Today we took the dogs to a dog beach on the Chesapeake. That sounds so much better when I write it than it was in real life. We drove about thirty miles out of the way to give them special doggie time on the beach. Now, I should say that we have some great dog parks in Seattle. There’s one at Warren Magnuson that we like. There’s about a mile-long walk to a fenced off spot on the lake where hundreds of dogs gather every weekend morning. It’s that heaven all dogs are supposed to go to.Read more
So, to win this contest, tell me a fun fact about Iowa. Or about marriage. Or about marriage in Iowa. You decide. The winner will be picked at random from all the entrants.
What will you win? Why, your very own souvenir of this great state of Iowa. We’re not sure what it’ll be yet, but we have good taste in tchotchkes–as good as our taste in wives.Read more
From Paula Martinac’s The Queerest Places,
1) In what Massachusetts town, at 20 Quincy St., did Henry and William James’ little sister Alice live with her partner, Katharine Loring? From Martinac’s review:Read more
The winner of this contest will receive four (four!) paperback books by LGBT authors from our personal library. These are books we like, by authors we admire, not an attempt to clean out our bookshelves (though that’s always welcome around here).
1. Rolling the R’s by R. Zamora Linmark
2. Faith for Beginners by Aaron Hamburger
3. Hello, Cruel World by Kate Bornstein
4. Babyji by Abha Dawesar