In other DC news, my Protest of the Week is hitting a very important chord this weekend, as the No on H8 campaign is taking it from the Capitol to the White House. I haven't yet decided if I'm willing to brave the cold and rain. I know it's important enough to. I'm just feeling a bit under the weather and have been working like a dog and have to still for the next 6 weeks and a little afraid of running myself into the ground. I know, a small price to pay for such an important message. And yet, still bitter on the whole marriage thing, I'm having a little trouble motivating in general, despite the fact that this discriminatory proposition angers and saddens me so much at the same time. I feel quite hypocritical and guilty for even considering bailing on the event. And yet, something tells me I'll be watching on TV.
Update 11/15: Heh, heh... Guess I overlooked a little economic summit also happening today with most of the world's leaders. Indeed, a DC day after all. Speaking of a DC day, I'm sure the protest against H8 must have been mostly rained out in the DC area, so I don't think I missed too much. Instead I've been focussing back to L.A., where I hear my folks are as close to evacuating for fires as they've ever been before. I think they're safe, but they're definitely breathing smoke.