After a wonderful and historic week here in Provincetown for my first ever Fantasia Fair, it’s time for me to go back home with the Virginia Prince Transgender Pioneer Award in my luggage.
It has been wonderful getting to see old friends in our community and our movement, and meet new ones as I knocked a series of firsts off my trans bucket list.
It was my first time visiting Provincetown and the first time I have had the opportunity to attend Fantasia Fair. I had fun, got an opportunity to explore the town a bit. Even got to see three seasons while I was up here.
But while it was enjoyable, and I hope I can make a trip to a future Fantasia Fair, my life in H-town awaits along with a date at a early voting polling location to ensure that Prop 1, AKA HERO passes.
If you haven’t early voted yet H-town people, get to stepping to your nearest early voting polling location. You have until this Friday to do so.
Thanks to the Fantasia Fair staff, volunteers, people of Provincetown and attendees that rolled out the red carpet for me and everyone else at FF41 during this week that went way too fast.
As for the question I got repeatedly asked about whether or not I would be at FF42 next October? Depends on my 2016 schedule.
It`s been real P-town, but time for me to get some sleep and get my devices charged up for the long travel day back to a soggy Lone Star State.
But I do head back home with some positive memories and a few more additions to my Facebook page.