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A Petition Has Been Presented

Today, Saturday, my name change petition was published in the local newspaper’s legal notices.  Wow.  I have rather mixed feelings about it. At the heart of the mix is the influence society had in shaping my thoughts on what name to change to.  354 more words


Change is the Only Constant

Through the month of December, I couldn’t help but think about how transient this life is. I was transitioning from student teaching in Niger, coming back to the States, back to my parents’ home, back to icy roads and free water in restaurants. 1,653 more words


I Can Relax About My T For a Minute

So thanks to one of my awesome readers giving me the heads up about Strokheckers Pharmacy. I knew they were out there but I couldn’t remember their name and some googling didn’t seem to yield results until a reader gave me the name. 416 more words


Since I was a kid I hated it when people took photos of me. When I looked at those photos later I always had the feeling “I know that this is me, but it doesn’t look like me.” I couldn’t tell what would have looked like me. 177 more words

Transgender Things

Everyone say Hello!

So, in the next few months, I’ll be making the transition from student nurse to qualified nurse. Am I scared? Yes. I’m petrified! Being accountable with noone but myself watching my back scares me. 123 more words


Soul Sick

For the last few years I’ve been dealing with a horrible bacterial infection. It started with a case of pneumonia in one lung. I took the strongest antibiotic on the market at that time, which only knocked it back but not out, and then the pneumonia came back with a vengeance. 660 more words

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How have you navigated directionless times in your life?

When we are pursuing our big visions there will be times when our path becomes obscured.

In Cheryl Strayed’s, Wild, which I just finished reading, most of the time she knows where she is on the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) and where she wants to be at the end of her 1,100 mile hike. 330 more words

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