the beautiful wedding of Cami and Watson. We drank, we ate, we danced, most of us teared up at least once, and we celebrated a beautiful couple that’s clearly perfect for each other.
So here’s to tumblr. And here’s to Cami and Watson, who deserve all the happiness in the world.