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Interesting Reading

Posted by , 15 February 2014 - - - - - - · 122 views

Passion is everything, eh? Any topic is interesting when discussed by someone who is passionate about it. Those who tend to drone can be helped by an adroit interviewer and an editor with a light touch, but for the most part the best material an expert has to offer is down in, down in their words, way inside. The best stuff isn’t a quip or snippet or b...

I swear...

Posted by , 01 February 2014 - - - - - - · 176 views

I swear very rarely and rather poorly…or comically…when I do. I was reminded of this last night. My partner and I went out for pizza, and I was spouting off about the number of hours I’ve put in at the office this week and about my expectation that next week won’t be much better. I dropped a swear word somewhere in my rant which I only noticed because Ree...

Old, Familiar Carols

Posted by , 04 December 2013 - * * * * * · 165 views
Christmas Memories
Christmas carols played repleatedly in our home during December when I was little. We had three albums of carols and I would stack the wax records up on the spindle of the record player so they would drop automatically at the end of one side of the disc. I don’t think we ever had more than three albums. If my parents ever possessed tapes of Christmas...


Posted by , 25 November 2013 - - - - - - · 185 views

Swimming Sunday afternoons are for swimming. I’ve been swimming ever since I can remember. When I was 18 months old, my father went to Vietnam and my mother moved back in with her parents, taking me with her. They had just relocated to Florida and their home backed up onto the intracoastal waterway. They docked their boat at the back of their house along a floatin...

Chinese 3; Americans 0

Posted by , 16 September 2013 - * * * * * · 276 views

Last night my partner and I were grilling out near our pool house. It was twilight and we noticed one of the new residents watching us from his unit. This particular condo recently changed hands, and the new owner moved in last weekend. We met him then, a young guy from Beijing who works down the road at Google. The gentleman watching us was older th...

Gender Direction

Posted by , in workplace, Transition 22 August 2013 - * * * * * · 235 views

I keep running into this person in my neighborhood grocery store who is obviously having a lot of fun playing around with gender presentation. This person is probably mid to late 50s, assigned male at birth. Preferred gender now? Hard to say.

E seems to have split gender presentation 50% male and 50% female. From the waist down, e’s going for a feminine...


Posted by , 16 July 2013 - * * * * * · 263 views

I got an email from a friend today when I wasn't expecting it. Well, I was expecting it in a sense because we correspond nearly every day. But time had gotten away from me so I was surprised when I glanced at my screen and saw the (1) next to their name indicating I had an unread message. Receiving that email, only a few sentences, made me happy. An insta...

Warrior Princess Review, Reflections

Posted by , in Transition 23 June 2013 - - - - - - · 299 views

Not long ago I finished reading Warrior Princess , the recently published biography of Kristin Beck, retired Navy SEAL. Kristin is a transgendered woman who came out and began her transition from male to female upon retirement from the Navy. Transitioning, undergoing sex reassignment, is always public. There’s simply no way to be in the closet about w...

Thoughts on Mother's Day

Posted by , 12 May 2013 - - - - - - · 177 views

My mom was 21 years old when she had me, her oldest.  In many ways, I look back on my childhood and think I had a pretty regular, middle class upbringing.  Sure, we were a family with a religion outside the mainstream and we moved around quite a bit when I was young, but nothing else set us apart from the other families on the block.

The more I reflect,...

Road Tripping 2

Posted by , 29 April 2013 - - - - - - · 210 views

I’ve driven across the United States six times, thrice between Denver and Boston, twice from Denver to Tampa Bay and once from Boston to San Francisco. I’ve also driven Boston to Tampa Bay a few times and once returned from Tampa and headed all the way north to Prince Edward Island. The last long road trip was the Boston to San Francisco route in 2001. Al...

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