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I finally attended the Keystone conference this year after being delayed two years by a virus. My spouse and I attended for four days and met many new friends. We both also had the opportunity to attend many seminars and interact with many people.
What an event. I highly recommend going to all transgenders, cross dressers, and SOs.
When I returned home, I was moved to write about my reactions. This is on part of a long (epic?) poem or story. Not sure which.
Back at room, same routine
Corset, strapless bra, stockings, garters, heels
Makeup, Twenty minutes again but getting better
On goes the gown, black satin strapless a-line
Pink borders, attached crinoline, lace up back
Pink bolo jacket, black velvet clutch.
Delayed two years by a virus
Pray it still fits, bought two years ago, fitted two years ago
Been waiting Sixty Years for this day
Ready for my debut
Cocktail hour before dinner, Say hi to new friends
Seated for dinner, dancing, conversation, smiles, more new friends
A sea of friends all around
I fit in
No longer an outcast
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