The past week has been chock full of fun and new experiences! It began with Jerame and I going to Netroots Nation in Pittsburgh. While we were there we met Kip Williams, the Director of Equality Across America, and I signed on to support the National Equality March.
Since I'm one of the "In for a penny, in for a pound" types, I volunteered to introduce Kip to some people he should meet to help gain momentum for the campaign. Jerame, Kip and I ran off to New York City for less than 24 hours and then dashed down to Washington DC for a couple of days. It was a great working trip full of meetings. I think we got quite a bit accomplished while still having fun along the way.
I love the picture on the right that Father Tony took of Kip, Jerame and I at Strawberry Fields in Central Park. I realize technically it's upside down, but I like the symbolism that with hard work and imagination you can turn the world upside down.
I'm still exhausted but I did manage to finally grab some sleep last night once I was home in my own bed with a doggie cuddled up with me. It's good to be home.
I wanted to share one snapshot from each leg of our whirlwind tour and a surprise we got when our plane landed back in Indy There's four full-size pictures after the jump plus a full slideshow of all my photos at the end.