Father’s Day…nooooo, not another one. That is my honest feeling today and has been for a while. I lost my daddy years ago and it still hurts. Still. The pain that is nothing but raw and ugly and makes you cry ugly and raw tears.
Here I am, 27 years old and I was the absolute last person to find out I was gay. These things are always hard to start off, so I’ll start with the memory of elementary school. I remember clearly having the resilience of a child,
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This morning, perusing through Facebook, I saw this article posted by my college flute teacher and knew this would be my #WCW for this week. My teacher, who is a woman and a principal flutist of a symphony, and I have talked about the percentages