Good Grief, it’s December!

How is it already December!?  This year has flown by so quickly, I can hardly believe it.  I still feel like it’s July.

December’s always been my month of reflection and introspection, so I’m starting that this week.  Going over the past year, all the different events that add up to make this year’s collage of memories.  It’s been a crazy year, that’s for sure!

In addition to that, we’re starting to get ready for Christmas, and enjoying the holiday season.  I love all the snowflakes, and wearing my Christmas earrings! 😀

I’m still deciding whether I want to make a resolution list for next year.  I never seem to do well with them, because life is expectantly unpredictable.  Do you like making resolution lists?

Do you like to look over your year an analyze it?  What do you think about as the year comes to an end?  Any plans for Christmas?

 

Is #MarriageEquality Actually Marriage Equality?

pride flag in front of gov buildingSupreme Court Rules In Favor Of Marriage Equality

Same-sex marriages are now legal nationwide. The hashtag and term that’s been married (hehe) with this cause, is “marriage equality.”

Something that keeps needling me is this: is it truly marriage equality, or is it simply legalizing same-sex marriage?

Is it done now? Is the movement over?

Homosexuals aren’t the only people who have had their marriage desires denied. Seems to me that it (marriage equality) is either a term that doesn’t truly fit the goal, or it is a movement that will extend beyond one group of oppressed people, and soon we will move on to finding justice for other people who want marriage equality for themselves as well.

Do you think the “marriage equality” movement will extend beyond same-sex marriages, and truly be marriage equality? If so, how?