Do we suddenly wake up and realize one day that we all grown up and adults full time. Full of responsibility, commitments, and sensible at last. The fun is not all gone, we just all grown up. We have homes, families and is this not we all dreamed and desired? its actully all good! The … More Being a grown up.
Alot has been written about gay men and addictions, alcohol, drugs and other forms of addiction. Now addictions are non discrimination, they effect all. I am no expert, but have some insight from tye other side of tye table of addiction. William is an alcoholic. Sober now 6 plus years. The assocition with gay men … More Finding yourself,being sober.
During the first couple of years in our relationship, their was a secret third party. This was the white elephant, the one we never talked about. The alcohol become more important than I did. I mattered less. My reactions were to joing the parties, and when I had had enough the constant fights over alcohol … More Drunk love :
The dark place. My personal story. As a child I did not have the knowledge or wisdom to understand myself. Being gay was a huge burden for me. Being the youngest child, a son, great things were expected. I had to follow the footprint that was expected, not my footprint, but those of my parents, … More The D word.!
Over the years I have watched the Osbourne’s, from the reality show, showing the rawness of a total dysfunction family. Forever being in the media 24/7, and how we looked on as they both documented their life’s for us to judge and be critics. However I admire Kelly and Jack Osbourne for overcoming addictions and … More That’s special bond
So when I was single I had a wish list of who I wanted, what they would like like, and the list goes on of my perfect partner. Actually I just wanted someone to like me. I wanted someone older, William is younger. I wanted someone who was a Doctor, Dentist, Lawyer, William is a … More The way I see it when looking for a partner.
I have mixed feelings about Pride. I am proud of my gayness every day I walk out my front door and into the world. I love my identity. Why should I need a weekend to celebrate that? Are the other 51 weekends full of shame? I feel it’s great all the LGBT community members come … More My thoughts on Pride
We mark a day in our life’s, a birthday, an anniversary, a special occasion. Now in our house, we also celebrate the Soberday, the anniversary that William stopped drinking. So this we celebrated this week. So I made a hamper of chocolates, bath products, and some other goodies. I put it in the boot of … More A celebration
So it’s not secret that I am huge fan of the Osbourne’s. not for the antics on the reality TV show, but for the longevity. Jack has been sober 7 or 8 years, Kelly seems to have overcome her demons, and Sharon just keeps them all together. However Ozzy has fallen off the wagon again. … More Sharon and Ozzy
So I blog and maybe you may be interested in more facts useless facts about myself. I knew I was gay when I was about 13. My first boyfriend was a 6,4 tall part-time stripper. That’s how he put paid for his education and apartment. I have travelled to 16 countries, and counting. My favorite … More Some facts about myself….