Martha Stewart Weddings

It's 3AM. I was supposed to go out earlier. While dressing up, I realized the trousers I wanted to wear are currently at the dry cleaners and won't be available till Monday. I spent half an hour trying to find bottoms for my top and I can't for the life of god find anything that matches it so I gave up, rang my friend and offered a rain check.

Now.

I'm currently doing a round of site hopping and I came across THIS touching story published at Martha Stewart Weddings magazine's 15th Anniversary issue. It's the first gay wedding featured in Big Mama Martha's mag.

Martha Stewart Weddings featuring a gay wedding

Click HERE to download a PDF copy of the page.

I read the article, looked at the photos and I must admit, I felt a bit, just a wee bit jealous. Unlike other people,  jealousy is something I don't feel often. You know, oh wow, two guys totally in love each other and got the wedding of their dreams. And look at them all dressed up looking oh so fancy in their big day. It makes me happy that they're so happy.

I cannot help but wonder — and here's the $64 million question — do you think this will happen to me too?

Not the big fat gay wedding, silly, but to be featured in Big Mama Martha's mag!

Just kidding. Tsk.

I wanna get married. :-(

I'm adding another year to my age in a few months and I'm not getting any younger. You know, I told a journalist not too long ago during our off-the-record chat (well, hardly off-the-record now because I blogged it) that my biggest fear is to be one of those middle-aged gays in leather harnesses, spending their weekends at the local club doing dirty deeds, sniffing poppers while on a sling.

And you know what irks me the most? No chance of gay marriage happening in my country because the Philippines is the largest Catholic country in Asia. Boo hoo. 

Oh well.

In any case, big congratulations to Jeremy Hooper and Andrew Shulman. May you serve as inspiration to many, many gays elsewhere.

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