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The Pearl of Great Price

While I was raised but no longer profess to be a Christian, I still find in the Christian scriptures many lessons which apply to modern life, in particular, mt own.  One such passage was brought to mind as I read of the angst of another … Continue reading

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My First Post-Op Christmas

This Christmas holiday is the first since I completed my physical transition last February.  It is a Christmas I will spend with friends and this year with family.  My son is in town from California and will spend Christmas Eve as … Continue reading

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Hey Guys, I’m Still Alive and Kicking!

It isn’t hard to notice that I haven’t posted in a while.  I make no apologies for it because that will only feed my bad wolf rather than my good.  Instead I will begin where I left off which was my … Continue reading

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“It Just Comes With the Territory”

You might be asking yourself when I will be coming up for air and take a break from blogging. Already I have posted eight times in half as many days . Tomorrow is the 4th of July holiday and you … Continue reading

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It’s About Time We Got Over It

What I’m about to say is offered with love and very tough love at that. I have been thinking a lot lately about what I see happening in the Trans blogsphere and I want to share my feelings about that. … Continue reading

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“Free At Last, Free At Last…”

I believe few if any people can begin to fathom just how joyful and grateful I am to be alive and healthy these days.  As we approach the 4th of July this week, you may have noticed many posts with … Continue reading

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The True Meaning to Me of “Living Outside of the Box”

A dear young friend of mine with whom I have formed a connection was writing in his Facebook status the other evening about a change in his present living situation and he mentioned a few possibilities to tide him over … Continue reading

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Thus Spake Deanna

“When you have eliminated all which is impossible, then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”      -Sherlock Holmes Science, whether it be physics or politics is about having an idea, a supposition, if you will, and then experimenting with the … Continue reading

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Is Home Really Where the Heart Is?

I was inspired to write this post by a sister transgender blogger who most probably already recognizes who she is. With my late beloved wife passed away and our son living far away, I have the task of redefining what “home” means to … Continue reading

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Why Are Men More Likely to Be “Couch Potatoes?”

I have been thinking about a lot more things lately.  This not to say that I don’t think about a lot of things all of the time. My experience living in a woman’s shoes has shown me that as a woman, I … Continue reading

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