Archives for November 2008

I Heart Haters (Or at least I try)

So I guess I couldn’t just go off quietly into the holidays now that I actually have some free time post-book editing. I’ll post about that in the upcoming days, but let me just tell you I went on a couple 60 hour stretches where I only got anywhere from 2-4 hours per sleep per [Read More…]

I’m Back

Hello everyone! It’s official…. Love Is an Orientation is officially done, turned in and ready to go to print! I’m back now, no longer ‘off the grid.’ Thanks for hanging in there with me over the last couple of weeks while I struggled to get everything done with total and full confidence in every word [Read More…]

Off the Grid

Hello! I’m going off the grid for a few days (maybe a week). Next week my final edits for Love is an Orientation: Elevating the Conversation with the Gay Community, are due! And when I say final edits I mean: -This is it for real -No more changes once I turn it in this one [Read More…]

Youth Specialites Pitt

Before I go off the grid, I wanted to briefly talk about the last YS national convention held in Pittsburgh. I have to say that everything I said during Sacramento held true again! What a blessed and humbled weekend I had. But there was one glaring difference between the two cities: As my friend Margaret [Read More…]

Election Day

I voted this morning. It’ll be an interesting night not only for our nation, but also here in Chicago (Barack Obama’s setting up camp in Grant Park about a mile away from where I live – they are expecting about 650,000 people in attendance tonight). More importantly, it’ll be an interesting next 4 years – [Read More…]