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Seems Like Yesterday:Bronson’s Birthday 04/05/68

Posted in Birthdays, Bronson Page, Family, Gay Marriage, Mother, rodeo, Sons, TV, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on April 3, 2009 by Lovesick Billy

Nothing much has changed in him, only everything         bronsons-back

I am twenty-three again, only wiser

I didn’t know it then, but he was everything   my-son-and-me    cold-case-bronson-and-me

My son, my pulse, my heart, my adviser      bronson-and-me-sepia

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A REALLY Happy New Year

Posted in Bronson Page, Conny Van Dyke, Family, Holidays, In-Laws, Love, Mother, Sam Page, son-in-law, Sons, Uncategorized on December 7, 2008 by Lovesick Billy

When I woke this morning                           bron-sam-and-me

I was not really sure

What I would be doing

or what I would endure

There was much to do

And three of us to do it

All I knew for real, for sure

Was that we three would get through it.

The house was cleaned

We found the decorations

We’d planned the food and timeline

Stocked some fab libations

Beneath all this, life was real

It had the warmth

And had the feel

We talked and laughed

And even cried

We came closer together                                    file0002

And hadn’t even tried

We changed our gear

To forge ahead

Any negative became

Positive instead

It’s going to be

a different year

We have a grip

The road is clear

I’ll share in them

They’ll share in me                       photo_091507_003-1

What a better year

It’s bound to be

We had the love

All along

But, now together,

It’s three-times strong

Another thing that I have to say                          sam-and-me

Is life is better than even yesterday

Nothing to fear

No great confusion

Abundance is ours

In splendid profusion

Now I know

We are three to do it

And whatever comes

We three will get through it.

Happy Chanuka,                                  three

Happy Kwanza,

Merry Christmas,

It’s such a shonda

That every family everywhere

Cannot know the joy that we share

Every father, mother, sister, brother

Son and daughter and any other

Hug the ones so close to you                          la-group-sams-34th-crpt

That’s the important thing to do

Before you know it,

And in not very long,

You’ll find it impossible

To not get along.

You’ll discover the hearts

That beat like yours

The tears are the same

The games and the chores

With that said

All that’s left to say                                     conny-cheers-sepia

Is make each day 

Your Holiday.

I send my love to each and every person I know and don’t know…

and that’s not just some more…tales from a broad!

XOXO CVD

Conny, “Cold Case” and a Nice Chianti!

Posted in Bronson Page, Conny Van Dyke, Family, Mother, murder, sailor, Sam Page, work with tags , , , , , on October 22, 2008 by Lovesick Billy

Much love and thanks

to Kathryn Morris and

John Finn of “Cold Case”!

If your dance card is not all full for

this coming weekend, I hope that you

will watch the 2nd episode of the new

season of “COLD CASE”… Sunday, October 26,

9PM…CBS! It is called,”Shore Leave” and…this is

my TV re-debut! I haven’t worked in television for many years,so it is a real thrill that my “get-back” gig is one of the classiest and smartest shows there is. And if you do not have a nice Chianti to sip during the show..I totally back vodka.

Kathryn is talented, gorgeous, warm…and she laughs at my jokes! John is smooth, handsome, a real professional…and he hugs good! There is not a clinker in the bunch when it comes to cast and crew; even the read-through was aces! And the audition? What can I say? It was like meeting friends for a chat.  Damn, I’m lucky!

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Happy 3rd Anniversary, Sons!

Posted in Anniversary, Bronson Page, Conny Van Dyke, Family, Gay Marriage, Lives, Mother, Sam Page, son-in-law, Sons on October 21, 2008 by Lovesick Billy

 

 

Three years…on the way to forever.

With undying love,

Mom

 

 

 

The Grande Invite from My Son & Son-In-Law!

Posted in Bronson Page, Burbank, Family, Gay Marriage, Mother, Sam Page with tags , on October 11, 2008 by Lovesick Billy

 I really thought that the three of us had already decided a couple of months ago that I would stay at my apartment and that they would stay at their home.  It was nice of them to ask me if I would like to move in with them but…truth is, I didn’t want anything to interfere with their newly-married selves.

       

Bronson and Sam Cut the Cake!

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Dear Senator Obama, Gay Marriage?

Posted in Barak Obama, Bronson Page, Conny Van Dyke, Family, Gay, Gay Marriage, Homosexual, Homosexuality, Lesbian, Lives, Love, Mother, President, Sam Page, Vote on September 27, 2008 by Lovesick Billy

After last night’s debate, I am more convinced than ever that you are the right person for the job as President of the United States. The directness and sincerity you exude further exemplifies some of your leadership qualities that have made you my choice. Your views on how to move the economy to a stable state, foreign policy, Osama Bin Laden, Al Quada, energy, health care and education fit well with my own views for the prosperity of this country. Now for one more very important point that effects millions of voters…gay marriage.

 

 

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Open Letter To Mothers of a Gay or Lesbian Child

Posted in Bronson Page, Conny Van Dyke, Emotions, Family, Gay, Homosexual, Lesbian, Love, Mother, Sam Page with tags , , , on July 31, 2008 by Lovesick Billy

This is an open letter to mothers who are not in a good relationship with their gay or lesbian children:

 

My son is gay.  I knew that he was gay when I realized that he had too many good things about him to be just one person; I think that he was two years old.  His interests were varied, as were his abilities.  Not only was he more able to get along with both genders better than most adults, but, as he grew up, he was able to converse on a multitude of subjects and participate in a multitude of activities.  Do NOT insert snide remark here. He suffered because of who he was. I didn’t know it; he was that caring to protect me.  

 

 

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