So, normally, I’m rather ridiculous and inappropriate and irreverent and sweary. But today, I’m showing you my serious side. I’m incredibly honored to be over on BLUNTmoms, discussing my complex feelings about Father’s Day. I hope you’ll follow me there. Here’s a teaser to get you started:
How Do You Celebrate Father’s Day When Your Father Is No Longer a Man?
Spoiler Alert: You don’t. You can’t celebrate Father’s Day when your father is no longer a man. Not in the same way anyhow.
For the past 15 years, Father’s Day has been a difficult day for me—a day of stress, hair loss, and conflicting emotions. My father isn’t dead. No, my biological father is still very much alive. But my biological father is now a woman.
You can read that last sentence again if need be. I fully understand that it takes a bit to sink in.
Please read the rest of my post at BLUNTmoms. And maybe say something nice? And share?