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1 comments | Wednesday, December 20, 2006

The past few days have been filled with highs and lows. I'm hoping that the universe is allowing all of the drama to play out now in 2006 so I won't have to deal with it in 2007, just a little wishful thinking.

It always amazes me when I find out who is reading my blog. I haven't told my family about my writing because obviously if you read my blog then you know it's a little on the gay side, and my family works overtime to avoid discussing anything that has to deal with "the gays".

Yesterday I received an e-mail from my aunt informing me that she had come across my blog and she was a little surprised and saddened by what she read. After I managed to compose myself from being caught off guard, I responded to her e-mail in true gay activist fashion, asserting myself as proud Black same gender loving man and allowing her a chance to get to know the real me if she desired. Talk about living out loud, this was truly one of those moments.

I did receive some great news via e-mail yesterday that was totally unexpected, but you're gonna have to wait until February to hear about it.

After being stressed out at work, temporary boyfriend drama, and being outed via my blog I needed a release. All I can say is thank God for writing and dancing. I hopped into Tramaine's truck and headed to the studio. Class was awesome and it was just the release I needed.

I've posted a video of the combination for you guys to watch and pictures from past performances. Those were the days. Enjoy!



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I've yet to have someone find mine. Well family that is.


December 22, 2006 11:27 AM


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