Saturday, September 29, 2018

Flying the Pride Flag

There are things to report that I must get around to sometime, but I'm just going to report briefly this morning.

Yesterday, the Pride flag was flown at townhall.



A number of happy people showed up for the first ever Pride celebrations in our hometown. Here are three: Danica, Sue and Bob (my photographer friend).



Events will continue today, and we will be there, weather permitting.

Meanwhile, I will leave you with a few more photos.





12 comments:

Tabor said...

Nice photos and very liberal of you. If we tried this in my county someone would be shot.

Should Fish More said...

Good going, AC.

Mage said...

He didn't want to raise the flag?
Welcome home. Everyone looks super. :)
In our town, we fly all sorts of flags all the time.

Joanne Noragon said...

And I live in a Tabor sort of town. Yay for Mage's sort!

Marie Smith said...

Yay! Well done all!

MARY G said...

Sue looks spectacular. I am all for the rainbow flag and all that goes with it.

Jim Flack said...

There are parts of the US of A where the Rainbow Flag would not be welcomed, but fortunately, I live in a liberated community where all of us diverse and non-diverse people live in harmonious accord. I am a firm believer in the Rainbow flag and also the Red, White, and Blue and all the freedoms they both SHOULD represent. Sadly, that isn't always the case. Okay, off the soapbox! Have a good weekend.

Kay said...

Yay! Sue looks fabulous in the Pride colors. I love that you're teaching your grandkids acceptance.

Christina said...

All downhill flags should be rainbow coloured! It is so good to see that different ways of life and love are becoming more accepted in many places (although of course there are still plenty of parts of the world where this is not the case). During his last year of school, my son joined his school's LGBT group, which has the aim to make school life more inclusive. He has now started university but I am proud of him to make a stance and to be involved in making the world a better place, even just a teeny tiny bit.

Jenn Jilks said...

A wonderful celebration! I have a Pride windsock in my backyard.

Jenny Woolf said...

Once of the nice things about Pride is that beautiful rainbow flag. Who wouldn't want to march under that?!!

Ruth said...

I hope we continue to enjoy a tolerant society for all people in Canada.