Image from Pixabay As a kidWhen school was outIt felt like a dreamBecause the kids will no longerBe meanEverything felt within reachAnd looking forwardFor my day at the beach Alex
Image from Pexels They will wrap up in itWhen you are bornIt will cuddle youWhen you have nightmaresAs a kidBe with youOn picnic datesAnd keep you warmIn your old age Alex
Image from Pixabay First loveIs toughUnknown feelings that were never feltThat will make your heart meltNot easy to overcomeBut first loveIs always fun Alex
Image from Pixabay My legsI don’t hateBecause it is just my fateMine just need wheelsAt least I have seatAnd don’t need a chairAnywhere I goBut when my wheels stopI’m at a stand-stillOr in my caseMore like a sit-still Alex
Access Doesn’t Mean Accessibility! February Month Yes? No? Maybe? January Book Haul 2021 Off The Topic Thursdays/ The Wall Trans Representation 4 Years In Transition! Hopes and Fears As An Author My Blog Is Three Okay, the first month of 2021 is close to over. When it comes to reading my goal always starts with … Continue reading January Wrap Up 2021
Image from Pixabay I want to be a treeStanding tall with all my branchesStaying alive in the wildest of stormsMaking rootsThat will stand the testOf timeChanges coloursWith each seasonBut standing thereNow and forever Alex
Image from Pixabay Today not only I turn 25, but today four years ago I came out to my mum. She is one of the most important humans to me, so I consider this day as my ‘coming out’ day. Also, today I took my fourth shot of enanthate (Testosterone). I’m still on a half … Continue reading 4 Years In Transition!
Image from Pixabay To say that I went back and forth when it comes to the subject on my mind is an understatement. Being that it might rub some trans people who live here the wrong way. At the end of the day, I decided to share my thoughts and opinion with you guys. There … Continue reading My Thoughts On The Trans Healthcare Here
Image from Pixabay What do I mean by access doesn’t always translate to accessibility? For example, I do have an accessible van because my mum bought one. However, if people park too close to our vehicle and leave no space for the ramp, I still can’t enter the van. Which is why on the booth … Continue reading Access Doesn’t Mean Accessibility!
Image from Google Around 2014, my muscle pain was at its peak. So, the doctor who takes care of my Cerebral Palsy referred me to the pain clinic. The first doctor I had would inject me in my legs and shoulders, and the pain went away for a month. Nevertheless, the pain came back even … Continue reading Baclofen Pump Implant Trial (Story Time)