About

Welcome to Serendipitydodah – A Place of Unexpected Discoveries.

ser·en·dip·i·ty

n. pl. ser·en·dip·i·ties

1. The faculty of making fortunate discoveries by accident.

2. The fact or occurrence of such discoveries.

3. An instance of making such a discovery.

This space is created for LGBTQ people and friends and family members of the LGBTQ community attempting to develop and maintain healthy, loving, authentic relationships.

It is my hope that you will discover something unexpected here … some piece of information – a friend or two – some helpful resources – a different perspective – love and grace – a new way – or something I can’t even imagine that will be helpful and hopeful in your quest.

(For my personal story go here)


5 thoughts on “About”

  1. Miriam Pendley said:

    Liz, I have enjoyed reading your story again. I also appreciate your posts on JBHB. I have know my son was gay for 8 years. It is only recently through JBHB that I have had other people to share my deepest thoughts and the wealth of links rich with support for the conclusions I arrived at on my own. I did not find the Christian support, other than Mel White and his book Stranger at the Gate, I hope we can organize a group meeting in Austin. I would so enjoy meeting you.

  2. Thanks, Miriam! We are definitely planning a gathering in Austin in April! I can’t wait for a bunch of us to get together. Thanks again for your wisdom, support and encouragement

  3. Miriam Pendley said:

    Great, I know I will be there and will bringing my good friend, whose name is Miriam as well. She has a really good friend that lives in Austin. Can’t wait to meet many I hope!!

  4. Norma donovan said:

    How do I join this group

  5. Mary R. Clouse said:

    I just today found out about this group watching the final cut of Schitts Creek. I cried while “Patrick” was reading the letter from this group. My son came out at 26 to me after living for the past 6 years as a gay man, just not out to family. His dad is gay, and we are still great friends, so it was hard to accept he didn’t feel comfortable telling me sooner. I love him to death and I am thrilled do be part of his authentic life. My husbands oldest daughter told us this year she identifies as non-binary. I would love to be a part of this group of mama bears. Mary Clouse

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