Stories such as this both give me hope for our future and break my heart for the pain these children have to endure.
For the past few months, I’ve been making changes and making arrangements to resume the journey I put on hold 40-something years ago. This past week was my consult with the endocrinologist and a mental health therapist. Everything is currently … Continue reading →
Well, it appears that the huge out of state contributors to the No on I-522 campaign have managed to buy yet another election. http://vote.wa.gov/results/current/State-Measures-Initiative-to-the-Legislature-522-Concerns-labeling-of-genetically-engineered-foods_ByCounty.html Their biggest claim was that it would raise food prices. I disagree, companies redesign labels for … Continue reading →
and everything she touches changes. The current plan is that this coming week (hopefully on my birthday) I will be filing paperwork for my legal name change, which means dealing with a number of governmental bureaucracies – one of my … Continue reading →
From the diaries of Lady Stéphanie Alexandra de Conti de Nemours Vienna, Saturday, 17th June 1876, early morning, Summer Solstice. The past few days have been full of preparations for the arrival of the Ericas’ cousin Dr. Erasmus Grey from … Continue reading →