December 24, 2003

Today, E.S. and I will finish making the gay gingerbread house we’ve been working on. (Fear not, photos will be posted.)

Tomorrow, we will go to New Jersey for Christmas.

Let me clarify: tomorrow, we will go to the house of his parents (whom I’ve never met before) in New Jersey for Christmas.

I’m spending Christmas with his parents. Compared to this, the use of the word “boyfriend” pales into insignificance.

Let’s hope I can manage not to flee the country in terror before then.

Of course, since the national threat level was raised on Sunday from Elevated to High, fleeing the country may no longer be an option for those of us who aren’t straight upper-middle class WASP Republicans.

Merry Christmas, everybody.

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5 Responses to Today, E.S. and I will

  1. BoiFromTroy says:

    I, however, will be fleeing to Texas…it’s like a whole ‘nother country!

  2. Jess says:

    Ah, yes. That’s a scary moment. Scarier for me was when his mom (his dad was gone by then) met my parents. Worked out great, but I was worried!

    Happy Holidays! (and I hope it goes well)

  3. PatCH says:

    Merry Christmas to you and ES, Faustus!

  4. Jalal says:

    Merry Christmas

    Although I know you are Jewish. But I being from Pakistan am allowed to generalize all Americans into people who celebrate christmas.

  5. James Graham says:

    A young, liberal, gay Jewish democrat who goes to the suburbs for Christmas dinner at the home of straight, upper middle class, WASP republicans – and doesn’t post a Christmas Blog. Scary.


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