History is testing the American people. We dare not fail.

Meme regarding the right to choose our leaders

My partner and I plan to attend tomorrow’s March for Truth.

As he worried about violence I flashed on a 1974 march for
gay liberation in Boston.

We had about a thousand people.

Straights stood on rooftops and spat on us. Some waved guns.

As the march turned a corner, the bells of the Cathedral of St. Paul went off.

Everyone cheered and applauded.

I came back to the present and smiled at my partner: “So I die fighting for freedom; not a bad way to go.”

I didn’t know I felt that way.

I must have felt that way in 1974.

Perhaps courage is nothing more than a sense of responsibility..

History is testing the American People. We dare not fail.

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Meme. June 3rd March for Truth
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‘Holiday’ for Sandy

 

I’ve spent the week quietly grieving the death of
a treasured sister I didn’t know.

I worried we’d died before resolving the pain that
made us run from each other.

I don’t know how to manage my illness and the pain of this grief.

So tomorrow, I begin intensive outpatient treatment at Kaiser.

I’ll blog about the experience as my concentration returns.

To my friends on WordPress and other social media, thank you for
your words of support: I treasure them.

To Sandy’s loved ones on Facebook, In Richmond Virginia
and elsewhere I offer this slide show made from the handful of
selfies and faded snapshots gathered from her collection.

I will revise this video as I find higher resolution photos.

I set it to ‘Holiday’ by the Bee Gees.

It was one of her favorite songs.

Sandra Sarah Goldstein – Dunaway;

I miss you.

 

Robert Oliver Goldstein, January 29, 2017

Robert Oliver Goldstein, January 29, 2017

“Holiday” by the Bee Gees