If you are surfing, researching, blogging,looking, or a special shout OUT to those returning, you have come to the right place. If you are reading this than you are not wondering what this site is about, however I can tell you it is not your everyday HIV/AIDS information site. Prior to my umpteenth time to update, rebuild, and pefect my once One of Kind personal struggle with a disease called AIDS. Having been exposed at 17, testing HIV positive in 1985, graduating to a long term survivor only too fall prey to it's grasp in 2000 diagnosed asa person living with AIDS.
STOP! WAIT,DON'T GO!
This may not sound like your cup of tea, but beside the obvious my site has so much and MORE to offer YOU the reader. If you are capable of laughing, loving, and not taking everything so seriously YOU may just learn a little something about yourself, the people you call Family/Friends, and the world around you in which WE all LIVE in. You don't have to have a terminal illness to be cool. I won't lie it is GREAT having AIDS. From the red ribbons, charity functions, "status"(no pun intended) one really begins to appreciate each day as if it were their last.
EXCUSE ME, I just blew CHOW!
It never gets easier having to say that load of crap about "living each day as if it were your last", or "I really appreciate the smaller things in life" oh yeah to finally and this one's a pip "I am HIV positive I don't have time to be negative". I told you this is not your everyday HIV/AIDS website.I apologize if my grammar, spelling, and web design is not always on point but I promise you are in for the ride of your life. Some say STRENGTH comes from experience not some one line mantra used as a quick fix for those of us who thought needed the clever AD campaign, or charity dinner invite, to the sickening "did you see blank at so and so's funeral" as a way to feel connected to or part of this dreaded disease. Be it living with or caring for someone withHIV/AIDS.
PLEASE, STAY!Creating one liners like these once helped myself and so many others back in the day to inspire or lift us up when things looked so bleak. Learning one person doesn't have all the answers and our stories though sometimes similar are very different. Society dictates Doctors are the all knowing OZ, HIV/AIDS is manageable, and GOD loves GAYS too. Okay I threw the last one in for good measure. So come journey down the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome highway seen through MY EYES and find out what has changed back then to now? So much I can't fill it all into my homepage.
Not only have I Acquired just this syndrome but also a plethora of information to share with those living, loving and dying with or without HIV/AIDS. Using all I have acquired for the last ten years be it on video, in music, controversial humor, social networks, and my personal favorite "a social commentary" is my way of giving YOU a piece of my mind more commonly known as: