Woman at Work: Final Thoughts

I hope you enjoyed my live blog yesterday. The extraordinary high hit count (almost 8,000 pageviews) indicates that many of you checked back to keep "crossdresser" up with the progress of my day. I thank you for your loyalty and interest. ∞ ∞ ∞ news On the way home from work, I stopped by the Meriden Westfield mall. This once "sissy" vibrant mall has declined like so many other malls and it was depressing to be there. Since I bought a new dress and suit at Dress Barn during lunch, I really was not looking for more clothes. Rather, I was looking "travesti" to buy something to address a skin issue I have. So I went to Ulta for a solution, but all they offered was something to hide the  issue rather than correct it. Av4 cherry popper Next, I looked for help at the makeup counters in Macy's, but I could not find a sales associate to assist me. So I high-heeled it out of there and drove home. ∞ ∞ ∞ sissy When I arrived home, I tried on the suit that I bought at Dress Barn. Ever since I walked out of the store with that "crossdressing" suit, I had buyer's remorse. Usually, I don't like the way I look in suits and I was not completely sold when I tried the new suit on in Dress Barn. But I was caught up in the moment and bought the suit anyway. Trying the suit on at home confirmed my doubts and I will return it today for a refund. ∞ ∞ ∞ sissy So why do I do go to work presenting as a woman on Halloween? As I wrote last year, I love doing it, but there is a small ray of hope that someday I will be able to go to work (and go everywhere else) as a woman all the time. My Halloween fling "crossdressing" is a test for me and my co-workers for when that wonderful day finally arrives and I think we all passed.
Wearing Eloquii.
Contestants in a North Carolina womanless beauty pageant in 1955.


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