So here’s the thing: I am a *Long Term Survivor Living with HIV. 28 years give or take a few. It has not been easy, and it is becoming increasingly more challenging as the years go by. By no means
I have been absent for a while. Been dealing with quite a few things. I thought I would share with you a few thoughts as we approach another World AIDS Day (without a cure). As World AIDS Day approaches, I
Again, I give thanks for the voice of Sean McKenna. I give thanks for the voices of ALL Long Term Survivors. Please read. Please share. Please care. The virus may use up our bodies, but WE are not used up.
Sean McKenna is my featured Guest Blogger this month. I was moved by something I read on his FB page. His is an important message for us all! Thank you, Sean! 30 years later I want a cure. Not a
If one member suffers, all suffer together with it; if one member is honored, all rejoice together with it. – 1 Corinthians 12:26 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Last week many “celebrated” World AIDS Day. I am the sole pastor of a congregation with
Y’all know what day it is!? You should…it’s been going on for 27 years! Today is World AIDS Day! So, we all gather in some spaces and places and pin a red ribbon to our lapels or shirts, and: we
So this year, I was chosen, as one of Poz’ magazine’s 100 Long-term Survivor List … and I guess, oddly enough you can say that I am very grateful. Twenty-seven years of living with this disease is nothing short of