Documenting

In celebration of our recent anniversary and of our impending move (although the destination is now somewhat up in the air), Mark and I spent almost two hundred bucks yesterday signing and notarizing our assorted wills, powers of attorney, and other legal documents in an effort to secure approximately one tenth of the legal protections heterosexual couples are granted when they sign one simple fucking marriage license…

Maybe a new way to proceed with this whole marriage issue would be to sue the state for imposing an unfair financial burden (in the form of notary fees) on a specific segment of its population…

I don’t seem to be writing very much lately. I guess my husband is the prolific member of the family these days. All the same, I’m adding an abridged version of the journal entries I SHOULD HAVE written for the last two weeks.

And — even though I know it will horrify some “purists” who take this whole web journal thing WAY too seriously — I fully intend to integrate them into the archives where they would have appeared to begin with. Don’t like it? Tough. It’s my website and I’ve probably been doing this longer than you have anyway…

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