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November 15, 2008


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Here's hoping your rally stays peaceful and non-violent!


Hurrah Jenn! I will be there in spirit.


Nora Bee

Go you!! Take care of yourself, and I'm looking forward to the report.


Love all the snippets. Very cute and true to today. I loathe that song...wis-cansion...so idiotic. :)
The rally sounds great. Good for you and great you are taking SB. Take care,


Oh, I like that daughter of yours. Will be there in spirit as well!


Did you see The Daily Show a couple of nights ago? When he said, "You lost. And it's a snowmobile."

It felt really good to hear.


Can't wait to hear about it!

Manic Mommy

Walk with pride and peace and purpose.

Your girl is growing up strong and opinionated. Two characteristics I greatly admire.

Green Girl

My daughter envy just got worse.

Reluctant Blogger

Yeah your daughter does sound very switched -on but I'd expect nothing less really considering who her mother is.

Hope the rally went well and that there was a good turnout.

Oh - and you need to update your sidebar now SB is 14!!!!


you know when you think about it? your daughter can vote in vote years, yay!


hi! i live in SD and stumbled on your blog thorough...now i forget! because i've been reading all your entries :) i hadn't heard of this rally, that's awesome. i was there in spirit:)

Little Miss Sunshine State

Thank you Jenn and the women in your life. Saturday night I sat and cried with my Best Gay Boyfriend about Question 2 on the Florida ballot (same as your Prop 8- and same result).

He said it dragged up more of the feelings of rejection he has experienced all his life. He is in a committed relationship and told me how many papers they had to file and how much money it cost them to make sure they can legally take care of each other in case one of them gets sick.

I have so much more to say but not sure I should blog about it...I've had enough trolls lately.


Somewhere in all the nablo posts I must have missed Mr. Fix-it's new job. Congratulations to him. I know that must be a huge relief.

I also have teens that are still talking about politics after the election. I'm so proud of them. Hearing about all the kids who have started paying attention to the issues gives me great hope for the future.


OK, they're all good, but Little Red Corvetter got me! Oh yeah!

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