Sunday, September 23, 2007

The time has come

So I've finally convinced the queen to link my blog to hers, meaning that (hopefully) it will actually be visited by random people more tan once a month. With that in mind, I have resolved to post more often, and post actual stuff instead of my random crappy poetry. So here's my first actual blog since I started this thing.
I tagged along with my parents to Utah for the Evergreen conference, and had a blast over the weekend. While I didn't actually go to the conference itself, I did go to dinner with everyone Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. I met tons of people and got to see some old friends, and it was pretty much just awesome. It was kind of amazing to me, because I'm pretty sure that at any other time and/or place, with any other people, I would never even consider talking about the things we discussed this weekend (ok, I might consider it. But in Cowtown, Wyoming, most people I mention it to would probably run away screaming.) So the weekend was kind of therapeutic. Ever since I found out about my mom's (Sam) and my friend's SSA, I haven't really talked about it to anyone except my mom, and it took me a few minutes to adjust to the openness of everyone at the conference. I loved it.
I think to avoid too much confusion, I'm just going to call my mom Sam in my blog from this moment on. Sam has insanely good gaydar, and I being her son, wondered how she did it. So I asked, and she gave me a quick seminar on recognizing family (f.y.i. I'm not a member, just a member's son. But I'm pretty sure I could pass for one. I think I'm pretty flamboyant. And have pretty metro tendencies. Thought you might like to know.) Anyways, turns out that I have pretty awesome gaydar as well. We went to Costa Vida for dinner on Friday, and I wanted to see how well I could spot. I nailed 2, and found a third that We couldn't confirm cause he left too soon. I'm not sure why, but I'm pretty pleased with it. It's almost like having a superpower, which I've always wanted. I think I'm going to end this post here. I'm sure there's a ton of stuff I could blog about from this weekend, but I'm not going to because I'm still trying to get used to normal blogging. And I still plan to post any poems I write, hopefully to receive any critique from people who read them (assuming anyone ever does). So that's all for now.

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