Posts in category "Road to Listen to Your Mother"

Road to Listen To Your Mother: Not the Final Chapter

Road to Listen To Your Mother: Not the Final Chapter
It’s been over a week since I and 14 other women commanded the microphone, bringing to the stage our intensely personal and emotional stories of motherhood.  For days after the Listen To Your Mother show, my emotions were nothing but raw.  Tears would form at the slightest mention or thought of the experiences of that... Read more »

Strangers to friends through laughter and tears - the road to Listen to Your Mother continues on

Strangers to friends through laughter and tears - the road to Listen to Your Mother continues on
Sometimes we think that if you put fifteen writers together in one room, all sharing their work, egos would hang like a stench over the conversation.  But when it comes to the group I hung out with last weekend, a group of women from all walks of life, that couldn’t have been further from the... Read more »

I am part of the Revolution

Right now, a revolution is spreading across America and around the world.  It is fought on the streets and in our homes.  We see it on our television screens and see it as we scroll through the Internet.  It is a revolution of existence and visibility. I couldn’t agree more with a statement made by... Read more »
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The road to Listen to Your Mother 2014 - Part 1

I am still in shock.  This last Tuesday night I received an email I never thought I would get.  Chalk this one up to total self doubt, but to my surprise I am happy to announce that I am joining the cast of this year’s Listen to Your Mother production here in Chicago. YAY! To... Read more »
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    Meggan Sommerville is a Christian transgender woman with a heart for educating others about the transgender community and her faith in her Savior, Jesus Christ. Her career life has taken her on a variety of adventures, from being a veterinary technician in the Western burbs of Chicago to being an EMT/Paramedic, EMS instructor, and a paid on call firefighter for Bolingbrook , Illinois. Since 1998, she has been the frame shop manager for a national craft retailer. You can contact Meggan via email at Transgirlatcross@aol.com or find her on Facebook at Trans Girl at the Cross

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