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    stephanie plumb
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    The world is bleak and colourless, shrouded in a thin mist that makes distant views ghostly and washed-out. A dull leaden sky casts a gloom over the common, shadowless, heavy and oppressive. The air is still and breathless with not even a hint of a breeze. And its so quiet! Apart from the drone of an occasional car or van along the lane between the fields and the woods. But even they are strangely muted. There are few folk about either – there were only 5 cars in the car park – the lockdown is  biting hard.

    The trees stand silently in serried ranks of bare sticks,  voices silent in the lifeless air – no creaking joints or finger-like twigs rattling together.  Fast asleep, deep in their winter slumber, patiently waiting for spring. Nothing stirs. The squirrels are hunkered down in their dreys, there are no birds flitting about.   All is veiled drab brown and grey,  punctuated by the occasional green stab of a Holly or Gorse bush. Nothing is happening. It is a time for introspection.

    But wait! – there is some colour. The gorse is in flower – its rich yellow flowers like pinpricks of gold in the distance.  And me of course! In my rusty-orange winter coat and bright red lips! –  and the red harness that 2poos is wearing.  Am I squelching along the muddy path, bowed down and depressed?

    Not me! This is one of the only times that Stephanie can manifest herself in the real world and she is making the most of it. She spends most of her time locked in a drab mans world, her only way of self expression is in the virtual world of CDH, and the lovely new friends she has made there. It is a world full of soundless chattering voices clamouring to be heard, eager  for news and fun and contact with other girls. I don’t know how I would cope without it.

    I decide to look inward- not at my thoughts, which are always buzzing around- but to zone in on my femininity. I want to experience my physical feminine self.  So, I check out 2poos.  She is weaving around like a demented hoover, nose to the ground, reading the news, feathered tail  held erect like a flag.

    I start at the top and work down. Glancing up I see my fringe, which is just brushing my eyebrows, and am aware of my blonde hair poking out from under my woolly hat, covering my Prince Charles’. The cheap clip-on hoop earrings are pinching my lobes. I can’t feel my lipstick but I know its there.

    And on down, and am transported to a wonderful place. My bra straps and band feel sublime against my skin as I jiggle my shoulders. Its a feeling of femininity like no other. A kind of caressing cuddle. I am aware of my breasts of course, but the bra is doing its job, the shoulder straps are not digging in, the breasts almost weightless. Jiggle and enjoy. Rinse and repeat.

    I unzip my coat to feel the chill air, reach in and cup a wonderfully full and soft yielding breast, firm and so lifelike. I’m in heaven.

    But I can’t stay there all day, so I move on down.  I glance down over the pleasing swell of my breasts under their leopard print top,  to catch a glimpse of my emerald green cord skirt, opaque hold ups and muddy black ankle boots.  A lot of our femme enjoyment is visual, so I feast my eyes.  I am looking at me as the woman I am for a change, and it’s quite exhilarating!

    Now for the icing on the cake! I feel the hem of my skirt brushing against my legs – no trouser or legging can give this lovely sensation. And sensational it is! For me it is an iconic femme feeling. It’s better against bare legs of course, but hey! its winter and only two degrees centigrade this morning. But the real peak of feminine sensation is that cool air feeling ‘twixt holdup and panties, even when there is no breeze to enhance it.  I’m in femme heaven!  And I am sucking every moment of delight out of it.

    I jog- just a little- and am rewarded by my boobs bouncing sensationally in their wireless soft bra (which is why I am wearing it). There is nothing quite like bouncing boobs, is there? 2poos runs to keep up. I could do this all day. But the far woods are closing in.

    I’ve reached the end of the common now. It’s time to cross over to the silent woods, so I crouch down, knees modestly together, skirt hem stretched pleasingly against 40denier hosiery  – oh how I love this! – to clip on 2poos lead. She’s seen the trees and is eager to go squirrely hunting. She will have no success this damp, cold, gloomy morning but she is such an optimist nothing will deter her from looking.  We are both having fun in our different ways.

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      Alice Underwire
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      Krista,

      So sorry to hear of your loss.

      Alice

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      Hi Stephanie, I very much like your writing. Lovely story.  Give 2poos a hug!  My Paige passed away on Saturday so your story choked me up a bit.  And Paige would have loved going for a walk today.  We are having spring-like weather (only -1 C) with bright sunshine and big blue sky.  Though the weather forecasters are calling for -20 for next weekend.  I get to enjoy the feeling of the hem of my skirt against bare legs every morning – in the house where it is warmer.  All the Very Best, stay healthy, stay safe, Hugs, Krista.

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        stephanie plumb
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        Oh! that’s terrible news.   So sorry Krista. You must be devastated.

        Hugs, Steph 💔

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        Cindy Lou
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        So sorry Krista, my condolences.

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        How very sad….big huggs darling ❤️❤️❤️

        Grace xxx

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      Heather Jameson
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      If I come home for a visit can I borrow 2poos please,I hunt squirrels, good eating.

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        stephanie plumb
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        2poos tries very hard but has been unsuccessful (so far.)  A few near misses and a few tail hairs.  She might get you a few rabbits or pigeons though.  I am waiting to try squirrel myself.  Getting it off her might prove problematic – she will want to eat it herself.

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          Heather Jameson
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          I just need her to tree them, I’ll shoot them

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            stephanie plumb
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            Now that she does extremely well…. and will keep them there until you get in position.

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        Heather….yikes!!!….shame!!!

        Save Our Squirrels!!!….

        do they taste of …nut stuffing???….I much prefer beef or lamb….

        mind you, if you are shooting cows or sheep out of trees, make sure you wear a hard hat!!!!

        looking up warily, grace xx

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          Heather Jameson
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          Hey Grace I’m a good hunter and I follow all the rules, the game wardens are very strict in Canada. Actually squirrel is very tasty a little bit of a nutty taste to it, you only eat their back legs. I usually do them on the BBQ on the rotisserie but have done them like chicken wing style a few times too. Fed a bunch to friends at a Super Bowl party one year, should have seen there faces when I told them, ah no there not chicken wings. I had a mix of squirrel legs and frog’s legs. They actually went down really well after everyone got over the initial shock.

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            Eeeeek!!!…. squirrels…..on crutches!!!

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            Heather Jameson
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            LMAO Grace, mental image, little squirrels in wheel chairs picketing my house with placards, we want our legs back.

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      You can certainly paint a picture Stephanie, thanks for taking us along with you on your walk with 2poos.

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      Bridgette VonSmirff
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      Beautifully written. The first paragraph of two looked in my mind like a scene out of an old Sherlock Holmes movie, black and white, and grey all over. The rest was a wonderful impression of joy in the moment.

      Bridgette vS

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      Amanda Burton
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      Thank goodness it’s not just me!!!…sometimes I actually get off the train before I got on it….

      It’s when you sit there and watch your friends waving from the windows of train pulling out next to you that you suddenly realise your not going to the same place as them, just yet.

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        I remember once one of our friends fell asleep on the last train out of London. We all got off and left him sleeping! He had to spend the rest of the night at Bedford station.

        There was another time when we were returning home from Eurodisney on the train. There was this drunk French slob who took off his shoes and fell asleep.  His feet stunk so bad the whole carriage was holding its nose.  At  Calais station we got our own back by not waking him up, and he woke up in Ashford!

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          bon voyage steenky lafite !!!!

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      Angela Booth
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      Beautifully put Stephanie. 

      While most women are in leggings and jeans this time of year, a skirt is something to realise the femininity of clothes. That soft touch on the legs, the breeze to remind us of the season and a careful eye out for squirrels that may nibble nuts…….

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      Stephanie Bass
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      Hi Stephanie thank you for this scene in my mind as you suyre know how to make a bleak day almost compleatly turn around.. as i live in NE Montana this time of year gets kind of cold  icy and snowee and flat with not much for trees to walk in so thank you very much for a pleasent reprieve from my cold  area in my heart to a warm one from yours ..

      💋💋💞🌹🌹🌹 Stephanie Bass

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      PY Marshall
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      Hi Stephanie, nice to see Countryfile back! i have missed it over the festive period. But it is not just about Countryfile ,it’s also about Stephanie! the little while where you are free to be you .Thankyou for a enjoyable read, oh and  by the way! you have put such a strain on a new lipstick i was given from Santa. It’s a Maybelline very cherry and i have a smile to match a Cheshire cats. The thought of 2poos Dyson, hoovering up squirrels has set me up for the day. Stay safe. Pyxx.

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        Is recycling squirrels actually classed as ” green”?

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          Amanda Burton
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          Squirrels should be protected, because of their nutty ways, new trees sprout from the larders they have forgotten about.

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            so basically….no squirrels no trees…no trees, nothing for 2 poo’s to pee against… she’s shooting herself in the…paw!!

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            stephanie plumb
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            Grace dahling…  2poos is a girl dog. Like you, she squats to pee.   Well, mostly.  She does sometimes cock a leg to pee on something of interest or as a territorial marker.

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            Amanda Burton
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            “Not a lot of people know that”!

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            Steph Dahling…..I know simply oodles of girls who stand up to pee!!!!

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            Amanda Burton
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            Wow 2poos can do that, amazing.

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            stephanie plumb
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            Really?   How on earth can you pee through a “wizards sleeve” whilst standing?

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            Amanda Burton
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            That’s right Grace 2poos, will just end up pis***g in the wind.

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          PY Marshall
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          I think that may be a Grey area, Grace.

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            Too dry Mrs martini…haha

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          Stephanie Bass
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          Yes Grace as long as they are recycling go back on the green grass..He he

          Stephanie Bass

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        Amanda Burton
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        Santa got it wrong PY, should have been balaclava black, Cherry red going to stand out on the next ram raid.

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          PY Marshall
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          Amanda, my brother and his wife sent 2 balaclavas over from Ireland for us in 2019. My wife’s fitted her perfectly ,but when i tried mine on ,the hole was at the back. So i pinched my wife’s for the trolley dash, but in my defence, i have been helping her to look for it and hopefully i will get the lippy of Ebay, and be ready Pyxx.

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            Amanda Burton
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            Well make sure it’s not gloss lippy, shows up in the moon light, tell your sister in law, she is knitting back to front.

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            That happens when you knit on a train sitting with your back to the engine….

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            Amanda Burton
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            Ah that explains when I am on a train, why I read the paper from the sports pages first. I am sitting the wrong facing the wrong way.

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            Thank goodness it’s not just me!!!…sometimes I actually get off the train before I got on it….

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            Py

            If you wear the one with the hole at the back….it could be the shortest getaway in history…..

            reminds me of the two guys who tried to rob a bank but instead of stockings over their heads, they shared a pair of tights and got stuck in the door on the way out…..

            smiles, grace xx

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            Amanda Burton
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            Well that’s what you call a real tights squeeze Grace. That reminds me of a robber who put a pair of opaque stockings over his head and fell asleep because it was dark.

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        stephanie plumb
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        Well, there’s a coincidence.  Guess what shade of lipstick I was wearing?  You got it!

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      Amanda Burton
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      That was beautiful Stephanie, really well written, and I could feel myself walking along  with you and 2poos enjoying the walk. True this time of year can throw up some bleak days, the sleeping season a great time to reflect on things as you walk. Sometimes it’s just fabulous to have that time away by yourself from the world of technology and speed that we race around in it today. Compound this with joy of being unfemme too, then not such a drab day at all gorgeous. ❤️

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      Lovely story Steph….

      That little gap between new year’s and spring is really drab and bleak, with nature virtually closed down…but you have made it brighter…and may I say…risque!!!..

      but as the N.C. is closed….you have nothing to fear honey…

      Thanks again…for a few minutes I was actually…walking in those woods with you….( nice skirt!!!)

      group less grace xx

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      “The Assyrian came down like the wolf on the fold,
      And his cohorts were gleaming in purple and gold;
      And the sheen of their spears was like stars on the sea,
      When the blue wave rolls nightly on deep Galilee.

      Like the leaves of the forest when Summer is green,
      That host with their banners at sunset were seen:
      Like the leaves of the forest when Autumn hath blown,
      That host on the morrow lay withered and strown.”

      Oh, thank you to Lord Byron (and to his daughter, Lady Ada Lovelace the first programmer)

      Those few lines have struck a chord in me, Stephanie… living in Dorset for a wee while so thank you for the memories!

      XXX Polly

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