Friday, October 18, 2013
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Saturday, October 12, 2013
Chicago Weekly Journal 1846
Mrs. Elizabeth Peters, of Boone Co., Indiana, thus notices her absconding husband: "Left my bed and board last fall, thereby rendering my expenses lighter, my legal husband, John Peters, without cause of provocation. All the old maids, and young girls, and widows, of all ages and conditions, are hereby forwarned against harboring or trusting him on my account, as I am determined not to be held accountable for his debts, or more especially for his conduct, because he is a loafer, a drunkard, a gambler, a liar, a thief, and a barn-burning Locofoco."
Friday, October 4, 2013
Sissy Goodwin is a former cowboy, airplane mechanic professor who is most comfortable in a pretty pink skirt and a bow in his hair. Yes, I said HIS. Sissy (also known as Larry) is a straight man with a loving wife of 45 years and 2 adult children. Read Sissy Goodwin's story with the link below. His story of being true to himself is inspiring and heartfelt.
We should all be so lucky to be brave enough to be who our hearts tell us we are.
We should also be so lucky as to know someone like Sissy Goodwin.
Sissy, I can't imagine you'll ever see this, but I wish I could hug you and tell you that you're a hero to anyone who has felt bad wearing the wrong pair of jeans, not giving their true opinion because it was unpopular, or just feared making a change. Thank you
He's Tough Enough to be a Sissy in Wyoming