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Nice.  I really like the 1st blue one by the curtains.  Looks happy vintage.

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I'm heading out to look into my additional career of real estate. I'm interviewing a brokerage today. 

All the clothing pieces here were consignment finds for a total of only $25

The shoes were Poshmark find at another $25.  So for $50 I have a complete professional work outfit. I love thrifting/consignment!

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8 minutes ago, Bri2020 said:

I'm heading out to look into my additional career of real estate. I'm interviewing a brokerage today. 

All the clothing pieces here were consignment finds for a total of only $25

The shoes were Poshmark find at another $25.  So for $50 I have a complete professional work outfit. I love thrifting/consignment!

 

That's a cute outfit. Those colors are flattering on you.

 

Hugs!

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looking good @Bri2020!  Very classy.

 

I popped in to share my dance/workout clothes.  I took a little jazz dancing in the early 80s, and it's so fun to go back and do it the way I wanted to then.  Been spending time with early Jane Fonda workout tapes...can you tell?

 

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12 hours ago, Ann W said:

looking good @Bri2020!  Very classy.

 

I popped in to share my dance/workout clothes.  I took a little jazz dancing in the early 80s, and it's so fun to go back and do it the way I wanted to then.  Been spending time with early Jane Fonda workout tapes...can you tell?

 

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OMG!  I adore this photo!  You are so awesome.

 

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21 hours ago, Ann W said:

I popped in to share my dance/workout clothes.  I took a little jazz dancing in the early 80s, and it's so fun to go back and do it the way I wanted to then.  Been spending time with early Jane Fonda workout tapes...can you tell?

 

That would have been me wayback too!

 

You look great :)

 

Tracy

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Night out with the girls last night. Woo!

There were less buttons when I left. 

 

Hugs!

 

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Bri and Ann W you both are looking fabulous.

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Off to take my final in my real estate course. Thought I would dress the part (if I were selling Real estate in Florida.) haha

 

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2 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

Off to take my final in my real estate course. Thought I would dress the part (if I were selling Real estate in Florida.) haha

 

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Definitely the right vibe. Might even work in Virginia.😉

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3 hours ago, Bri2020 said:

Off to take my final in my real estate course. Thought I would dress the part (if I were selling Real estate in Florida.) haha

 

You definitely look the part Bri! Good luck!

 

Hugs!

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Nothing fancy today. Just a spaghetti strap top over leggings. Sometimes I’m amazed at how much more confidence I have since I started transitioning. 

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Got out early for my walk by the river.   The sun was up, but hadn't quite made it down into the river bottom.

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On my walk today.

 

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Hello fabulous friends! I was browsing for pride gear for the upcoming Stonewall Festival and came across this shirt which I thought was hilarious. There should be a comparable one for "the trans agenda", but I did not see any in my search. If there were, what would it say? 

 

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1 hour ago, Vidanjali said:

There should be a comparable one for "the trans agenda", but I did not see any in my search. If there were, what would it say? 

 

Well mine would look a lot like that, but I'm more "Wicked Gay."

 

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I want to say you look awesome

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I just want to say that everyone is looking wonderful.

 

@Jackie C. I'm so happy for you getting to do a photo shoot. I really love you photos.

 

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Mindy🐛🏳️‍⚧️🦋

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Jackie,

 

Your photos look amazing.  

 

Hugs,

 

Sally

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hanging out with my trans friend, lots of shopping, and finally some Me Time at home. 

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Yesterday wasn’t so much about what I wore, but where I wore it. I wore this cute pink/white striped string bikini bottom and to set. I wore them to the pool. First time to a pool in at least a decade. I was a bit anxious, but my girlfriend was my extra strength. Everyone was very friendly and we were accepted into the conversation at the hot tub with a group of thirty-something women. It felt so great to be accepted as who I am; a woman. F107E6B8-0676-493B-AE4D-A9F155582856.thumb.jpeg.8dde22a936fc7c750d32e5533a5c3c42.jpeg

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2 hours ago, stveee said:

hanging out with my trans friend, lots of shopping, and finally some Me Time at home

You ladies are looking great.

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