I'm so very late getting on board this week, as I was on vacation and not able to tangle or to blog. So, here goes, finally!
I wasn't sure if this National day was observed in the U.S. or Canada, but no matter, it's a good thing. I can't claim to have always been so open-minded. Like many people, fear and ignorance fueled my thinking. I was fortunate enough to have three beautiful daughters who educated me regarding gay people and their rightful place in society. Thank you, ladies!
Now I watch with interest the legal wranglings of the various states and courts over gay marriage issues. What the Supreme Court did this week (NOT hearing appeals) opened the way for marriage rights in eleven more states. It's so beautiful to see stories of couples together for forty years finally able to legally marry. Make no mistake - any real objection to gay marriage is financial, not moral. It's all about spousal benefits. So I say hurray for every state that moves into line, but let's get those Federal benefits covered once and for all.
So, here is my contribution. I used Tombow markers for color. Then I tangled LaBel and Laced, Girdy, Boomerang, and Trentwith and Trumpits. This was fun!