I’m a lot of things, but more than anything else, I’m a woman in progress. I’m finding that out more and more all the time.
I write about supporting my four trans kids, about being a feminist, about being in a second marriage after the first ended due to an affair, about continuing to believe in Jesus even though the Church tries pretty hard to tell me that I don’t really believe because of those other things.
I love knitting because it’s just a series of knots that makes something beautiful. Life is kind of like that. We twist and knot things up, but those stories can create beauty. I hope you’ll join me as I look for that beauty.
10 thoughts on “About”
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Hello Alise, Great blogs. I would like to invite you to join http://www.collectivefaith.com/ to help us grow a Christian Social network. If you like it, please blog about it to your followers. Hope to see you there!
My name is Rebekah and I was wondering if there is an email address I can contact you at?
Nice name ! And interesting information – I’m also going through changes – interestingly enough !!
Is Civitas still publishing books?
Your about a”About” is both profound and beautiful. I don’t think that there could be a finer statement about anyone than what you just wrote. You are a woman who truly knows herself, someone who would make a wonderful friend. If you write your blog the way you wrote your “About” you must be an outstanding writer.
What an interesting “About”. You must be a very interesting and kind lady.
Hi Alise – I saw a reblog of your post about waving the rainbow flag. Beautiful. I’m following! Come visit me at Writing with Spirit.
Hi Alise, have you heard of Susan Cottrell and FreedHearts? I think you’d like what she has to say. Check her out on Facebook!
Yes! I’m a part of a Facebook group with her as parents of LGBTQ kids. Wonderful woman!