E.O. Stonestreet's books include A Thousand Pictures and Encyclopedia of Gratitude. He lives in Oakland, California, with his wife and son.
These are the shifts available.
What’s obvious and achingly beautiful is your yearning to be your authentic self. It isn’t about being straight or gay, it’s about honesty, acceptance, and love.
Soon we will leave California.
Because my mom worked all those years. Because my dad climbed all those hills.
You couldn’t ask for better neighbors than Malcolm and Cindy. That’s what our landlord said when I first saw our old place, a little cabin on the meadow in Lake Tahoe. He was right.
The song is more than someone making an apology. It’s a confession that comes only after completely breaking down to the point where no shred of self-deception remains.