Monthly Archives: October 2011

Down a percentage, but for how long?

Today I began my temporary seasonal position at Target. The up side is, there will now be a little more money coming in (as opposed to none).  The down side, my rate of living as I am meant to be … Continue reading

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Who has it easier, really, when it comes to transitioning?

Battle lines have been drawn. Sides have been taken. Theories have been stated. I have heard, from different sources, that F2M transitioning is easier than M2F.  I’m not sure I buy into that, totally. At some points I feel that … Continue reading

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With each telling, a weight is lifted

I have known this over the course of my life, but have not felt it this strongly until recently. With each person I tell, I feel the weight of the life lie, lifted.  Eased.  Relieved. I have been going out … Continue reading

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And within an instance, so much changes…..

I was amazed by the hours that followed my last entry.  Simply amazed. My wife and I had planned for a nice evening out this past Saturday.  We had run to an antique mall in Centerville, Indiana (widely disappointing) and … Continue reading

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