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I went for a wonderful hike a couple of days ago here in Ontario with some amazing friends! The fall colours are spectacular! It was an 8 kilometre hike, so it was a challenge for some, but they were determined to get to the top of the hill for a fantastic view!
It seems that a lot of us are isolated, me included. Like Kermit the Frog says, “It’s not easy being green.” So, what helped me understand, well… me, is getting together with a group of ladies who understand me! It’s been a revaluation! Most have fully transitioned.
Listening to their stories and understanding what services are available locally is gold! These girls are plugged-in. And, they’re bulldogs and pit-bulls in getting information and encouraging local representatives to address their needs.
TBT, it wasn’t easy finding them. I searched online, asked some close friends, but once I got my foot-in-the-door, I kicked it in and have now been embraced by my LGBTQA+ community. I can be more myself and, best of all, live myself! (Hmm, may not be exactly grammatically correct, but you get the idea .)
I wrote a poem about our adventures. Here’s a link:
Next week I’m going to a new Brewery opening with my community and I’ve got my dress all sorted out!
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