Who wouldda thought that getting married could make the front page cover story of the newspaper? Well, maybe if they were a celebrity couple, royalty or "reality" stars... but we're not!!! We are just two simple guys with a dream! Did I just say that? Okay, maybe we are not that simple... in fact, there's nothing simple about us. We were lucky enough to have won a contest to meet Barbra Streisand last month & that came at a time in our lives when we really needed a jolt of excitement, so thank you Barbra.
Trying to adjust to life in Suburbia maybe could have some excitement after all. A full page article "all about us"? How great is that!!! You just gotta try a lot harder out in Suburbia. Excitement comes too easy living in NYC - like that's a problem? No complaints from me on that one as you may know from my previous posts. Here's the link to the story: http://www.marinij.com/lifestyles/ci_18736256
So the big news is we are returning back "home" to NYC to get married!!! WTF? After 17 years together, we are finally "allowed" to get married! How ironic is that? Anyway, we wouldn't have wanted it any other way... well, actually why is it that we still can't get married here? But, that's another story. More about our NYC Wedding in my next post when I will actually be married! Wow, that's the first time I wrote that!!!
Maybe it was when Barbra wished us luck on our marriage that the good kharma started. Anyway, August 23, 2011 the day our cover story hit the news stands & her new CD was released... Coincidence? You decide, it's all "what matters most".
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Welcome to Northern California! I lived in San Rafael my entire life and just recently moved to Santa Rosa, so I can fully attest that, yes, our little corner of the world is pretty damn boring for anyone from NYC. However, that does not mean you will not be able to find others like yourself and be able to "stir it up a bit." Best wishes to you and your partner. May you have a lifetime of happiness!ReplyDelete
Hi, I read the MarinIJ article a week or so ago. I have tried to connect with you through facebook to no avail. I think we must be neighbors. I live right above the Marin Civic Center, the JCC and Santa Venetia. There are three of us SF transplants living up here and we would LOVE to meet some folks. Come up for a martini, or ice tea or what ever you like to drink. We want to welcome neighbors.ReplyDelete
mark, rod and ouvier
Hi again, Mark, Rod & Ouvier,ReplyDelete
We have tried getting in touch - to no avail! Please email us again. Looking forward to meeting you soon.
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