Sunday, May 9, 2010
Happy Mother's Day
The receptionist is the mother of the owner. After I paid for the order, I said to her, "Have a happy Mother's Day."
She replied, "You have a happy Mother's Day, too."
Just as the words left her mouth, she realized she erred in wishing a happy Mother's Day to a male and she blushed.
I quickly replied that I happily accepted her holiday greetings.
I like to think that my feminine persona shows through even in boy mode and was the cause of the receptionist's error. I dunno if that was true or not, but it was a nice start to the Mother's Day weekend.
Then, overnight I received the following e-mail from Michelle, which just sweetened the holiday weekend.
"Now that I have had time to look over your blog and read some of your writings, thank you for the blog. I don't know where you found the courage to start the blog and share your journey, but I am very glad that you did. You are an inspirations to all of us men that love feminine clothing.
"I don't know if I will ever be able to go out in public en femme like you, but I now know there are other men that appreciate being free to dress like they please.
"You look so much like a real women when you are en femme. When I first looked at your blog I thought you were a women that was running a site to help men that dress en femme. In all the pictures I have seen of you, you are dressed like a beautiful lady... hair, makeup and dress... anyone would think you are a real lady.
"Thank you for having the courage to be Stana and inspire the rest of us. Someday, we will be able to dress as we like openly and freely."
Thank you, Michelle, for the very kind words and thank you, Mom, for inspiring me to be the woman I have become.