Category Archives: transition

Floaters & Splashers or "Get back in the boat, stupid!"

This journey of mine has revealed many things that I was not expecting.¬† Things about myself mostly, but also things about others that came as a surprise. The fact is, no matter how long you know someone, you really never … Continue reading

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I am a queer woman of color

The title of this post says sooooo much. And seeing as this is the first time that I’ve actually typed those words, it means so much, too…(giddy, hand-over-mouth-bouncing-in-chair squeeing…) Coming into my own as woman who loves women has opened … Continue reading

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A Den of Mothers

Blessings, wisdom, and comfort can come from anywhere. I’m learning that more and more on this journey. Here’s an experience I had early last year that really hit that point home. Originally blogged at the amazing Elixher.com, I’m re-posting it … 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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