Announcement

Greetings everyone,

Today my kids finally accepted invitation to operate as Authors on the blog. This means that I no longer will be placing by “so and so” in writings unless it is written by our Travel Blogger Aaron.

Again thanks everyone for your continued support.

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Years of Change

Pics from 2011, 2014, and 2018! look how I’ve grown and changed. I will be starting back on testosterone this February. I am very excited. Wish me luck!

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Christmas Week Follow Friday!

Hello again Followers, this week I want to thank all our new followers for joining our list. Tomorrow is Social Saturday where questions or comments can be asked to us and we will post our reply. Leave questions in the comments.

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Thank you so much, all of you have made this year amazing! Have a Happy New Year!
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Merry Christmas

By Damien Knight

In case I haven’t a chance tomorrow, Merry Christmas Blog followers!

To “fallstar” I do not know if you are still reading here but you were one of my most loyal readers so a special thank you this year for the wonderful conversations and the inspiration you give. I hope your Christmas goes/went well.

A special Merry Christmas to my Family, Aaron, Cera, and Jayson.

Transform (2011)

By Damien Knight

I remind myself what I feel
The ever turning wheel
Tells me how cruel life is
This body lies, it is remiss
I’ve painted myself a mask
To avoid the important task
Of acknowledging my fate
I can’t be me it’s too late
Still I must or I’d rather die
This mask I wear a broken lie
My dream is to transform
Become the man I always known

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