Thursday, 22 June 2017

Ireland you are Gaymazing

All I would like to say is THANK YOU gay-Ireland

 for opening your gay arms and heart and embrace me and giving me the opportunity to live my life as a gay man freely, proudly and safe.

for proving to this date you have been one of the best and biggest decisions I have ever made in my life.

for giving the chance to have a gay voice, a gay good life and a gay home.

and most of all THANK YOU

for my gorgeous husband, my best friend, a partner in crime and companion of life. He is my GAYVRYTHING and he is Irish. I love him to Gay-bits.

Thank you, you the one reading for your Gay-support. Have a GREAT, GAY PRIDE

With gay love...


Wednesday, 7 June 2017

We MUST enjoy being alive!!!

My heart is broken. It has been a roller-coaster of a month. Last week, we were on holidays and even though we were victims of an unfortunate event, we tried to have a good time. We tried to enjoy as much as we could, and we did!

I got back to Dublin last Friday and trying to take advantage of the long weekend, we had people over in the house for lunch and a few drinks. Then woke up on Sunday to the news, one of my nephews, from Venezuela, was killed in Maicao, Colombia.

He was only 19 years-old, but unfortunately, he was a lost soul. Without going into much detail, his life was shaped not to be a good one. Victim of his own circumstances, he ended up they way he did.


I remember when he was born. It was a joy for the family. A little person who brought a bit of light to a house which was a bit shattered. However, that joy did not last that long.

We - family members, neighbors and people who knew him and us - knew this day was coming, but when you love someone you, in the name of love, try to deny what it is inevitable. But there you go!

His name was Yoleman...

This picture is the way I will always remember him: An innocent, gorgeous little boy with a super cute smile!

I must confess since my Mother died, the only thing in life I hate is death. I know dying is part of living but it is something I still find hard to comprehend.

When death decides to visit us and slap us, with no mercy, across the face there is nothing we can do at the time. We just take the slap as hard as it is and cry and cry and cry more. It is horrible! But after a while, sadness kind of ease a little bit and it's exactly there when we have to make a choice.

I have chosen to be happy

I know it is OK to be sad. I know that if our heart is broken, it is broken, that's OK, but after grieving and after being sad, I would like to choose to welcome my smile back in my face. This time will not be different.

Being happy is the only way we have to honor the memory of the people we have loved and who have left us.

That is for sure. From heaven, they are watching us and we should allow them to witness we are - or at least trying - living a happy life. They know life is precious, life is great and amazing. This a powerful reason to say: We MUST enjoy being alive!!!


Saturday, 3 June 2017

A bittersweet break in the sun

If you we are friends of Facebook, which I hope we are! Or if you follow me on Instagram, you might know that my hubby and I went to Las Chapas, a very nice area in Marbella - Spain.

We were so looking forward to a very-well deserved break in the sun, however the very same day we arrived, our car was broken into and we were robbed. I documented the incident on my Facebook page.

What I have learnt from this incident

I have learnt that unfortunate events can not be predicted. I have learnt that no matter how 'expensive' certain material possessions are, they are exactly that material possessions. I have learnt, once again, I am a very strong person with a lot of internal resources to get myself straight back up if I have been knocked down. I have learnt that this incident brought me together even closer with my beloved hubby, John.

We are OK and tried to make the most of our holidays despite all the hassle and inconvenience this incident created.

What did we do to try to cope

Among other fun and entertaining things, we went to the a Nudest beach - which was a total new and fun experience to me and I loved it. We explored the area and took pics of some of the beautiful houses we were surrounded by. I recorded a few videos for my Facebook & Instagram which received a great reaction, and that kept us entertained, too. My hubby is my best partner in crime and he recorded the videos.

You are more than welcome to check my Facebook page or Instagram and have a little laugh with some of the videos.

My advice

If you are planning to go on holidays, or making a trip of any kind, just be very careful. Get a travel insurance which is very important. Never leave in your car any belongings that might attract attention. Do not trust everybody and if a situation or place gives you not good vibe, listen to your gut. And if you are with your partner, family and friends, try to look after each other. More importantly, do not allow an unfortunate event to diminish you happy spirit and try your best to enjoy your holidays. Unfortunately shit happens.