The Doodler

I guess it's been a bit eh? Here's to digging deep(ly into your shelves of endless notes to find inspiration)

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Love And Rights

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Jocelyn and Mary were recently civil unioned and asked me to be their witness. It was an honor.


Tapping The Glass

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My cousin Erin got married this weekend in Washington D.C. and Jen and I wouldn't have missed it for the world. I have many fond childhood memories of both Erin and her sister, Stephanie, and am so glad we have re-connected as adults, spending some time together here in New York this past year. An unfortunate incident occured at the reception, something I am replaying in my head over and over, wishing I had said and done things differently. Jen and I discuss what happened here because now, with video and the Internet, people are held more accountable for their actions. I chose not to record the incident as it was happening out of respect for my cousin Erin on her wedding day. But I will say this: The invention of video blogging and the convenience of You Tube is a gauntlet thrown down at the feet of bigotry, homophobia, sexism, racism and all the ugliness that humans can muster. Best behave, Cousin Fred. Best behave. Music by: Keane


Confessions :: PostSecret

I love PostSecret. It's a photocast. It's arte postale. It's a collaboration. It's a book: PostSecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives. Anybody can play. It has a life outside the digital realm.

Do you have a particular quality that lets you get away with a lot of shit?

What are your secrets?

Would you be more honest if you could spill your secrets anonymously?

Have always thought one of the great things about Catholicism is its ritual of confession.

I feel better just thinking about finding and telling a secret.

I miss posting here in the throes of winter busy-ness, but wanted you to know I'm thinking of you. This image cried out to be posted here.

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