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To say I was honored to go to CT with Tom and Brian for the legal portion of their marriage journey is an understatement. Knowing that this was something they had to do eventually, either before or after the ceremony in Mexico, I was secretly hoping and praying they would ask me to be a [...]
Posted: September 9th, 2010 under Brian, civil ceremony, Connecticut, Roseanne, Tom, Wedding Party.
Tags: Brian, civil ceremony, Connecticut, Gay Marriage, legal, Roseanne, Tom, Wedding Party
Yesterday was our civil ceremony in New Haven CT. I am married. Legally married. The night before neither of us slept well. We were nervous and excited, and our air conditioner kept making these sounds like a bird crying for help. Every hour we’d wake up and look at the clock to make sure we [...]
One of the main differences between gay weddings and straight weddings (at this time anyway) is straight couples do not have to have 2 weddings for their marriage to be legally recognized. The paperwork and the ceremony are one for straight couples – unless of course they decide to get married outside of the country [...]
Tom and I have settled on a date for our legal marriage. We will be traveling to New Haven Connecticut on September 7, 2010 to get legally married. In New Haven (unlike Greenwich) you can simply walk in and actually get married without having to wait 24 hours for the marriage license to be created. [...]