Saturday, September 17, 2022

TPT#364 - Big Queer Adventure

Jess brought COVID-19 home from STLV, and with George's metoidioplasty consult looming he decided to run away from home to avoid the risk of catching it and missing his appointment.

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Saturday, September 3, 2022

TPT#363 - Adequately Directing Their Efforts

Accessing gender-affirming healthcare is rarely easy and often quite challenging. George's first steps to access his lower surgery involved a variety of staff offering their efforts but not always achieving much.

At 04:29 George references a website incorrectly. The correct link is transhealthcare.org.

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Saturday, August 20, 2022

TPT#362 - That Wasn't Supposed To Be Your Problem, But It Wasn't Supposed To Be Mine Either.

Jess has been trying to date for a while, and while we've been working out the logistical and interpersonal challenges, George has realized that he's ready for another step in his transition.

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Saturday, August 6, 2022

TPT#361 - There's Nobody At The Window

Last time we were planning for George to take two consecutive trips, one with and one without Child#2. This time, we discuss how those trips went. As Spock said, "This is coming dangerously close to hijinks."

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Saturday, July 23, 2022

TPT#360 - You Get To Have Money But Then You Have To Pay For Things

If it seems like we've been travelling a lot more lately, it's because we have. It's all for good reason, though.

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Saturday, July 9, 2022

TPT#359 - Pattern Recognition

When a social interaction goes sideways, especially an interaction with a stranger, there's always a question of how much bigotry played into the negative outcome. George notices those patterns in some situations, and Jess recognizes them in others, because we are, as always, opposites in so many things.

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Saturday, June 25, 2022

TPT#358 - I Lost You But I Knew That I Could Find You

George has been refinishing the cabinets with his workwife for over two months. Not only is that a nice long while for handyman hijinks to occur, but it's also an exhausting slog.

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Saturday, June 11, 2022

TPT#357 - Quarantine Protocol

When George gets a call that Child#2 may have gotten a head injury, the hijinks are only beginning.

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Saturday, May 28, 2022

TPT#356 - She's Like A Brother

George ran away to baseball again, this time with his former work wife, but life didn't stop happening in his absence and was waiting for him when he returned.

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Saturday, May 14, 2022

TPT#355 - Lady Person Type Deal

We returned home to a tribble infestation, which had been introduced by George's former workwife. She helped refinish the cabinets and went with him to baseball, all while still George was trying to manage the situation with his endocrinologist and navigate access to HRT.

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