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Sunday, June 08, 2008

And the groom wore (outrageous) shoes

And so did the preacher.

Don't miss this video interview with Susan Russell, preacher at the civil union and blessing of the covenant between Gene Robinson and Mark Andrew.

Congratulations Gene and Mark. You deserve much happiness. May God continue to bless you that you may continue to be a blessing.

(If that link doesn't work, try this)


Jane R said...

Neither link worked :-(.

But congratulations to all involved in the celebration!

FranIAm said...

This is great and I love the shoes!

I am reading Gene's book and was thinking about what this day must have been like as I drifted off to sleep.

God bless one and all.

Elizabeth Kaeton said...

Jane r - I tried both links. Twice. The first one got a "busy" comment from Google. The second one (on Walking With Integrity) worked both times. (You have to click on the link below the screen).

Hope this helps.

Jim said...

Fabulous footwear! That is the real problem with being straight; I could never carry those shoes off. For me it is my choice of color: black. Sometimes, as an adventure, I go with black instead. ;-)

You know, that may be the entire problem with the homophobes -- shoe envy! +Gene however can flat do it.

Congrats Mark and Gene. May your ongoing journey be blessed and joyful.


Jane R said...

The Integrity link worked this time. Thank you, Elizabeth.

Kirkepiscatoid said...

Well, I used to joke that all MY shoes look like "lesbian shoes" but all the lesbians I know have more interesting footwear than I do (um, like crocs!) I guess I just wear nerd shoes...

Elizabeth Kaeton said...

Kirkie, you gotta lighten up on the crocs thing. My beloved is tormenting me to death here and, right now, I got nothin' to come back at her with (that's a pure North Joisey sentence for ya).

When I get something else, I'll post it. Until then, ixnay on the oxray.

K? EffenA!

Kirkepiscatoid said...

K, but I still don't understand what it is about omosexualheys and ooshays. It used to be omfortablekay ooshays for esbianlays and now I learn it is eylishstay. It used to be only aygey enmay were into eylisghstay ooshays. I am unfusedcay!