We don't have to dress-up to hide. For more years than I can remember I had to play a role, hide who I really was. No longer, no more. I feel like a full fledged citizen now. The Supreme Court decision to strike down part of DOMA was very powerful and freeing. Funny how much I think I was hidden but probably not, I was probably very obvious. I cracked up my friend Brian recently while we were doing art at Irene's house. I was being campy and Brian started to laugh so hard that he started to cry. (I like a good laugh that brings me to tears.) I guess my actions were not so subtle. Maybe I have not been subtle all my life.
You're on quite a roll, John. Another fabulous spread, or ATC...whatever. It's great. I just had a flash on a clown Halloween costume in my family when I was quite young. It was red and blue, that's about all I can dredge up from the archives at the moment.
Wow John! This is a really powerful spread. I loved that afternoon and laughing with all of you!
What a wonderful series John! There's a cohesiveness, yet each is exquisitely strong on it's own. I so enjoy each post. Thank you for you!
Wow John- what a piece- I really love this one. And I haven't laughed so hard like we did that day in a long time- course the rides in Brian's truck with the three of us crammed in were pretty funny too-
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