It’s time for some flags to be LOWERED–and some flags to be RAISED.
Yesterday afternoon, after the Supreme Court announcement, in an impromptu celebration in Johnson Square here in Savannah:
First couple who married in Chatham County (Savannah):
Of course, we do not all agree, but hopefully we can all respect.
May Love and Joy be your Portion this night …
… because really, it’s all about Love.
What a Joyful June Week! I hope yours has been too.
1. Lucking onto the COOLEST tour of Piedmont Park (in Atlanta) the other day.
Here’s wonderful guide Lauren of the Piedmont Park Conservancy:
I learned all about The Cotton States Exhibition which was held there in the late 1880’s and Booker T. Washington’s famous Separate but Equal speech delivered in the park.
2. Cooling Rain outside my study window yesterday afternoon.
3. The Supreme Court Decision a little while ago:
4. Appreciating this s0-true affirmation by Bernard Jordan from his book, The Laws of Thinking.
Yes, we live at the address of our thoughts!
5. Our beautiful sky.
May you experience a supremely beautiful weekend ahead!
I hope your Father’s Day (and night) 2015 has been a peaceful and joyful one. Mine was/is. Spent time with both daughters and all four grandies. What a blessing to have them all in my Savannah. My cards:
And an incredible Facebook post by older daughter Amy:
“Happy Father’s Day to my very hip and high impact dad! I am blessed to have a dad who taught me to love without discrimination, to have joy in all circumstances, and who creates an environment of safety and acceptance where I am free to develop into my best and truest self.”
What a Difficult and Unparalleled Joy Fatherhood is!