GOD CREATED LGBTQ+ PEOPLE!
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FINDING HER shows a hard-won struggle to stand against the hypocrisy of fundamentalism practiced by those who preach the love of Christ but hate Christians who love in a different way.
LGBTQ+ people can own their truth and know that they’re not alone in their journey of choosing to live life on their own terms.
I invite you to read my hair-raising ride of a love/hate relationship with evangelical Christianity. It’s well worth every minute you’ll spend reading FINDING HER.
Most people think of memory as a storage receptacle filled with information. "Google it" in your memory bank and pull up the data you need. But what happens when you remember something differently from someone else?
How do you feel when you are sure you've "got the facts" about something but another person has "other facts." Hmmmmm . . .
MEMOIR gives us the ability to retrieve memories and interpret them, evaluate their meaning and make sense of them. What if your friends and family disagree with your conclusions?
WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON?
As we traverse life's journey our memories can fade, disappear or change. Our memory of something actually morphs to fit better into our present life experience. This can be why our memories often are not an accurate, objective record of the past. Yet, they are what we remember.
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COME JOIN ME ON MY LIFE'S ADVENTURE!
Let's begin at the beginning: I am happiest NOT in a dress!
You can't make me!
I hate frilly stuff. Girls are dumb.
The Thinker helps me to think.
My mommy holds my hand.