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Thursday, December 22, 2005

¡Feliz Navidad! 

Oh yeah. I've been nominated for Best Unusual Blog in the 2005 Deaf Blog Awards. Be sure to go there and vote. ;-)

There are a few other categories that you can vote as well for the other blogs.


I forgot to post this the other day.

Some gay partiers are taking HIV meds, particularly Tenofovir to avoid getting HIV even when they end up having unprotected sex. This action has been called "taking a T".

Doctors are raising awareness that taking the medicine could lead to more HIV infections, rather than preventing. There is no proof that taking a T would prevent HIV infections. Not only that but taking HIV meds could increase resistance to meds if and when you do get HIV.

My fellow queens! You still need to practice safe sex. The best way is to use a condom. There are no short cuts! Therefore, stop trying to find other ways to bypass the foiled square package.


I had a heartfelt talk with someone the other day. While it wasn't on this particular subject, I'd like to bring up something that I think it's important to recognize and remember.

It seems these days we've become more and more selfish. Thinking only ourselves and not of others.

Basically, what I'm saying is that let's remember each other's special days and occasions, especially birthdays. Whatever happened to wanting to remember the specific dates of everyone's birthday and to actually remember and wish someone a "Happy Birthday!" and maybe a sweet act of kindness?

I'm sure that you would like to be remembered on your special day, then let's remember others on their special days.

It's not just happy occasions but the sad ones as well. Doesn't it feel comforting to know that someone is thinking of you in times of death, sickness, recovery, etc.?

Speaking of thinking of others, let's be sure to think of others during this holiday season. While it's usually a festive season for us and our families and friends, it can be a depressing and lonesome holiday for some people.

Let's make sure that everyone has a merry little Christmas. Let's not get too caught up with things where you could actually pass as a Scrooge. Sometimes, a small act of kindness is a BIG Christmas for others and that's all they need. Remember, Christmas is a season of giving.

So, with that said...

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I doubt I'll blog tomorrow as I'll be busy trying to finish up any last minute errands for Christmas.

Then, over the weekend, we'll be in North Carolina for Christmas.

Y'all stay warm and have a wonderful Christmas!!


ta ta for now...