Tag Archives: Transgender

Not all sunshine and rainbows

I should be blatantly clear to anyone who reads this blog that life after Gender Reassignment Surgery is not all sunshine and rainbows.  I didn’t post much for quite a while because I had to shutdown my blog due to … Continue reading

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Life

Life has been… hectic… to say the least. Work has been crazy, and this week on call has not helped at all. Lets see, where to start: Still in love.  I’m honestly scared how deeply in love I’ve become, but … Continue reading

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I know I’ve been quiet

I suspect I’m going to become very quiet over the next few months. I had a wonderful opportunity to ask a wonderful friend of mine some questions and I have less fear (of the unknown) now, and while surgery will … Continue reading

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One Year!

One year ago today, I began this journey.  I applied a Climara 50 patch to my upper right leg approaching my hip, and haven’t looked back.  I remember curling up slightly worried what would happen as I began to get … Continue reading

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I met my goal.

One year ago I set the goal to be living full time as a woman by my 30th birthday.  I met that goal in November, and now I have a new target set on my 30th birthday. My date for … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the next big step, and a follow-up on NJ

So a recent discussion in a chatroom that I’ve been hanging out in, has caused me to think about next steps, and if the steps are the right next steps, if they are for the right reasons, and if they … Continue reading

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Life, Ties, Future Paths, Pain, and the no-win.

It was never clear to me how much my life would change.  How painful those changes would be, how lonely my future paths would be, and how much pain I would be in because there is no-win.  There is eventual sufficient treatment … Continue reading

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