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    Alicen Thairms
    Registered On: July 15, 2019
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    We’re back in another covid lockdown here in the Uk, starting today. A couple of days ago my SO decided she wanted to have a shopping trip before all the non-essential shops shut. I dropped her off at the mall and headed home. A last chance to dress for at least another month – for an hour or so..

    While driving  back from dropping off my SO I decided on an outfit and thought about what I could do for my short’ish time home alone . Once home  I changed into my outfit – a red top & grey skirt with black 60D opaque tights.   A check in the mirror – my hair looked a bit flat but alright (I usually like to wash my hair before a session so it looks nice, didn’t have the opportunity).

    The weather was fine, sunny but a little cool, so I decided to go out for a walk. I put on my navy flats and put my green anorak and tan handbag ready by the back door. I had to locate my old digital camera which I use to take pics when I’m out – found the box and checked batteries were charged; I popped the camera into my handbag and put my anorak on. Out the back door, checked I looked OK by looking at my reflection in the door glass and locked the door.

    I went out the side gate and headed off across the road through part of the housing estate to our small local park where I took a snap of myself by the trees. Then through the park, across the next road by a few houses into a small wooded valley; walked along aways and back round the way I came through the little park and home – a lovely 25 minutes or so walk.

    It was so nice to get out and about dressed again.

    On getting home saved my pics on the laptop and then tidied up a few things, I had a rest for a short while before I had to get changed and leave to collect my SO.

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      Registered On: April 30, 2016
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      Well done Alicen! That sounds like a fun time. I’m in the same situation as Stephanie as I have no other way out of the house to the street than the front door. Very close neighbors on both sides and across the street. I would also have to drive somewhere for a walk. Something I have been considering doing lately. Your story has bolstered my courage to maybe give it a go soon.

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      Alicen Thairms
      Registered On: July 15, 2019
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      Hi Stephanie

      I am lucky to have a side gate I can use, which means I’m not in direct line of sight of the neighbours. I am still somewhat wary of being seen by them during the day time – hence my use of the side gate;  during the day my immediate neighbours are usually not around so thats fine – but if they are in and I want to go out en femme I wear skinny jeans and a coat or jacket.

      Initially when I went out during the day locally I would do a quick walk round the block and home; over time my confidence has grown and I walk round the local green spaces, through the housing estate – up by the shops too. Nobody seems to take any notice of me, I don’t pass I know that – but I dress to blend in.

      If I have long enough I prefer to drive en femme to a nice place for a walk, over time I’ve got used to places where there are lots of people around 🙂




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      stephanie plumb
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      Registered On: November 17, 2018
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      Alicen!   You are a girl after my own heart.  I too love country walks, though I have to drive somewhere underdressed and then change.   I have no “back way out” without being seen by the neighbours, though I would love to be able to.  You appear to have the confidence for “close encounters”,  but aren’t you concerned that a neighbour might spot you?

      It’s obvious from your pics that you are easily accepted as being female ( I don’t use the word “pass” – it’s a myth that we can.)  You inspire me to being a bit more adventurous than just walking in the woods.

      Stephanie P

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