This is the second installment of my Adventures In Time Blog, about the adventures my Boyfriend and Son have been on. Some posts will include links to certain websites to either give more insight to where we have traveled or been, as well as pictures and videos! Get reading already!!! Enjoy! Feed back is always welcomed!
Earlier this evening, I saw this video making the rounds on Facebook .. and upon viewing, I just had to share it.
In the United States, gay and lesbian couples are denied around 1,100 rights that straight couples have. One of the major rights that affects those from different countries (one from the US, the other from UK as an example), is that the person from outside the US can be denied a visa, and isn’t allowed to apply for a green card though straight married couples can.
The below video, as well as many others on The DOMA Project website (http://www.domaproject.org/), highlight how heartbreaking it is for these couples who’ve been legally married in the US, but are repeated forced apart by DOMA (Defense of Marriage Act).
I haven’t posted a blog posting in quite some time, well an Adventure type post anyways. As you may have read I am just about ready to begin Volume #3 of my Blog Adventures in Time. I have much to post We have been very busy.
After what has seemed like a lifetime within it self it looks as if Spring is here to stay. Today was 60 degrees. I will post pictures from today’s Adventure in Wareham with Zak and Jordan soon if not in a few, possibly tomorrow night after Dinner.
I am very happy to report that Clump the Rococo Toad I last blogged about is doing much better. His skin irritation or whatever it was is healing just fine. I also took it upon myself to redecorate his enclosure. A much needed change and all for $6! When you love someone you also love their pets and you will do anything for them and theirs cause in the end they are also you and yours…
Brett’s Rococo Toad “Clump” recently shed his skin, which he has done in the past without a problem. Last night he noticed what looks like abrasions behind his eyes. mild / moderate bleeding last night. Treated with Neosporin, to keep away infection.
Today the bleeding is minimal to none but fleshy looking, probably from the Neosporin. Any Toad / frog bloggers out there who have any advice please help! “Clump” doesn’t appear to be in any distress of any kind, but still Brett and I would like to help the lil guy out! Even if you know someone who knows about Toads and frogs please forward this to them. Any help will be greatly Appreciated!
There was no injury that either of us are aware of, could have even been accidentally self inflicted???