Post # 1
Saw this video today and it had me sobbing at work. A wonderful message in three minutes.
“Every trip is unique. On this trip, Artie Goldstein travels across the country to attend his daughter’s same-sex wedding, a journey that will test him, challenge him, and ultimately change him in unexpected ways.”
Post # 3
This was beautiful, and totally made me cry. So glad I use Expedia now! Very well done.
Post # 4
I like to think I have a thick skin, I rarely cry from seeing movies however this video hit so close to home that it made me tear up. When I first told my mom I was planning on proposing to my girlfriend she said that she was ok that I was gay but that she didn’t think it should be a public event. It took her over a month before she ever even asked anything about the wedding. Now she asks all the time, I can tell she isn’t 100% comfortable but she is trying so hard because I’m her little girl and she doesn’t want to lose me. Since my mom started asking about the wedding we are now closer than ever. I took my FI home with me last month and it ment the world to me that my mom opened up her home and welcomed my FI.
Sadly my FIs parents are totally against this. I highly doubt that they will even show up to the wedding. My FI tears up when she talks about the fact that she doesn’t think her parents will go. When she visited them last they asked her why she was getting married to me, FI tried to explain that she loved me and being gay wasn’t a choice. Her mom responded with “that’s a load of crap”.
I wish more parents could be like this loving father.
Post # 5
I’m not tearing up, it’s just the onions I’m cutting.
Post # 6
Wow that brought a tear to my eye. So glad they got married, they were a couple on a tv show the first season of the real l word. They are very sweet .