Photo: Occupy Colorado Springs Represents!

Via on Oct 18, 2011

Thank you to all the amazing people who have been standing in solidarity on the corner of Bijou and Tejon for the past two and a half weeks!


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About Chris Lemig

Chris Lemig isn't afraid of the dark. He dreams in full color and lives out loud. Sometimes, when he sees that your heart is broken, his heart breaks, too. But then he puts all the pieces back together and lets out a great, guffawing laugh that shakes the world to its bones. He loves you even though he's never met you and he wants you to know that you are brighter than the brightest guiding star. He is the author of The Narrow Way: A Memoir of Coming Out, Getting Clean and Finding Buddha.


2 Responses to “Photo: Occupy Colorado Springs Represents!”

  1. Way to go Springs – way to represent! And a quick walk to Jack Quinn's when they need a break;)

  2. Common Sense says:

    Yes, thank you! All 5 of you….LOL

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