I look back at my COVID journal from a year ago. May 27, 2020. “Crossed the 100,000 mark today. That’s sad. Tara is legitimately convinced that this fall and winter the second surge of COVID will be even worse in the US.” Tara turned out to be absolutely right, and to a degree that probably […]
Read More OYL June 3
Writing to you guys is therapeutic.
Read More Indomitability
I think there is room for Thanksgiving Day to be a good holiday.
Read More Maryland doors
This person who has been right next to me all these years, is actually way more genuine and brave than the one I gave up.
Read More Not your parents transgender
Memories are wonderful to me. That’s why I’ve kept a journal since I was 7 years old.
Read More A moment for memory
I am now free to try again to live up to my own potential.
Read More Fresh air, finally
I’m grumpy grumpy grumpy today. All day yesterday I was in such a stew I couldn’t even do anything. It was Saturday. I’ve got LISTS of things scattered around the house of all I wish I could do if I ever got the time. And rather than get stuff done, I pretty much just crouched […]
Read More I’m gonna be happy if it kills me
It makes me feel rich. And spoiled.
Read More Still Harvesting!
Most of the time, if you’re patient, I’ll eventually get it. Thanks for waiting for me and for having faith.
Read More What’s the best thing about being you?
But Mark reminded me that it’s only scary to think of losing the house if we are convinced we have to have the house for happiness.
Read More Big smiles (no job)