I hate to admit this. I love Facebook. A little too much.
I got a new desk. Well, not exactly a new desk, more like a used, new-to-me desk. My sister relocated from Atlanta to Chicago and was unable to envision a spot for her custom made, antiqued grey, 300-pound concrete top, two-person desk at her urban loft. In case you can’t tell, I’ve a l w … Continue reading Sparking Joy
That’s a wrap!
As 2018 ends, instead of making promises to change who I am for 2019, I am going to do something different.
I haven’t been posting regularly. October was a tough month. It truly beat me down.
Life’s A Dance
You may be surprised to learn that no one who lives with me reads my blog!
Going All The Way
I'm relieved my family's journey is no longer a secret.
Trigger warning. This post discusses suicide.
The Journey Begins
Once I accepted that my daughter was transgender, I realized I had two new callings in life. First, I needed to reach out to parents who find themselves at the beginning of the same journey to let them know, as difficult as it seems, everything will be okay. Secondly, I needed to educate those who are not familiar with the "T" at the end of the phrase LGBT about what it means to be transgender.