Wednesday, August 18, 2010


"Be daring, be different, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers..." — Cecil Beaton

It's been far too long since I wrote a witty post about the JSR mascot, MF. Life these days is far grander than I ever could have imagined. When we started this blog back in April we weren't hoping for fame or fortune. Five months later, the heartbreak and pain are long gone, but the writing bug is in full swing. Over 11,000 Love Bites groupies and the love continues to pour in.
You didn't really think we were done yet did you? The inner circle is far deeper than you will ever know. I continue to be amazed at the level of stupidity and the lacking degrees of separation. I had planned to write a sarcastic blog earlier this month in honor of the second anniversary of a particular nameless couple who just so happen to go by the initials CF and MF and coincidentally also live in the sunshine state. Happy Anniversary Looney birds!
Marriage is binding promises each partner in a couple makes to the other during a wedding ceremony. In the traditional form marriage; with a piece of bling, a white dress, brides maids, rehearsal dinner, reception, garter belt, cake cutting, cheesy speeches, lucky date and bouquet toss not to mention the thousands of dollars wasted on an affair that will be over in less than twenty four hours is well something I don't believe in or understand. Why are all these events customary standard protocol in order to say "I Do"? Yes, I get that it's suppose to be this super happy and life changing day, but don't you think there is something just a bit odd with all the fan fair and bridezilla drama? If you are looking for luck by choosing a cute number pattern for your wedding day like 7/07/07 or 8/08/08 you must subconsciously already know something isn't right. There is no such thing as luck; life is already written we just haven't gotten to the next page.
Wedding anniversaries disturb me even more so than the ceremony itself. Why is it that once a year on the anniversary of your wedding day couples are to celebrate the day they signed a contract with the state? Is it to say to the world,” Look we made it one more year without stabbing each other"? Why just one day a year to justify your commitment to grow old together in sickness and in health, for richer or poorer?
If you love someone and mutually decide to be exclusive for eternity then go to town hall, your chances at lasting the test of time are far better.
Thanks so much guys for the continued support and love.

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