I want them to remember

My children,

I want you to remember this date; June 26, 2015. That was a day that history was made. That was a day when marriage was deemed constitutional for ALL. Not just those who, like your parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, are in heterosexual relationships; but for those who are not.

The Supreme Court ruled that all who love can be married. That our LGBTQ brothers and sisters who are married in one state where it is legal, can now take that legality to another state.



This is history.

I pray you will remember this day, the joy in your hearts when I told you the news.

I pray we will always remember that we are all children of God and deserve the same rights.

I pray we will always remember.

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