Uncle and Neice Song

So, like I said in my previous post, this blog was originally made for my wedding posts. Meant for thoughts, expressions, questions and even joy.

I’ve been looking everywhere for a song for a wedding song for when my Uncle dances with me in December of this year. He will be walking me down the aisle because my dad passed away in 2008 of emphysema. I’ve always been an independent person however my uncle and aunt have celebratory times and to just check in on each other with me and my family.

I wanted the song between my uncle and I not to be a sad song but to have a connection. The only song that we both have a connection to is the song by Elton John – Daniel. Daniel was my dad’s name and it touched his heart as mine after my dad’s passing. But that is connected to my dad’s passing and to sadness and I don’t want that song in my wedding. I want it to be a brighter song.

Please can anyone out there give me any suggestions to a slow, not sad, where it tells my uncle thank you for always being there for me when I needed him? Thank you.

 

Wedding Blog Turned Into An Educational Speech

I originally started this website to do a countdown to my fiance and my wedding. It was called M and I – 100 days to our wedding. However I couldn’t bite my tongue any longer. I’m an advocate respect of all people, whomever you are.

Someone on FB thought the situation with Joan Rivers was funny and I thought differently.

http://www.cnn.com/2014/07/04/showbiz/celebrity-news-gossip/joan-rivers-michelle-obama-gay-transgender/index.html

Also someone on here (wordpress.com) commented negatively on the Ryland story which made me change this blog.

http://www.essentialkids.com.au/family-life/family-home/rylands-story-im-a-transgender-kid-20140604-39iky.html

This was my last straw!

It’s pretty bad that there is so much ignorance and discrimination still out in the world that a lot of people in the society that hate others and don’t want to be hated back.

If you want to learn more about transgender individuals then ask, read, watch movies or television and/or look up on the internet. I will even give you a glossary of terms you can look at right now to understand everything better.

http://transwhat.org/glossary/

I have seen if you understand the term you will use it and respect it.

If you want to learn more about kids that are LGBT and coming out. Here you go.

http://nccc.georgetown.edu/documents/LGBT_Brief.pdf

Just don’t write negatively or joke about something that isn’t funny.

I want to help others not hinder them.