It was a good day. Filled with friends and good wishes. I started the day with a stiff broom, sweeping out the trash. I got my laundry done in the morning. I can toss a load in the washer and then get my grocery shopping done during the dry …
I even got a nap in.
Tonight we went to Fire Grill. I had invited my friend Juan and his girlfriend Nadia to join us for a meal. It was really nice. We don’t get to spend much time together outside of meetings, so tonight was a treat.
I have a plan. And this week that new plan begins.
We are going to go meet new people and hit some new meetings.
Now we will all find out what living in my fifties is going to look like together.
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Writing this little blog is an act of love, every day.
This month we begin something brand new on My Side of the Street.
Beginning today, you can become a patron of our little blog that could. You can click the link at the top of the side bar on the right hand side of the page.
Becoming a patron, you will be supporting my writing career as we cross the Fifty year mark, Living with AIDS, Soberly.
Together we will chart a course, in what is, right now, today, uncharted territory for myself, my doctors and my family.
You will have access to special Patreon Posts and each goal that we have put forth for the blog.
I thank you all from the bottom of my heart.
Thank you for visiting, reading, and becoming a part of my Patreon Family.
I have been looking at sprucing up the blog recently. I was invited to participate in a new template editor and theme maker, alas, that service is costly, and is only available for self hosted blogs, which mine is not.
So let’s introduce you to “Visual.” A brand new theme that is sleek and has specific customization features. Gone is my old busy, and all over the place sidebar. I’ve taken away all the clutter that has nothing to do with what I am writing, and gives you a more user friendly option when using mobile devices.
Welcome to new readers and thank you to all of you who have stuck around through my transitional period of life.