Monthly Archives: February 2013

Change kicking my ass…

Change is good. Sometimes it sucks, but it’s always good. Right? Lately, I have to keep reminding myself that I’m on this road for a reason. Not only for my own sanity but for the well-being of my whole family…because … Continue reading

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The Mirror Holder

As I have said before, open-and-honest are not my forte. It takes me months, if not years, of building up the nerve…finding the guts…growing a backbone…getting the balls — or any other dumb ass, body-related idioms you can come up … Continue reading

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Exactly where we need to be

There was a time when I so envied lesbians who have known who they loved and what they wanted from an early age. A time when I would sit back and daydream on how different my life would be if … Continue reading

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Uncle – Randomness #2

I had an uncle who used to say that if the world came to end while he was still living, he wanted to be at the heart of the destruction. When the asteroid slammed into the ocean or the bomb … Continue reading

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Inspired and Informed

The most difficult part about this journey has been the  loneliness. Finding other women to talk to (specifically women in a similar situation) can be hard to damn near impossible,  depending in where you live. It’s not like most of … Continue reading

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Burning Lies

I have issues around honesty. I didn’t always know this. In my mind the difference between a lie and the truth was a gray area that could be manipulated to fit my needs. It just wasn’t a big deal to … Continue reading

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Getting to the Good Part

It’s been almost two years since I told my husband that I was questioning my sexuality. Two years of guilt, anger, and way too many things said out of spite and resentment. Two years of looking into the mirror and … Continue reading

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