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Colleen's Blog – March 2012 Archive (2)

The Jacket

Back when I was a college freshman I took a trip with my main gay, J. My first time in the big city. I was more than excited and more than ready to take New York City by her cheeks and kiss her on the lips. Dressed as glamour machanics in matching grease monkey jumpsuits, painted makeup, red bandanas and silver lace up boots, we boarded the plane. On our first night there I learned never to trust anyone named Neko near your open nostrils (close call) and we met the most amazing drag queen…

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Added by Colleen on March 22, 2012 at 11:13am — No Comments

Talk To Strangers

I was grocery shopping with Plum today when we encountered a gentleman in the frozen aisle. He looked confused and a little stressed. I said hello. He told me that he was trying to read the ingredients of the ice cream bars he had in his hands because his grandson was just diagnosed with a nut allergy. But he'd forgotten his glasses. I asked him if he'd like me to check and he smiled. "Would you?". "Totally", I said. Now I would be lying if I told you that....…

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Added by Colleen on March 15, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments

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