31 Years


Each day we make thousands of tiny decisions that impact our day, our week, our year, and maybe even our life. When to wake up, what to wear, exercise or no, breakfast or no, smile or no… Ultimately, some or all of these can lead to a seminal event, something that changes our lives in some dramatic way: births, deaths, weddings usually make the list. For me, the day I was diagnosed with HIV was a seminal event, the moment my life changed in ways it would take me years to begin to understand. Today is the anniversary of that day.

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