I'm Pam Newman.
I am awesome every day & you are too.
Follow my butt on Twitter!
I'm a writer of aricles, poems & songs. Here's some cool stuff I wrote.
I’m getting insurance and it’s going to be at least marginally affordable.
We’re getting closer. Step by step, y’all.
So I went to the gym, and realized I didn’t have enough time for a worthwhile workout, so here I am. On the internet.
BUT ANYWAY I HAVE STORIES TO TELL Y’ALL.
So I’m quitting my magical job with wonderful benefits and understanding bosses to heal my brain and not be stressed out, because self-care comes first, si?
Okay so, I still need health insurance. I also want a cell phone and to keep my Gwynnie Bee subscription, YMCA membership and be able to contribute to the life I share with my partner.
I’m going to make stuff!
Look forward to an Indiegogo popping up here in the next little while.
Am I Taking Too Long to Grieve? - Day #185
Grief’s unexpected turns will throw you again and again. You may feel that for every step forward, you take at least one step back.
Please don’t rush this process. Remember, what you are feeling is not only normal; it is necessary. People might tell you “Get a grip.”
But I’m telling you; “Get a grip when you’re ready. Do it on your own time. However, be keenly aware of your mental well-being - if you feel it slipping; if you’re sinking into a deeper depression, contact a counselor.”
NOMIN’ ON THAT CREAM, NOMIN’, NOMIN’ ON THAT CREAM
sending you good thoughts and a big hug <3
thank you so much! <3 <3 back atcha. :)
Hi Pam. I'm Dylan. We don't really know each other, but I've been following your blog for many years now, and sent you a note about your music a couple of years ago. But anyway. I just wanted to let you know that even though I obviously don't know everything you're going through, that I'm positive you'll be ok. Also, if you need to vent or talk to someone without preconceptions, without judgement, but who's been around for a little bit, you can always reach out. Be strong. You'll get through it.
Hey, thanks. I appreciate it. I remember your message. Thanks for sticking around and being supportive.
I'm glad you are doing this for yourself! You deserve to feel healthy! Also, a nice purple hair streak will be a great kick start into reworking your awesomeness. So cute!
Thank you so much! It’s good to hear other humans encouragement at this point. Honestly.
Description of the event as follows:
Futures Without Violence, the University of Kentucky LGBT Taskforce and OUTsource (uky-outsource), as well as UK’s Gay-Straight Alliance are coming together to host a Queer Speak Out on April 17th, 2014 called “OUTspoken: Leaving the Second Closet Behind”. The purpose of OUTspoken is to bring forward voices of LGBTQ* survivors of interpersonal violence such as rape, sexual assault, partner violence, stalking, harassment, and hate crimes. We hope that this event will help UK’s (university-of-kentucky) administration and the Lexington community understand that this is an issue on campus and that queer survivors need more support.
We will be hosting a 3 part event that includes a featured guest artist, Mary Lambert, and speakers, an open forum where queer survivors can share their stories, and an ending discussion on how to take care of yourself and others. At the beginning and end of the event, there will be tabling fair of supportive organizations and resources offered in both the Lexington and University community.
This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
More information on Facebook, HERE.
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