Going Back

posted August 2nd, 2014, 2:01 am


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October 12th, 2013, 5:55 am

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Happy birthday, to me! (Well, the original me, whatever).
To my recollection, my father has never even hinted at me going back. Aside from his first remark of "will this finally make you happy", there was no doubt in his mind that I had to do it.

Though I can't say I've had any long talks with him about my choice in partners!

Go ahead and start overanalyzing Annie thinking it was Vic come to help her.

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I'm sick. I blame Auvic.
I know, I should be at home sleeping, but I refuse to miss a deadline. First it's one deadline. Then it slips to another. Then another. Eventually I fade out of existence, drop off the planet, and we are left alone without VE. I may be a poor substitute, but I am doing my best to fill those giant shoes.

Also.. someone told me this week that Wildflowers makes her feel less alone. It makes the countless hours worth it. That any one person could feel like they have a place in the world.
Maybe I am worth it after all, too?

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August 2nd, 2014, 2:31 am

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Of course you are worth it, and never let anyone convince you otherwise! I look forward to reading Wildflowers every day, it's actually one of my daily highlights. It has also helped my sister (she started reading faithfully after I told her to check it out if she wanted insight into my head) understand me and what I have gone through and what I still go through nearly every single day. I'm an artist and know that I couldn't do what you do. Thank you for making Wildflowers and I hope you continue to do so for some time yet. I will be a faithful, if slightly rabid, reader for as long as you do. Hearts and hugs, Iona

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August 2nd, 2014, 5:07 am

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@Iona: I'm really glad to hear that WF has been a positive influence in your life. Hopefully what you've gone through hasn't been anywhere near what Annie has, and that your thoughts have never been so dark as hers.

Saying you can't do what I do is not true. All I've done is pour hours into it like a full time job for years until I learned how to make it look almost like people and not like the first 174 pages look. You can do it. You can do better. All you have to do is try.

WF will continue for at least another year - it is posted till the end of July 2015. Rest assured that there will not be any missed updates for some time to come.

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August 2nd, 2014, 5:20 am

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Iona's right - love Wildflowers!!
I don't really watch TV so this is like my soapbox show I guess and much better than any TV show cos I get to answer back ... ( too much :D )
Now I've had my daily fix I can go about the rest of my day!
A whole nother year to go - yeay!

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August 2nd, 2014, 5:40 am

Dew (Guest)

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I look on here every morning, if I can. Either as soon as I notice it's beyond 3AM (That's when it's up for me) or when I wake up. This is my favourite comic ever. I miiiight not be able to say that had I been a part of the LGBT community when What's Normal Anyways? Was active, simply for the ability to relate so fully. But as of now... This is one of the best parts of my day, usually. Checking and reading all the comments and seeing how everyone is. It makes my day a bit better. You've got a very special thing here. Even disregarding all the aspects of helpfulness relating to transgender-ness, if nothing else, I always have drawing ideas. This comic is amazing. You're amazing. You're all amazing.

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August 3rd, 2014, 7:58 pm

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Just about every single morning when I sign on to my laptop and access the Internet for the first time, the first action I do is go to an inspirational PDF file that I keep on the hard drive, and the second place I go to, after connecting to the Internet, is the Wildflowers website to see what has been posted at 3AM for the day. Most of my comments are spontaneous after reading the day's Wildflowers installment. Many times throughout the day I will think about what has happened to Annie and others, and try and discern what is being presented and taught by Wildflowers and it's author.

I don't know if I have ever mentioned it, but I am a T-girl who has transitioned as far as I can reasonable go, and am now living virtually full-time as my correct gender of an adult female. This is why Annie and her friends, and Wildflowers are so special to me.

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