Thank you Dear Molly…first for simply being here…

I understand the inner turmoil and conflicts you have undergone trying to be not WHAT you are, but rather WHO you are…and the colors that you now see from a different light.
And aren’t they beautiful..? That shift allows the celebration of our lives..I came out when I was 70…yes..70..I am now 74 and the best years of my life have been the last 4. And it is because of the “spirit” of the “young ones” who parade an in your face..or at least here I am public disposition such as you maintain..Your greatest beauty is your courage..

Thanks again


Hi Molly,

I wanted to send you a private message to thank you for your authentic openness and sharing on your blog. I enjoy reading your steps, successes, and challenges. Many of them I can relate to, especially your post about about your Bad Date – luckily I have only had one so far that was similar to yours.

I am coming out right now, over the past year and have found that most people have been extremely kind and supportive!  I am out to most of my friends and some clients know as well. I plan to be out with my family soon. I get such inspiration from your posts, and they make me feel like I am not alone!


Hi there! My best friend…told me about your blog this morning because I have recently come out…It has been quite the interesting and difficult past two months, but I just wanted to thank you for being so brave in writing a blog about your coming out process. I have been reading all your posts (instead of doing work haha) and I can relate to almost everything you are saying. It is so nice to know that I am not alone in this. Have a great day! 🙂

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