This is La Gordita!! I have a quick post today. I am deep in the throes of unpacking since the Asian has moved our entire operation to a fabulous new location. There's a surplus of fairy dust that needs to be sprinkled into the new digs!!
In the meantime, I wanted to a share a funny little video from the folks at MAD TV. There's nothing more American than the sight of a couple of guys sitting around and going crazy watching a football game. Well, they've taken this routine American practice and added an exciting little twist.
Enjoy . . .
Be Gay! Be Fabulous!
It's La Gordita on another wonderful Wednesday Gay Day.
Today, I'm in the mood to laugh.
Funny haha? Or funny queer? You decide . . .
American psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross is best known for her theory on the five stages of grief, with which many of us are familiar. While her original work was based on these stages pertaining to learning that one was going to die, she later broadened it to responding to any devastating loss. While the Wiki tells us that her work has not been substantiated by studies, I would submit it has been substantiated by anecdotal evidence from a whole lot of people who have found themselves the recipients of dreadful news or catastrophic loss, moi-self included.
Here are the stages:
Ms. K-R also made it clear that these steps were not necessarily linear, did not always happen in that order, and could, and likely would, be cycled through.