In my words…

I’ve spent most of my life wondering what it was I wanted to do with my life.  In my 50’s I decided I wanted to write, and so write is what I’ve been doing.  It’s become a part of who I am, a part of what I do.

I’m also a photographer. Not a professional, but a photographer just the same.  On this blog that’s what you’ll find.  My writing and my photo’s.

My writings can cover any subject – I don’t limit myself to one thing. I write what I feel, and I feel a whole lot about a whole lot of thing.!

Come along for the ride, and thanks in advance for reading.  I hope I’ve touched you in some way, and you leave feeling a little better than you did before you started reading.

-Peace-

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4 Responses to In my words…

  1. Stumbled onto your blogsite…and have enjoyed the variety and “down home” straightforwardness there.

    A while back I was at a Rotary Club luncheon where Jennifer Roback Morse was the featured speaker. She is from San Marcos and is the founder of “The Ruth Institute,” a subsidiary of NOM. A brochure she distributed advocated 1) The Divine institution of marrage as our Creator designed it and 2) to promote the Judeo-Christian view of marriage.

    I challenged both statements. I’m especially interested in sharing my rebuttal of “The Judeo-Christian” view of marriage. It’s more lengthy than probably should be accommodated in this space, but I would be glad to forward you what I wrote about how difficult it is to conform to “the Judeo-Christian view of marriage.”

    Harold Stidolph
    Carlsbad, CA

  2. Hello Barb, Saw your post on Coming Out on http://www.lgbtqnation.com– it caused be to weep because I came out to myself in 2010 after seeing The Lane Twins movie, Hollywood to Dollywood– and reading that I felt so proud to be among such courageous strong women like you! THANK YOU!! ((hugs)).

  3. Barb: Stumbled across your site today and read several of your entries. I enjoyed them very much. Over the years, I’ve done a lot of thinking about the world, how I fit into it and who I am. I’m come to this conclusion: What’s important is not just what we do, what we say, how we live, who we vote for or even who we love. What IS important is Who We Are. That is the foundation for all of the above and defines everything that comes after.

    • barbaraweicksel says:

      Thank you so much for reading and for taking the time to comment. I couldn’t agree with you more – Who We Are – it’s the most important thing. Thanks again for reading… Barb

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