Repost: Pride Month Interview with a Fellow Blogger & Friend

from Life of an El Paso Woman, an interview with Rob Goldstein

Life of an El Paso Woman

Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing an interview I did with fellow blogger and friend, Rob Goldstein. I did the interview exactly one year ago today. I thought it would be nice to share it with you again because June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride Month in the U.S. I had the wonderful opportunity to meet Rob last June in San Francisco. By coincidence, my boyfriend and me traveled there during the city’s Pride events. El Paso will be celebrating their Pride events throughout this month.

Hi everyone! I hope your weekend is going well! Today’s interview is with fellow blogger and friend, Rob Goldstein from Art by Rob Goldstein. Since meeting Rob here, I’ve always been interested in his art, photography, writing and creativity. Rob’s lived an interesting life. His interview intrigued me. It also made me shed a few tears. Since June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender…

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A Friend In Trouble

Please take a moment to offer a word of encouragement to a fellow blogger in need

Connecting Beyond

I was just notified this morning that a good friend of mine, Irene (IreneDesign2011), is very ill in a hospital in her city.  Her daughter, Claire, requested help from me to get the word out that her Mother needs prayer, Light and Energy, good thoughts, sent now.  If any of you know Irene will you please reblog this post and assist me to get to as many of Irene’s friends as possible so they know about this situation?

The following is the exact message Claire, Irene’s daughter requested I write in this post:

“I am not sure who is reading this but I hope it is read by Irene’s friends and followers.  I am her daughter, my name is Claire, and would like to give you an update on this story.  As I cannot guess her password to the computer, I cannot write a separate post for you to receive…

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One Night at Hula’s

You swirled in
as a flame,

all consuming.

Nothing was
left after
you passed.

You touched
me and I was
ash.

(c) Rob Goldstein, Honolulu 1981 All Rights Reserved