Quiet September

img_20160903_1936571It’s been quiet lately in Stefani’s world. I’ve been closing a lot these past few weeks, and I tend to dress after work, so opportunities to dress up have been few and far between. I had hoped to meet another friend of mine last Tuesday, another crossdresser in town, for dinner, but plans fell through. I was disappointed, of course, but I understood. I hope she’s feeling better now, and I pray we can reschedule soon.

My hair is getting longer now. In fact, it’s driving me crazy. I kind of want to get the clippers and buzz it off. It’s at that awkward stage when it’s not long enough to do anything with, but long enough to get in the way. It’ll be several more months before I can do anything with it, and maybe up to a year before it’s as long as I need it. I can’t wait!

Now that it’s getting cooler, I’m needing to start buying myself some winter outfits. I do have a few, but I need more. I also need to buy myself a couple of jackets, a leather one so I can look like a kick-ass bitch, and something a little more sophisticated.

A friend from work with whom I confided my secret is wanting to take me shopping. I have my usual partner that I go shopping, but another couldn’t hurt. She’s wanting to take me to Maurices, should our bonus checks from work be large enough. I’ve never been in there. I wonder what’s in there. I wonder if there’s anything I’d like.

It’s crazy how invested I’ve become in this. I’ve come along way from my purging days, where I’d buy a few things, hide them, then become disgusted with my perversity and throw everything away, only to have my compulsion force me back into the cycle. Now I’m trying to build as large a wardrobe as possible. I’m staring to shift gears and buy more comfortable articles, shorts and t-shirts. I’m wanting to buy some capris, but I do believe they’re out of season. Damn it!

I brought another person into my circle recently. Actually, I had my bestie tell her husband about me. She told me that he wasn’t all to surprised by it. I think he had suspected I was a little on the gay side, so me being transgender wasn’t too much of a shock. I’m not gay, by the way, not that it matters. I’ve come to the conclusion that as far as Stefani is concerned, I’m bi.

Hopefully I can dress up this weekend. I desperately need it. The only thing is that I have nowhere to go. Gone are the days when dressing up and hiding all day in my friend’s apartment was sufficient for me. Now I want to dress up and go out. I love being out in public. I’m just not in a place where I can do so comfortably.

 

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6 thoughts on “Quiet September

  1. You hair, well, keep it trimmed just enough so the dead ends are gone. Find a hair dresser that will cater to your needs. As time goes by, you’ll make your decisions on how to get it cut. But a woman’s hair is always in the way, lol. You’ll have to learn how and accept that you will have to clip it back.

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  2. That first few months of full time is the hardest, as I know from many years ago…I gave up when I could not look how I thought I should almost right away. Stay the course, love, and you will be where you were meant to be soon!

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  3. Hi Stefani! 🙂 Yep. It’s getting cooler, the Seasons turning and Hey Presto! The wardrobe choices expand! Purging? Pretty hard to do that now, for me these days. My clothes and shoes and make up being like a well worn soft blanket always there, ready to just make me feel RIGHT. Enjoy the shopping. My hair is getting longer too, and having it fall across my face or the way it hits the back of my neck and shoulders says it’s about ready for some styling. Capri’s? Oh hell yeah. I have 3 pair. two denim, one white canvas with a cute little pink eagle! 🙂 I’m dressed now, jeans, tee, bra, bling and sparkly sneakers! Autumn! Think I’ll get all made up and go flirt with the overnight crew at the market tonite! Stay safe, Stay Frosty Stefani and enjoy the weekend. The low battery shirt rocks

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