Thursday, July 29, 2010

Opportunities Redux

pair-shopping Last week, I wrote about upcoming opportunities to go out en femme.
The first opportunity was to go out one day during my mini-vacation.

Lately, my wife has been frustrated shopping for clothes and thought that she might have more success at consignment shops. I offered to take her to the consignment shops in the area and asked her if she would mind if I accompanied her en femme so I could better enjoy the consignment shopping experience.

(For a long time, I have been plotting on how to get my wife to get to know Stana better. One way I came up with was to go out shopping together as girls. I have been sitting on this idea for a long time trying to get the courage to spring it on her.)

Amazingly, she had no problem with me dressing en femme to go shopping with her. She was only concerned that I should wear clothing that I could take off and put back on easily when trying on clothing at the shops.

Our plan was to hit the consignment shops on Tuesday.

Monday afternoon, my daughter's car died. AAA towed it to our mechanic, but he said he would not be able to look at it until Tuesday.

My daughter needed her car for her job. So Tuesday, we had to wait around for the mechanic to fix her car and when fixed, I had to drive my daughter to the garage so she could get the car for work. That meant I could not get dressed en femme until I returned home because my daughter, although very supportive, does not want to be seen locally in public with Stana.

By the time the car was ready, it was too late and we cancelled out plans to go shopping. I did not feel badly about missing the opportunity to go out en femme. The shopping trip was insignificant, but the fact that my wife agreed to go out with me en femme was very significant.

4 comments:

  1. Great news Stana. Very happy for you both. I suspect your wife will find that she has a new secret weapon.

    Looking forward to hearing how it all goes.

    Thanks for the Heidi shot today too.

    Best - Petra

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  2. Dear Stana

    I really feel sorry for you but I'm sure the opportunity will present itself again, but darn it, the opportunity WAS THERE and it went down the drain.

    My wife (I don't particullarily like SO) does not know about my CD'ing but I will often make remarks when some possibility presents itself.

    Anyway, hugs to you and "lo and behold" the day will come again and this time it will be perfect.

    Karen Marie

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  3. Wow... sorry you didn't make it out...hope it's rescheduled soon!!

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  4. that story although not the way you wanted it to go, was still triumphant. :)

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