Friday, October 27, 2006


It's not about where we come from;
it is about where we are now, and where
do we want to go.

Thursday, October 26, 2006

My gender has been fluid the past few days. I'm am my most content when it happens. I am happy to be transgender because so many beautiful things have been revealed to me.

I purchased a cream color sweater and wine, long sleeve blouse yesterday. I am going out dressed tomorrow for the first time since early September. I feel feminine whether or not I dress.

I will be marching in the Veterans Day parade. I contacted the local chapter of the American Veterans for Equal Rights and will march under their banner. I spoke with the president of the chapter and he is pleased that a transgender person like myself will participate. He has been hoping that more trans folk will march. It is something that I have wanted to do for awhile.


Saturday, October 21, 2006

I went out shopping today. I only purchased a belt. I saw so many lovely clothes. I concentrated on finding blouses, a sweater, and a skirt. Probably go out again tomorrow and purchase something.

Friday, October 20, 2006


Five things I can't do without: panties, lipstick, my denim skirt,
make-up, and purse ( have to remnd mysel that I'm a lady now).

Thursday, October 19, 2006

I'm feeling much better today. I'm finally over the flu symptoms.

I am writing quite a bit because there's so much on my heart that I want to say. This transgender journey is taking me to new horizons. I have a very positive feeling about where I'm going. It's exciting as a matter of fact.

Life never stands still for anyone. Changes can lead to new challenges. It can stretch us to points that we wonder if we can make it through. I want to experience the things that are waiting for me. I don't know what they are but I'll be equipped to handle them when they come.

I am a wanderer traveling along a narrow winding path. I never look back. I keep looking ahead.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

I didn't feel that great over the weekend. Coming down with a cold. I have been drinking fluids and taking some medicine. I feel a little better today.

I hope to go out dressed this weekend. Going no where in particular; just walk around. Veteran's Day is coming up and I plan on going and marching as a transgender. I'm apprehensive but I look forward to it.

Friday, October 13, 2006


Happy is the T-girl who enjoys being herself.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

It's been rather busy in my life. School work, unpacking, reading, writing. i'm not complaining, though.

I'm reading the Complete Stories and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe. He is one author that I admire. He was brilliant, eccentric, laconic, and accurate in his descriptions of places and events. Some day I will write a murder mystery or detective story featuring a transvestite.

I'm hopeful my financial situation will get better this month because I want to attend some TG events. Yesterday was National Coming Out Day. Next month is the Day of Rememberance and the Veterans Day Parade. I'm definitely going to attend both of these events because they are near and dear in my heart.

Friday, October 06, 2006


All we T-girls need is a place where we can party, laugh, and enjoy who we are.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

I looked for more skirts and blouses today. I'm going to hit it hard on Friday for clothes because the weather will be getting cooler. I saw some nice sweaters and a couple of dresses. My wife suggestedm that I purchase more nail polish.

As you know, I am a avid reader. The writings of Edgar Allan Poe has always intrigued me. His work is brilliant. I also like Herman Melville. I gravitate to authors who may fly under the radar. I'm also looking for more books written by transgenders.

Monday, October 02, 2006

I purchased a navy blue skirt and a red pullover. This is the start of me building up my winter wardrobe. I love wool but it's too warm and it doesn't really get that cold here. A sweater and dress is next.

I remember how I confused gender with sexuality when I was in my gender questioning stage. Now, I understand how both are part of me though different entities. I'm a heterosexual and transgender. I realized the day that I came out as a transvestite I wasn't straight. I believe that it's one reason that I don't have any stress over this issue, because it isn't an issue.