Saturday, June 30, 2012

Girl Talk

After I ate lunch at work on Friday, I went to the kitchen to get a fresh cup of coffee and I found my best female friend preparing a salad for her lunch.

Two years ago, my friend and I had planned a girls' night out, but she cancelled on me at the last minute. I was very disappointed and I was kind of cool towards her for a couple of weeks. I don't know if she noticed, but after the frigid weather, things returned to normal between us more or less. Less because I stopped sharing all my transgender adventures with her as I had in the past.

I had my iPod Touch in hand when I walked into the kitchen, so I decided I would test the waters. I told her I wanted to show her a recent photo and she seemed very interested.

I showed her the photo I had taken before attending my law school reunion. She thought I looked "stunning" and she asked me to e-mail her the photo, which I  proceeded to do.   

We repaired to her office and indulged in about 10 minutes of girl talk until she had to take a business-related phone call.

I told her all about my reunion. Then we got on the subject of aging and she was shocked when I revealed my age to her. She thought I looked younger than my age and I mentioned how I use moisturizer and eye cream. That led to talking about selling Avon.

Then she asked me if I could have one wish granted to me, would I wish to live as a woman the rest of my life? Absolutely, I told her and I added that I would live 24/7 as a woman now if I could.

Then the phone rang.

I am glad that I tested the waters with her and that she was happy to talk to me woman-to-woman.


  1. The last sentence got me to thinking back when I was caught by an older sister when I was in my early twenties. I was left alone in the house as our parents had went on a vacation and they asked her to come by and check on me even though I had a full time employment. She came by and found me completely dressed as a woman; she asked if I wanted to talk about it. I said I wanted to have a woman to woman talk and she said we can never have a woman to woman talk and I said a woman to whatever then.
    I am now divorced for over twenty years and still live about one hundred miles from my two sisters because they will never understand or accept why I prefer to dress as a woman.

  2. I'm glad to hear your situation worked out well, Stana, you're very fortunate.

  3. Hon, what a LOVELY photo... and I'm so happy you two had some fun "girl talk"