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You are your own true love.


You have to care more about where you’re feeling and how

you want to feel, than anything else. You have to care more

than what your husband thinks. You have to care more than

what your mother-in-law thinks. You have to care more than

what your neighbors think. You have to care more than what

your church thinks or your government thinks. You have to

care more than what anything that is outside of you thinks, because

by caring about how you feel, you can shift your vibration.

And when you shift your vibration, every relationship shifts.
Every single one. ~Abrahm-Hicks~




I finally really do

Care about me more than

you or you or you

ready to step up

into the real me

the next level is here






vibrations and dreams

call to me

all I want is to be free

of roles games lies

I am already gone in my mind

it is only a matter of time



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mediocrity good enough?

Most people who want a relationship believe that a mediocre relationship is better than no relationship at all, but we do not agree with that. In other words, since the potential for a glorious relationship always exists — we never encourage settling for less.

– Abraham-Hicks –

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There is nothing more personal than how we wish to spend our final years. After decades with our loved ones there should be no dispute that we should get to spend our final moments together. Unfortunately Sonoma County, CA treated Harold and Clay as if they were strangers.

Harold was 88 and Clay was 77 when their 20 year relationship was assaulted by Sonoma County. Harold’s time here was coming to an end. He was ill and life was further complicated when he took a tumble down the stairs of their home. Harold was taken to the hospital.

Like most same sex couples who are committed to taking care of each other in sickness and in health, Harold and Clay set up legal documents prior to their personal crisis that were supposed to tell authorities to honor their relationship. Clay should have been able to visit Harold in the hospital and make decisions about his care. Instead, the county and health care professionals refused to let Clay even visit Harold in the hospital.

Tragic as that was, the county was not done with this family. More brutality than any government should inflict on a family — they separated Clay and Harold by placing them in different nursing homes. Remember, Clay was in good health. He was involuntarily committed.

Kate Kendell, the National Director for the National Center for Lesbian Rights, a national legal organization committed to advancing the legal and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people wrote for the Bilerico Project:

Ignoring Clay’s significant role in Harold’s life, the county continued to treat Harold like he had no family and went to court seeking the power to make financial decisions on his behalf. Outrageously, the county represented to the judge that Clay was merely Harold’s “roommate.” The court denied their efforts, but did grant the county limited access to one of Harold’s bank accounts to pay for his care.

What happened next is even more chilling.

Without authority, without determining the value of Clay and Harold’s possessions accumulated over the course of their 20 years together or making any effort to determine which items belonged to whom, the county took everything Harold and Clay owned and auctioned off all of their belongings. Adding further insult to grave injury, the county removed Clay from his home and confined him to a nursing home against his will. The county workers then terminated Clay and Harold’s lease and surrendered the home they had shared for many years to the landlord.

Three months after he was hospitalized, Harold died in the nursing home. Because of the county’s actions, Clay missed the final months he should have had with his partner of 20 years. Compounding this tragedy, Clay has literally nothing left of the home he had shared with Harold or the life he was living up until the day that Harold fell, because he has been unable to recover any of his property. The only memento Clay has is a photo album that Harold painstakingly put together for Clay during the last three months of his life.

Clay was eventually released from the nursing home following a lawsuit. A further lawsuit is pending against Sonoma County, the auction company, and the nursing home. A trial date is set for July 16, 2010.

As important as this lawsuit is, there is nothing any government, court, or lawyer can do return the dignity and respect Harold and Clay were deprived. No authority will be able to return the last few months of Harold’s life, or the chance for Clay and Harold to embrace each other one last time.

We need full legal recognition for same sex couples — in name and law — in every state in this country. We need it now.

For more information about this case visit NCLR’s Elder Law Project.

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This is the stuff that keeps me going thank you people for the nice things you have said much love
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no one said freedom was easy

freedom from self being my battle

freedom from memories

that cause a burst of sudden tears

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but I always know change is just a smile away

brings me back to center today

calms my fears relives my mind

if even for a moments time

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free not to see the past any more

to have so much future to look forward to

that life becomes a blur of laughter


I know it is because I have lived

this dream come true

raising my daughters


to raise up to be


in the flesh

I must have this

in me

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I ‘m just having a mental illness flare up and need a few days of down(safe) time (((HUGS)))))

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is going to villa fairmont, I apparently need professional help right now I am having a nervous breakdown but I’ll be back….

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