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Old 08-11-2013, 07:37 PM   #11
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Thanks Everyone!

here are our invitations, hand made by my cousin! She used peacock feather stamps to create these. She made all of the interlocking hearts individually.



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Lovely! It sounds as if you have quite the network of friends and family working together to make the event one to remember.
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Congratulations, Bakechef! Now admit it, you wanted to do this so you could register for lots of cool things for your kitchen. The countdown begins!
Yes definitely! Bad part was, over the years I've been collecting and upgrading stuff for the kitchen, so we have almost everything we need, I had to turn off the practical part of my brain and scan stuff that I wanted, even if it was a little frivolous!
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Thanks Everyone!

here are our invitations, hand made by my cousin! She used peacock feather stamps to create these. She made all of the interlocking hearts individually.

Those are gorgeous!
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Old 08-11-2013, 07:51 PM   #15
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This is great!

You may have to do the ceremony in Maine and then another performance for the folks back home!

It's plain to see that you guys are truly loved by your friends and family!
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Old 08-11-2013, 07:59 PM   #16
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Yes definitely! Bad part was, over the years I've been collecting and upgrading stuff for the kitchen, so we have almost everything we need, I had to turn off the practical part of my brain and scan stuff that I wanted, even if it was a little frivolous!
(pssst, Bakechef, remember the gas grill....)
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Old 08-11-2013, 08:04 PM   #17
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(pssst, Bakechef, remember the gas grill....)
It's on there!
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Old 08-11-2013, 10:30 PM   #18
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I don't know what to say. This evening we received a gift card from Chef's catalog from members here at DC. I'm not sure that you will ever know how much this means to us. To not only have friends accept your relationship, but treat it with equal respect is an amazing feeling, and one that we are still getting used to.

We are truly humbled by this gift. The love we've been shown today is awesome.

Thank you.

Mike and Rob
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There are those who do not agree with same sex marriages. My brother is gay. I would love it if he were to find someone with whom to share his life--I would embrace the relationship and his partner with an open heart. He has not come out to my parents because he knows our father's attitude about homosexuality. My heart breaks for my brother that he has to live a secret life. He has been my best friend since I was born--he is 15 months older than I am. Bakechef, your family and friends (including those of us on DC) embrace the two of you as family. Treasure them--they are very dear and love the two of you for the people you are and do not judge you because of your sexual orientation. I mean no offense, and I hope none is taken that I've written that we on DC know you are gay and that there are some that don't like it. I truly wish the two of you many years of happiness. Wish I could come to the wedding! It promises to be a great celebration of your love (and the love of family and friends). And that is, IMO, what weddings are all about. Everyone deserves to share their lives w/ s/one they love. I "stalk" a high school friend on facebook--she and her partner had a lovely baby boy in March--love checking for new photos as he grows. I am waiting to see if they get married now that same-sex marriages are allowed in MN. BTW, did you include a sous vide machine in the registry?
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There are those who do not agree with same sex marriages. My brother is gay. I would love it if he were to find someone with whom to share his life--I would embrace the relationship and his partner with an open heart. He has not come out to my parents because he knows our father's attitude about homosexuality. My heart breaks for my brother that he has to live a secret life. He has been my best friend since I was born--he is 15 months older than I am. Bakechef, your family and friends (including those of us on DC) embrace the two of you as family. Treasure them--they are very dear and love the two of you for the people you are and do not judge you because of your sexual orientation. I mean no offense, and I hope none is taken. I truly wish the two of you many years of happiness. Wish I could come to the wedding! It promises to be a great celebration of your love (and the love of family and friends). And that is, IMO, what weddings are all about. BTW, did you include a sous vide machine in the registry?
Thank you so much for the kind words.

I've always known that I was lucky to have the family that I do. Shortly after coming out at 28 years old, my dad told me "the only thing that bothers me is that you waited so long, you could have been happier, there was a spark that you lost somewhere along the way, and now it's back" I'm a believer in things happening for a reason. The timing for this was right.

Interesting story. When I was still in the closet, I was shopping at the outlet mall near where I lived. I was approached by a very friendly guy with really ugly glasses, he was flirting with me, and being closeted, I was a little freaked out. Fast forward about 5 years, I'm out and attending a LGBT games night at a local church with a friend. I meet this really funny, outgoing and goofy guy and we hit it off, spend hours that evening talking outside. We start a relationship. While visiting him at his apartment he says, check out these glasses, they're really ugly, my mom picked them out (his sight is so bad he can't see when trying on glasses). He puts them on... I instantly put 2 and 2 together and realize that HE was the one flirting with me at the outlet store, he was the manager! The rest is history, and 9 years later he puts those glasses on to torment me See 5 years earlier, neither one of us was in the right place in our lives to get together. Over those 5 years we realized that even though we both moved twice, we were always in the same neighborhood.

No sous vide on the registry!
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