switching gears

July is nearly gone

finished an assessment for michael, hoping to get him moved to tacoma so he can see us more

soccer – rec is done, katie’s select is just starting up, david begins football tuesday

danielle finished a weeklong soccer camp has a few weeks off before condition for her HS soccer

three 3 kids, 3 schools, 5 sports – 1 mom

temps are down by 10 degrees.. still miserable if you have MS 0r miserable for those that don’t

waiting for Rosie Radio to start – something new, like an wrapped gift

our baby boy turns 14 in 2 weeks, hard to believe

additional tattoo in the works this week, adding to the first peace in kanji – more that talks to my soul

thankful for so many to mention

sad that marilyn and scarlett lost nelson their lovable, though not bright at times black lab this week

loosing a family member is never easy, 2 legs or 4

monday – have a radio interview that will air on “The story” http://www.thestory.org

Thursday – in live and in the flesh at the Seattle Lambda event – haven’t done a live talk since May

hoping for the best, to speak from the heart, to tell it like it is and was – for all of us there that horrible night

peace

3 thoughts on “switching gears

  1. nik

    Thank you for sharing your story on public radio today. You have my greatest respect and deepest sympathy. My father and his partner have been together for over 20 years and I would fight tooth & nail to preserve their rights in a situation such as yours. No one deserves to suffer alone, without their loved ones. Love, integrity and commitment must be recognized regardless of sexual orientation. It is time this nation leaves its fears behind, grows up and joins the enlightened countries of the world that recognize this fundamental right. Please provide us with info on where to write, whom to contact, what organizations to pressure and what organizations to support to further your cause. Thank you for your courage and strength, and for serving as a role model and leader for your family and for all of us who will not rest until justice and equality are preserved.

  2. you did a wonderful job. i am outraged by the pain those insensitive people added to your load when their job is supposed to be one of healing. i wish you all the best in your lawsuit and hope that you someday get from them what it is you need and deserve.

    peace.

  3. you did a wonderful job. i am outraged by the pain those insensitive people added to your load when their job is supposed to be one of healing. i wish you all the best in your lawsuit and hope that you someday get from them what it is you need and deserve.

    peace.; you did a wonderful job. i am outraged by the pain those insensitive people added to your load when their job is supposed to be one of healing. i wish you all the best in your lawsuit and hope that you someday get from them what it is you need and deserve.

    peace.;;

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