Child Missing Their Left Arm or Homosexual? 7% Say, Who Needs a Limb?!

So I found this great blog by a mother of a son who she think might be gay.  I mean he’s just a little boy but he’s effeminate and so she has questions.  That’s pretty understandable.  So she put out this blog about a little survey she did on her own.  I think it’s an interesting read and goes to show you how people (parents) really think.

Child Missing Their Left Arm or Homosexual? 7% Say, Who Needs a Limb?!.

I suggest you subscribe to her blog.  Take some time and see what’s going on out there in the world.

Toodles Dar’lin

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1 Week of living in San Francisco

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Well what do I say? The weather has been good. The sky has been a beautiful shade of blue and the temps are above freezing.  I’ve not done a tremendous amount as I’m living on a limited budget.  I did go out and saw some friends at Edge on Sunday.  That was a lot of fun. I thought it would just a casual stop at the bar kind of Sunday but it turned out that there was an event going on.  The Duchess from the Grand Ducal Council herself was there and some of her helpers.  So the bar was rocking and there were several fabulous ladies there in festive easter ware.

I have spoke to some temp offices to get some work so I have some income.  To some degree that’s been a challenge because people say “Well we don’t want to waste your time and talents.”  Well don’t you think I know that I’m going to a temp agency and that the work is going to be the most fulfilling or career oriented.  Anyhow I think I’ve got that under control and hopefully get some work soon.  At least I won’t be sitting at on the couch as much.

Something a little new for me is riding public transportation.  BART and MUNI are good public transportation systems.  The thing I have to get used to is their schedules and where they stop.  This morning I took MUNI to a doctor’s appointment.  The appointment was at 8 AM but the ride there was going to take almost 50 minutes.  So that meant I needed to leave the house before 7 to make my appointment on time.

So that’s a little about my first week in San Francisco.  Hopefully soon I’ll have some pictures I can post here and show you some of the things going on around town.