Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Jack Healey and -L-'s list

I just spent the better part of my afternoon with Jack Healey, who was the director of Amnesty International for 12 years. We talked about his work with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., as well as his work abroad and, well, we just talked about everything. I think he's a really laid back guy for somebody who's accomplished as much as he has.

Also, I've been checking repeatedly for the past few days, and now I finally feel kind of official. Obviously it doesn't really change anything at all, but I'm on -L-'s list. I feel, well, like I'm officially a MoHo... Not that I wasn't before, but you know how when you walked at your high school graduation and they gave you the fake diploma and you were just kind of like, "Dude, WTF?" and then the real diploma came in the mail and it was official? Or like, when you finished your eagle project and turned everything in and finished your big long nasty board of review, and it was kind of done, but not really? And then you actually had your eagle court of honor and it was official? Maybe this isn't making sense to anybody else, but... yeah... I'm going to quit while I'm ahead.



Mormon Enigma said...

Welcome to the Mormon Queerosphere.

BTW, I added a link to your blog, I hope you don't mind.

Sir Jupiter said...

How does one become an official "MoHo"? Is there a formal application process?

playasinmar said...

You have to kiss Tito.

Kengo Biddles said...

It vaguely makes sense to me ... but then, I'm so gay I didn't get my eagle, either.

-L- said...

:-) Man, I don't know what I did to deserve nice mention, but thanks. [blushing]