or why noon is better than 4 AM
So I am with a client and as I am pulling on my coat he asks if I drove or took the train. I tell him I took the train - time to read my book and he naturally asks what I'm reaading.
Now I know what I am reading - started it today and am enjoying it so far: Bi Any Other Name. And I consider the question and momentarily freeze - a very brief moment - and go off on a riff about the book I am listening to at the moment. Thank god it wasn't 4 AM.
On the subject of the current book, I just started it but have been thinking of this quote from it:
I am married and monogamous. Not much of a bisexual you say. Yet my bisexuality influences my perception and my decisions. More than having sexual relations with both genders, bisexuality is a mind frame, a reference point from which to view the world. Being bisexual has more to do with potential than actuality. I happended to meet a man with whom I am compatible. He could have been a she. I do realize I am lucky.
Good stuff, but still the bj's...