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22 hours ago, Emily Michele said:

My work outfits:


some daily outfits:



always having fun choosing my outfits!

Wow, you have quit the range with your outfits.

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4 minutes ago, Hannah Renee said:

Leaving in 15 minutes, going to court for my NAME CHANGE!! 



Yhat's a nice dress. You look great for you day in court!!! I'm happy for you getting your name changed. THat's a BIG DEAL!!!!!

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1 minute ago, Hannah Renee said:

9:06 AM CDT order signed. I am officially Hannah Renee.



Congratulations HANNAH! That’s great news.



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Good morning, everyone!

Just wearing a T-shirt and my ninja turtles sleep pants! Finally off from school for a couple of days until Fall Semester starts next week. Lounging wear is a must! 💻 

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39 minutes ago, Hannah Renee said:

9:06 AM CDT order signed. I am officially Hannah Renee.




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11 hours ago, Hannah Renee said:

9:06 AM CDT order signed. I am officially Hannah Renee.




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Continuing to channel the Floridian real estate agent look. lol.  I will throw some white sandals on when I head out.  The jacket got a little washed out and you can't see the detail of the pattern so I took a close up for that.  



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On 8/9/2022 at 8:25 AM, Hannah Renee said:

Leaving in 15 minutes, going to court for my NAME CHANGE!! 



Love the outfit, and the big steps you take in it, Hannah Renee!!😊

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6 hours ago, Hannah Renee said:

Thank you all so much. I'm still reeling a bit, hard to believe it's real.

It's kinda sureel isn't it. It's just a piece of paper but just having that makes one feel seen.

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The last few days have been a little mind blowing.  I was a guest on a "relationship podcast" along with my former spouse.  She wanted to interview us because we represented a different approach to divorce and have managed to stay close to each other on a deep friendship level.  A friend of ours is an author and speaker /coach on late life dating after divorce.  We thought it would focus on how we are now but the questions kept steering back to how we managed our relationship and feelings when I came out and starting of my transition.  It brought up some stuff obviously but it wasn't to hard. My former spouse was upset afterwards because the focus shifted to me and my transition.  Quote " It's always about the transition now matter where we go".  She's right of course.  We both thought this was going to shine a light on her side of the relationship.  It made us both realize that she does have some resentment toward the attention my transition gets. 

I'm hoping that fewer and fewer people will be focusing on that moving forward.  I've noticed lately that, dare I say it, I mostly pass?  My ffs has definitely made a difference in how I'm perceived and addressed.  I don't get misgendered anymore!  Thank the goddess.  It was getting more and more painful every time I was being misgendered. The frustration of doing all these things to feminize myself with no apparent results out in the world.  I guess the message there is "Be Patient".  I can see the light at the end of the tunnel for transitioning. There are so many days lately where I just wake up so exhausted from this process. 46 more days until my bottom surg.  I'm freaking excited but also freaking out about it.  I've never really had anxiety about a surgery before, I had complete faith that things would work out. However, none of those surgeries were life altering like this one and I have no idea what to expect for recovery and whether things will work as advertised.   Sorry for the rambling on here, I'm in a reflective place apparently.

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Bri I found if the conversation turns to your transition its up to us to steer the point of the conversation back to where it was supposed to go.

As much as we may like the attention try not to make it all about us.

My ex and I did a local interview and I had to keep the host on point.

She was honestly curious about me more than my ex and how she felt so I had to bring the conversation back on point.

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Morning, friends! Wearing a much-loved band T-shirt and some shorts made from pants. 

Can't wait for summer to be over so I can go back to wearing layers and being comfortable. I do not like showing off much skin due to self-image issues and the only time I do so is when it is too hot. (I hate summer.)

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I'm not to comfy showing a lot of skin because of being fat but sometimes if its really hot out I have to to stay cool.

I love short tops, or crop top Ts on other people but not on me so much.

Tank tops  and camisole tops just roll up if I pull them down  which is so annoying.


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A farmer back from the market.   My day each week to dress up a bit.   Sorry I’m a bit sideways


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Since I have started looking for starter bras now, I was trying on my bralettes/sports bras and realized how affirming they were and after seeing other women wearing sportsbras out all summer, I felt it was my time too and paired with my Old Navy black joggers. So I took a aerobic walk at one of our State Parks then stopped in a local fusion place to get dinner after. Only thing is these types of bras squish what little I have going to begin with. It looks like my top is going to take some time just to get something modest. But it boosted my confidence and felt great. 20220811_144340.thumb.jpg.0533e03f87a10e96da0720e39c91cec5.jpg

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You look great Stevie.  I wouldn't worry about size.  All women are built differently.





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