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This has been a very powerful couple of days. Opportunities to be alone and to launch into the public arena have been taken and the resultant rush of confidence has been exhilarating.
I rose early and dressed indoors, took some photos and stepped outside dressed as femme. I was masked and therefore any makeup was insignificant but I was on my way! Head up, small steps, swing the hips, look confident. That sound of my heeled boots clicking on the road was so exhilarating. The neighbours were up but no one looked out. I stepped into my vehicle and felt the difference immediately. The seat felt “ new”. I drove away to my chosen spot. Upon arrival I calmly set about getting prepared. Suddenly a motor- home pulled up in front of me. Here’s a challenge. I was ready with directions and questions but the motor-home turned around, the driver looked at me but did not seem to notice. Now it was my turn. Out I stepped , a bit muddy underfoot but ok. Lock the vehicle and off we go. Look as if your own the place. I’m smart with black fur poncho over my new tight leggings. My boots look fab, pointed toes and 7 cm heels. Very comfy. I walked with slow deliberate steps and kept my head up to view the scene. Cars flew by under the bridge where I was “ on display”. Did they notice? A car passed me on my road , slowed and then went on. Another came by -eyes looked in my direction. Another, which stopped in front of me- I swear the driver was looking at me in the mirror. And so they should-‘what else of importance was here?! I felt good and I felt that powerful feeling of being femme and that delicious sense of achievement. My figure had not let me down, my choice of clothes was right for the weather, cold and threatening rain. I had not lost the presence to be who I wanted to be. I loved every second. Now I still need to be observant, stylish, attractive. I still need some detailed attention. Yet I had conquered that first walk and I had planned well. If you are reading this and thinking about going out for your first time- just plan it in your mind- think the way a women thinks. Be confident and just get out there and do it. There will be plenty of time for improvements. And I want each time to be better. No matter who you are it is your chance to find that woman and “take her out”. Good luck to you. I’m still smiling……: )
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