This year along with a few other gay, lifestyle bloggers I shared some Friendsgiving Recipes as part of Jarry Magazine’s virtual Friendsgiving. If you’re unfamiliar with what Friendsgiving actually is, it’s exactly what it sounds like: Thanksgiving for friends. As a LGBT kid who didn’t have Thanksgiving with his family for quite a few years it became the new norm for, which is why I was more than happy to join in on this virtual one. Even though I really wish I could’ve joined in on Matt and Beau’s feast in NOLA.
As I gear up for Thanksgiving/Friendsgiving I’m going to take a page from Justin’s book and send a big thank you to everyone that reads this or follows along anywhere else. There are definitely still some days where I wonder WTF I’m doing, but then I get a comment from one of y’all or an email about a project that gets me really excited and remember that it’s worth it.
Mike & Gabi’s trip to the mountains definitely has me wishing I would’ve gotten in a trip to The Gorge before all the leaves fell – adding it to ever growing to-do list for next year.
I’m 110% guilty of obsessing over things. Hell, everything, but especially boys. If I don’t drive them crazy with it I almost always dry myself crazy with it. Same boat? Isaac has some sage advice about that very thing.
I’ve been having a lot of “what if” moments as of late, and this reminder from The Fresh Exchange to follow my intuition couldn’t have came at a better time.
Finding a new place to live is already at the top of my to-do list for next year. Now that I’m doing this how blogging full-time thing I need an apartment to myself, for multiple reasons: including an actual living room.
In the mood to freshen up your living space as well? Then you’re in luck cause Alicia may be able to help out with her latest giveaway.