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4 hours ago, Elizabeth Star said:

My partner bought this dress but didn’t like how it fit so now it’s mine….all mine😁

 

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On 9/12/2021 at 6:51 AM, Emily Michele said:

Took a page from the history books and used a corset to give me a bit of shape…

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I’m loving the corset. Someday I’ll get one. 

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On 9/13/2021 at 10:21 AM, Elizabeth Star said:

My partner bought this dress but didn’t like how it fit so now it’s mine….all mine

 

On 9/13/2021 at 10:30 AM, Jackie C. said:

I've gotten a couple of pieces like that.

I'm jealous of you both.  My wife and I are very different sizes so we can't share clothing or shoes.🙁 

 

Probably just as well though, since we wear such different styles.

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@Elizabeth Star why not get a corset today? None of us are getting any younger! Do it for yourself… you are worth it! 
 

And I’m really saying that to every single one of you… you are ALL special and worth it!!!

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A couple of pictures of the top I was wearing today. The one with the skirt I posted on a womens FB fashion page this morning as I was wasn't certain it was as flattering as it could be. The women (mostly CIS but some trans) suggested some alternatives and they all thought it went much better with the stretch jeans. Do you agree?

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Thirded. It works with the pants, the skirt's nice, but it doesn't quite go with the rest of the outfit. Maybe if it was longer for a more sweepy/swishy effect? Or a deep red, maybe a plumb? Maybe both.

 

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I couldn’t decide what color to wear today so I wore them all. 
It was also a slow day at work so I did two more piercings on my right ear. I’ll skip the pic of that. 
 

 

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Hiked to the top of Pilot Butte in Bend OR this evening. I’m wearing athletic wear of course! No makeup and a 24 hour shadow which is becoming much harder to see since my electrologist has pruned all the black hairs. The pooch is my giant schnauzer Panda.
 

At the top, about a 1000 foot rise above the city, there is a 360 degree vista of the landscape shaped by volcanic action. I’m here with a group of walkers from around the Northwest for 4 days, walking and hiking the slopes and rivers  in central Oregon. 

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Heading off to my PT job at the consignment shop. Have to look my best ;)

I love this top. Skinny jeans below

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1 hour ago, Bri2020 said:

Heading off to my PT job at the consignment shop. Have to look my best ;)

I love this top. Skinny jeans below

Lovely, Bri. Those are my wife’s colors. She’d love that top. The skinny jeans would finish that off nicely. How nice does it feel carrying the extra weight upstairs..btw? Need I ask? 😉 You look great as always.

 

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1 hour ago, Susan R said:

Lovely, Bri. Those are my wife’s colors. She’d love that top. The skinny jeans would finish that off nicely. How nice does it feel carrying the extra weight upstairs..btw? Need I ask? 😉 You look great as always.

 

Susan R🌷

Thank you Susan. I don’t even notice the weight honestly.  They are still a little “raw” and “stiff” feeling.  I try massaging them to make sure no capsulation occurs and they definitely don’t quite feel like a natural part of me yet. I can feel the implants moving/shifting when I massage them. I’m sure once the pec muscle and skin stretches it will feel much better. I do however, love they way they look and make me feel!  Especially in the gorgeous black lace-y strapless bra I’m wearing under this top. I had to admire them for a bit before I put the top on. You all will just have to use your imagination there. Lol

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1 hour ago, Bri2020 said:

I can feel the implants moving/shifting when I massage them.

 

And that just turned me RIGHT off the idea again. I'm shuddering and clutching the girls over here. Nope. Nope. Nope.

 

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Another day yesterday of hiking some beautiful trails. First An 8 mile loop around Paulina Lake which I believe is technically called a caldera , a hole in the ground after a mountain blows up. At the far end is a wall of obsidian really cool!

 

in the afternoon we hiked up Tumalo Falls and in the evening partook if apple pie and cookies at the meet and mingle. I only got one sarcastic comment about the evident change taking place in my appearance. He’s a diehard homophobe and Trumper so that doesn’t count. Swapped stories of trail adventures with everyone else including the one about the pine Siskin that landed on a lady’s hat and then transferred itself to her water bottle and tried to take a drink and failing that hopped over to the water canteen on one of my table companions.

 

it’s supposed to rain today so I may choose a trail that is less exposed to the elements. Off to breakfast now!

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Looks like an awesome trip @AgnesBardsie. You look great - happy and fresh. The little birdie is so cute. I learned about calderas when my husband and I visited Yellowstone a few years ago - the entire National Park is one humongous caldera, so lots of freaky and amazing volcanic/thermal features. 

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Looks like beautiful country.  

 

Went uptown to see the Chalk Fest.  They do it every year on the sidewalks around the court square.

 

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Just wore some of my go-to things

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Last day of hiking in central Oregon. Before breakfast my faithful companion PNda and I scaled Smith Rock overlooking Monkey Face. Totally awesome and exhilarating!

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I should mention that in the pictures from yesterday I did NOT do my own makeup.  I’m not that good…yet. It was done by my friends 16 y/o daughter who is an absolute genius with makeup. 

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