Monthly Archives: May 2013

A New Beginning

I thought it was time to update the title and sub-title of my blog because what I have been posting lately has taken a whole new direction from when I began in December, 2011. In the beginning, my intent was … Continue reading

Posted in New Horizons, Shift Happens | Tagged , , | 4 Comments

My Last Word about Memorial Day

I was thinking this evening about this Memorial Day holiday, formerly known as Decoration Day, which began in 1865 to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the American Civil War. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans … Continue reading

Posted in Divine | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Hey-la-day-la Part Deux

I want to set the record straight about my post last time when , if you may recall dear readers, I related an incident between myself and the “man next door” that may have left a bad taste in the … Continue reading

Posted in Gratitude, Living in Grace, Shift Happens, unconditional love | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Hey-la-day-la my Mojo’s back

Forgive my impertinence, and I may be somewhat biased but mean no disrespect, but I have been wondering lately when I log on to the blogosphere to be a vocal advocate of things gender, sexuality, feminism and discrimination, whether I … Continue reading

Posted in Divine, Feminism | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

“Tolerance” does not equal “acceptance”

Some of you have heard, or rather read, this story before, last July when I posted it under the title “I was asking for it.”  Time has passed since that traumatizing experience and I have had new insight about it … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

“A child is father to the man (and to the woman)”

This may be a bit off track from my usual posts but I thought it was time to honor my son who I believe has taught me far more about the meaning of love than I could have ever taught … Continue reading

Posted in True love | 4 Comments

Justice for all doesn’t necessarily mean equality for all

I woke up this morning not knowing that today is International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia until I went to check my email.   IDAHO is still the acronym used and is probably much easier to remember than IDAHoT, but … Continue reading

Posted in Shadow, Transgender | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Am I the same person I was before transition?

I started to comment to a question that was posed by a dear friend, Robyn, to whom I have neither seen nor spoken, except via email and responding to her blog,  Transgender in State and as my comment was getting awfully … Continue reading

Posted in Labeling, Memories, Shift Happens, Transgender | Tagged , , , , , , | 6 Comments

Let peace always begin with me

I read today of a the death of a two year old girl in Kentucky who was shot to death by her five year old brother, clutching a “My first rifle.” To read the story, click here. I have spoken … Continue reading

Posted in Divine, Shadow, True love | Tagged , , | Leave a comment