Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Morning Edition - 11/8/06

Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner?
Well, even with extreme shyness, you can’t hold back progress in romantic entanglements. My recent plunge (no pun intended) into the dating foray is taking shape and I have to admit that I’m pleasantly surprised. First, on the big youngin’ tip, we’re placing that entire situation on hold… or shall I say, I’m taking that scenario off the table. What it boils down to is simple - I believe we both know where we’re at and we’re going to just hold ground. In the game of war of the wills, I am a resourceful player and can keep myself busy until we can agree to have fun. Contestant number two however, is taking leaps and bounds to make this a really interesting interaction. After two hours of “get to know me” phone conversation Monday night, we spent the day Tuesday in a tennis match of text messages that both titillated and enticed the senses. After a meaningful conversation last night, we agreed that we didn’t want to wait until the weekend to see each other and will be having dinner tonight. What’s even more fun, #2 is allowing me to choose the eatery, timeframe and hopefully, the after dinner locale. Wish me luck, but with the heavy flirtation, I suspect this dinner will be caliente. I’ll keep everyone posted. The moral of the story: Cocoa is back on the 1-and-2.

Mr. Miss
New York City has enacted groundbreaking legislation that would allow transgender individuals to change their gender on their birth certificate if they undergo sexual reassignment surgery or they are taking hormone therapy that alters their gender identity. Previously, only those who underwent gender reassignment surgery could have their birth gender removed (not changed) on their birth certificate. Supporters of the policy say the new law will allow the transgender community to show identification that mirrors their appearance and prevents them from harassment at airports and state office buildings.

On Blast
Following in the Election Day theme – do you believe a party or a candidate get your vote? Do you vote along party lines – Democrat, Republican, etc. or do you look at specific candidates and issues? Do you believe the party makes a difference?

Keep passin’ the open windows…

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wish your evening with #2 is muy caliente. On blast: Before I was blessed with 3 beautiful rugrats I voted based on the party and how my family voted. As I have matured as a working single mother, I find that it's the issues that's most important to me. I make sure to pay attention to the candidates voting records and where they stand on issues such as education, health care, social security, and seniors - my momma didn't plan her retirement very well - before making my decision to vote.

So regardless if they are (R) or (D), as long as they are doing right by me and mines they've got my vote.

Redhotmamagirl

Tammy said...

what redhotmamagirl said....i vote on the issues.

caspar608 said...

I vote on issues as well.

Rumsfeld resigned. Talk about being scirred.

Cocoa Rican said...

Be they crooks or criminals, I vote Democrat... LOL

I'm excited about dinner tonight and I'm leaving now!

Just Me said...

I vote along party lines most of the time. I believe in taking care of my brethern and not for corporate greed.

I believe in National Healthcare, not profits out the azz for these companies and no one to slap their hands.

Democrats in this elections. Kick Bush's bush...

I will say this insult.
If your dumb ass don't vote or understand the power of your finger, please take it back to grade school.