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She has known about this side of me since a month into our relationship. Among the most challenging was the birth of our twin boys, Alex and Andrew, who were born 3.5 months early, our lengthy journey in the NICU and, eventually, the passing of Andrew. To love yourself completely so that you are able to love the other special people in your life unconditionally.These experiences have not only brought me to my role at the Stollery, but also to this place in my life where I have learned the value of being true to one’s self. I am very grateful that Laurina is accepting of the real me and we are both committed to our marriage and raising Alex with an open mind and heart.

My name after March 21, 2014 will be changed legally to “Marni Marcelle Panas”.It would be appropriate at that time to begin using my new name and the proper pronouns for my true gender when referring to me (e.g. As many of you are aware, I have been married to a wonderful woman, Laurina, for over 15 years.and you couldn't see anything," said concertgoer Brenda Casper.When she was able to raise her head "the stage was gone," she said.He said a set change was in the works when the storm struck around 6 p.m. Nashville-based country singer Billy Currington had just wrapped up, while actor and singer Kevin Costner was getting ready to perform with his band, Modern West.

Witnesses said Currington and a band member were bloodied but not seriously hurt.

Police have not disclosed the identity of the dead person, but friends told local media that it was Donna Moore of Lloydminster, and that she was killed when an enormous speaker fell on her.

Debbie South, a nurse at Edmonton's Royal Alexandra Hospital who attended the event, said organizers should have halted the concert a lot sooner, instead of just giving fans minutes to react to the severe weather.

"We think they should have gotten [people] out of there earlier. Nursing student Jessica Lubemsky leaped into action when the storm hit. I went running over as fast as I could just because I knew first aid and I knew so many people were on that stage," she said.

"I had to do some splints for people with broken arms.

I have been diagnosed with Gender Identity Dysphoria. I always had a sense of not fitting in to what was expected of me as a boy and later, a man.