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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Dreams... by Cammie

Hey, today I was thinking about my dreams and what they mean to me and my family. Some people believe their dreams (when they sleep) serve useful purposes. Some people dream of ideas and other life changing things to actually help them in their daily life. Also people claim they have dreamed of their future and life. Dreams take place during rapid eye movement (rem) sleep. Well, my dreams 'to me' personally have purposes that help me get through my life and being Transgender. One time I dreamed of making a wish to some magical genie that I wanted to be a girl, but after the gene had granted my wish, I was a girl but a whole other person... so i guess what some people say about dreams... that they can let people see things or understand things better in life... is true. The lord made me the way i am today because I belong on this earth - as Cammie - the Transgender little girl, to help others understand that being Transgender isn't some WACKO disease, and if someone touches me their gonna get it....NOOOOOO! of course, anybody with eyeballs sticking on their face can see that. So, all i really have to say on this post is...GOD MADE ME THIS WAY....AND I LOVE IT!!! <3


  1. What a truly amazing outlook you have on yourself! I agree, you're here because you're you, and not someone else. You're unique and have a lot more heart in you than most. :)

    The future will be much brighter as more and more people see that being transgendered isn't being strange, it's just being able to express yourself as you are.

    Thanks for posting Cammie, you have a beautiful mind. :)

  2. It's good to hear your voice.

    I don't think there is anything wrong with you.

    I can understand why people think there is something wrong with you. It is because they do not understand,...nor do they want to understand.

    My life and my family have been touched by trans issues. I enjoy reading your blog, and sharing it with others.

    Best wishes,

  3. You truly are blessed to have this acceptance of yourself at such a young age. You have a wonderful mom to thank for that too. Many of us did not reach the point you are at until we were more than 50 years old. I see nothing but a wonderful future ahead of you. Keep up the good work young lady. :)Suzi