Meet the Characters

Hey all, I am known to many as Tall T. I am a 6’1 woman which makes me a rare breed. I am happily married to the Cat Juggler, and he is the love of my life. He is my Soul Mate. I love taking photos and you can see some of my best work at this blog.

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Meet the Family:

Cat Juggler- My husband, My Love, My best friend

Ms. Artistic (aka DOTT in the blogging world)– My oldest daughter, she is 13. She spends her days with her heads in the clouds living in another world. She is an amazing artist.

Baby Girl– My middle daughter, she is 11. She is a cancer survivor and my hero in every way. She was diagnosed with Chondrosarcoma nearly 2 years ago and had to learn to walk all over again. You can read her story at this link.

Mr. Athletic– My 10 yr old son. As his name indicates, he is a sports fanatic and I hold hope that someday he will be a professional football player. He has one of the biggest hearts I have ever saw a kid have.

Mr. & Mrs. Nascar- My sister and her husband, their kids are Mr. ACDC, and Ms. Pinky

The monster-The father of my children, my abusive and gay ex-husband. Gay is literal… he is a practicing homosexual.


7 Responses

  1. Dear Tina, Sorry for not visiting here for such long time…
    As you know I went to Japan last year, and I went to Korea this year… My work is full of design and schedule planning… Kinda bored.

    Now I need to catch up everybody news. Do update me.
    You know I got my own dot com, right?

  2. Sorry about your Baby Girl. I lost my daughter Aimee to this disease in 1981.
    In your cast of characters, why not just leave your ex-husband out of the picture. Since he was abusive, according to you, telling the world that he was also Gay indicates that you have many issues about him. Let it go! Gay is not evil. I am not gay, but pride myself on accepting all human beings as they are. I am sure, your ex did not wake up one day and say to himself, I think I am going to be gay from now on. Just the fact that he married and had children, shows that he was trying to be “Normal”. Also it is no good for your children to grow up in an environment that demeans their birth father.

    So sorry to hear about your daughter. Regarding the rest…Wow maybe you should read more of my blog before making such a sweeping comment. I do not call my ex husband gay to make fun of him… Why do you think the word gay is derogatory? Maybe you should look within yourself before making such a judgment call. I am most proud of him because he finally got the courage to come out of the closet. He was abusive to me because he was intent on hiding that part of his life that it made him crazy. Now that he is “out” and living his life loving men we are very good friends. My children have even attended gay pride parades because we are all so incredibly proud of him and how far he has come. My children have been raised to love their father and accept him for who he is. I tell the world he is GAY because I am very proud of who he is and I am not ashamed to let the world know. Please, don’t call me judgmental when you are the one judging. I have him in my list of characters because he is part of our family, leaving him out would be like leaving my child out of the family

  3. Ilove the name’s for the kid’s,iwould like to know what my name would be. Iam proud of the way you and todd are taking care of the family . Iam sad to think you have to find a new home this way,the Lord will help you a new place to live .I love you guy’s uncle tom.

    Uncle Tom, your name would be Grandpa Biker Dude

  4. OK, nevermind!!!! got it now.

  5. Nice to meet you all, with the exception of The Monster. Hey TT, tell CJ I wish him a Happy Father’s Day. Take care guys. 😉

    Kk Pp

  6. I also love the names you gave the family. It’d be interesting if you have a name for me and what that would be. Love you tall T!

    You would be my sweet Auntie E… That would be your name =)

  7. Love the way you described your family and gave them names – it’s discreet but enables us to know who you are talking about.

    Wow! I didn’t know you were 6’1″ – hence the Tall T name! 🙂 Fabulous.

    Tall T thats me

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