Page Scrawler

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About Page Scrawler

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    Northern Michigan (Lower Peninsula)

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  1. Okay, all the guests have gone home, the fridge is full of leftover yummy food, and now, it's time to start getting ready for the honeymoon! :D

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    2. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      We're going back to Mackinac Island for this occasion. We're going to do all the touristy things we didn't get to do last time! :D

      After we come home, hopefully I can find a part-time job at the Cherry Festival. :)

    3. Lux Apollo
    4. LitLover

      LitLover

      :D  Congratulations, Page and Morgan!

  2. My wish for you and your partner are beautiful moments, kind people, but most of all, unexpected miracles.  Happy Wedding

  3. Congratulations to Page & Morgan, I hope your day is blessed with happiness, friends, compassion, laughter, joy and love!

    1. George Richard

      George Richard

      Congratulations from me as well!

  4. Hope you have a wonderful day today :hug:  :heart: 

  5. Another video by Theo; this one's in German.
  6. Getting married tomorrow! Wooooot!! :D:D:D

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    2. clochette

      clochette

      I thought it was last week!! :facepalm: Well - again -_- -have a great day, enjoy every moments  :hug:  

    3. Ashi

      Ashi

      Congrats.  So what did you wear to the wedding?  Tux or wedding gown?  Just kidding, just kidding....

    4. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      :gikkle: A tux, obvi. :) On a side note, I saw on the news two nights ago, that a group of boys in London, UK, were borrowing skirts from their female classmates to beat the heat, since the school's current dress code doesn't allow shorts. :lol:

  7.  

    Magician on AGT performs a mind f*** with mathematics. :P

     

    1. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      I saw this on TV last night, and it made me think of you, Drew bear. :hug:

    2. Drew Espinosa
  8. Hey, Hopper. Cute Avvi! ;)

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    2. BHopper2

      BHopper2

      There's an excellent one of America and England after the Revolution, backs turned towards each other and walking away, with Canada crying as his family is breaking apart. I can't find it anymore.

    3. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      Awww! That sounds sad! :,(  But really amazing at the same time. Let me know if you do find it. :)

    4. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      Well, typing "Hetalia American Revolution" into Bing Images certainly brings up some amazing artwork. :P

  9. I'm sure somebody's noticed by now, that most of my songs aren't in English. Oh, well. You don't need to understand the lyrics to be moved by the performance.
  10. I found this video a while ago. It's a couple of years old, so the little guy is probably closer to 10 now, but he is absolutely fearless! Pride Week in Traverse City is from June the 21st to the 25th. The best part (the Parade) will be saved for the last day, and Morgan and I are getting married on the 24th, so we'll be attending as a married couple this year!
  11. Happy wedding day!!

    All the best for a long life of happiness, joy and laughter to you and Morgan!

    1. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      Thanks, Clo! :hug:

  12. Hey, Ashi. How's it going? :)

    1. Ashi

      Ashi

      Hey, what's up, Page? 

    2. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      Just spent Father's Day wishing I'd gone with Morgan to his parents' house. :( Other than that, I've just been reading, and working on Chapter Five of my novel.

  13. When I was 10, I saw the movie Peter Pan on TV (about a year after it was in theaters), and I remember thinking that Jeremy Sumpter (Peter) was very cute, but I didn't voice this opinion out loud. Later, when I was 11, a couple of new kids joined the class, and I ended up falling for one of the boys. I think that was the first time I started having fantasies about someone. By the time I was 12, I was quietly contemplating suicide. I'd always had trouble making friends with the other fifteen-or-so kids in my class, so I spent most of my time alone. I was also depressed after twelve years of being forced to adhere to a religion that I had no desire to participate in, and I felt like I was "defective" because I was interested in other boys while the other boys were getting interested in girls. After I turned 13, I moved to a public high school, where religion was only briefly touched upon as it pertained to history, and my spirit improved. With freer access to the internet and library materials than I'd had previously, I began doing research, and realized, for the first time, that I wasn't alone. There were other boys (and girls) who felt different, kids who were interested in their own gender! I saw the stories people told, and I knew that it wouldn't be easy for me if I revealed my "secret". But, now I knew there was nothing wrong with me, and anyone who said otherwise would just have to deal. So, one day, I told my parents that I liked boys. I wish I could say that they threw me a big party, and David Copperfield popped out of an iron coffin baked inside of a giant cake shaped like a Pride flag, but it wasn't to be. My parents struggled for a while (my mom still puts her foot in her mouth sometimes, even today), but eventually they accepted me. I also found a boyfriend in my science lab partner, a cute Russian boy named Vitaliy Alekseykov, my FIRST boyfriend! Eventually, we broke up after the new semester, realizing that homework, after-school clubs, and family problems were making it impossible for us to find time to be together. Did everything work out exactly as I would've liked it? No. Do I regret any of it? ....Maybe a little. Am I happy with the way my life is right now? Absolutely!
  14. I have "This Book is Gay" sitting on my shelf.
  15. One Man Guy, by Michael Barakiva, is a favorite of mine. Anything written by Alex Sanchez and most works by Brent Hartinger are good to read. Timekeeper, by Tara Sim, is another one that I enjoy. I also just finished reading The Island of Beyond, by Elizabeth Atkinson. Most recently, Felix Yz, by Lisa Bunker, was released about a week ago. If you're interested to find more, you can go here: https://www.goodreads.com/list/show/77570.2016_YA_Books_with_LGBT_Themes