Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Memory of Earth Movements Past

The earth rattled enough of my Southern California friends this evening, it made me remember the worst one I’ve ever been in. The Whittier Narrows quake of 1987. It was my freshman year of high school, which due to the … Continue reading

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The Last Pizza Cards

There is a grand total of 15 years of pizza work on my resume. I finally left that kind of work in November, 2012. In it’s wake, I was left with a stack of unused free pizza cards for Papa … Continue reading

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New Hair Cut

It has been a couple of years since I had received my last hair cut. It was done by a very nice woman who has volunteered her time to provide hair cuts to transgender women. This time, I found another … Continue reading

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I Can See!!!

Overcoming anxiety, PTSD and gender dysphoria have all done wonders to help me see the road ahead of me. Almost all of these accomplishments and struggles in progress have been helped along the way by the Veteran’s Administration. One thing … Continue reading

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A Quote

I’ve been living with this quote for the last couple of months. “You own everything that happened to you. Tell your stories. If people wanted you to write warmly about them, they should’ve behaved better.” ~ Ann Lamott  

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