Episode 12309, April 3, 2014 (Thursday)
What a GREAT episode! Believe it or not, nobody burst in and ruined Will and Sonny’s wedding. I think that Peggy McCay should be on the shortlist for a daytime Emmy after her performance as Caroline Brady - what a touching wedding speech! I really love it when classic characters get prominent screen time. Also, it’s great when the ‘old-timers’ on the show can be seen so wholeheartedly accepting Will and Sonny’s marriage. In fact, I feel like Days goes out of its way to alienate and shame their viewers who don’t accept it, as the ‘old-timers’ are the ones constantly seen defending Will and Sonny from whatever bigot breezes through Salem on any given day. I guess Doctor Who isn’t the only show with a gay agenda. ;-)
I have been watching Days of Our Lives for over forty years but not anymore. To see them bow to the homosexual agenda and their sick “lifestyle” is just too much. I am also writing Fancy Feast, Snuggle, and Dr. Scholls to inform them that I will no longer purchase their products as long as they continue to support the hell-bound.
Three young men needed to be rescued from a chunk of ice in the Mississippi River near Brainerd, in Northern Minnesota.
Flashback GPOY — me in my room in Brixton, London, December 31, 2001. I was living there at the time, about to head out for the night to Heaven with my boyfriend, Charlie.
Dug out some old photos of my time there as I am flying to London this evening to see two friends get married at the stroke of midnight when gay marriage becomes legal in England.
One of my favorite things about Jordan is that she has an invisible cat named Arthur. So being a Doctor Who fan, I’m obviously left to assume he’s from the planet Spiridon.
Wayne Thiebaud, 24th Street Intersection, 1977
i am so fond of this whole series of San Francisco city scapes. especially this one. they make my eyes want to jump up and down and my heart goes “aaahhhh.”