My very first therapist once asked about my sexuality.
I told her I was queerer than most people but still considered myself more-or-less straight.
Yes, I thought women were pretty in a strictly heterosexual way. Romantically and sexually, though, I only liked dudes.
At the time, I meant it.
Continue reading “Writing from the Closet”
I was furloughed from my job yesterday.
Knowing it was coming didn’t make the phone call from my boss any easier. Continue reading “Subscription Box Post: Books That Matter – March 2020”
Last night, while waiting for the bus, I got angry.
It happened while I was reading updates on the impeachment trial and accompanying Tweets from Methodists annoyed with the proceedings.
They have every right to be frustrated.
Ten months ago, queer Methodists (myself included) and their allies were denied inclusion in the Methodist denomination.
It took the Methodist church a matter of days to make me unwelcome in the denomination and ruin my entire year.
Meanwhile, it’s taken MONTHS to initiate impeach proceedings against the man who instated a trans military ban and popularized the phrase “grab her by the pussy.”
After waking up feeling extra salty and extremely political, I drafted a Christmas list.
Santa better deliver.
Continue reading “My Rage-Fueled Grown-Up Christmas List”
I’m coming around to breakfast food. Continue reading “Waffles Book Tag”
She’s a baaaaandwagon, make you work hard, make you spend hard, make you want all of her love.
Good ol’ Top Ten Tuesdays catching me unawares like they do every week!
This is a good one. It’s like confession for readers.
Forgive me, Jane Austen, for I bear some very unpopular opinions.
Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Unpopular Bookish Opinions”
Last month, Methodists voted against LGBTQIA+ inclusion. Continue reading “Aftermath of the Methodist vote”
Yesterday, the United Methodist church voted to uphold its ban on same-sex marriage and LGBTQ+ clergy. Continue reading “No Longer a Methodist”
I mentioned acquiring some serious, award-winning books that I couldn’t wait to read.
I also mentioned some long-unread books on my TBR and some current rereads.
I visited my hometown library. Continue reading “The Great December Readathon”