One more year older - she gets more beautiful with age.
Gina and I go back - to the ages - near the beginning. The memories I have of her and I are locked in my heart and will always be there.
One of the first memories of her being when she broken her ankle and had to wear a moon boot. I was in her grandparent's basebment (they lived across the street from me) with my friend/her cousin Sara. Heather (not yet Gina) talked about how much her leg smelled and itched from not being able to take the cast off. She found a large paper mache flower with a wooden stem from Lord knows where. She took the stem and dug it into her cast and itched furiously, Watching this made me laugh until it turned to tears. This is when I knew I needed her in my life and we would be together for quite awhile.
You can also blame her for my obsession of Tori Amos.
She was also the first person I told I was gay. Yes, she had to drag it out of me in the only way it would come out - which involved lots of crying and three hours spent on her bed staring at each other with no speaking. But it was all worth it. I wouldn't want it any other way.
It's these things I would never take back. I love her with my whole heart. And it will never change.
Happy Birthday Gina.
Two of Omaha's sexiest men.
This is one of the funniest pictures of Mollie and I. We were either passing judgement on someone or found out the we were having a child together.