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    Wendie Cross
    Registered On: March 5, 2021
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    Sitting in your highchair, pushing little dry cereal rings around on the tray, I’m sure that you and probably nobody else at that age thought about what a lifetime was. Even when the years started to slip by thinking about a lifetime was not a priority. Most of us cruise through life and don’t realize that we are living a lifetime. At some point the phrase “Once in a Lifetime” was given some thought. Maybe it was a choice. Maybe it was a meeting. Maybe it was a dream. Maybe your once in a lifetime hasn’t happen yet. The thing we fear the most is what we might become. A little fear just might be the catalyst we need to grab a once in a lifetime moment. Maybe during this roller coaster journey that we are on the once in a lifetime has presented itself multiple times. Is once in a lifetime always a good thing? Mine was. My once in a lifetime came when I joined “Crossdresser Heaven”. The friends that I have made here have become some of the most important people in my life. The feeling that I get of being accepted and understood is priceless. Thank you Vanessa. What you started as a blog has turned into a “Once in a Lifetime”.

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      Kim Dahlenbergen
      Registered On: November 18, 2019
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      Thank you for the great insights.   I suspect that we have many once in a lifetime moments.   Some we pursue impulsively, others we may reject after a risk assessment.  But each choice made and action taken, or passed up is itself a point of departure for whatever fate has in store for us.



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      Alison Anderson
      Registered On: October 15, 2018
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      My “Once in a lifetime” moment was when I went for a makeover at a nearby transformation place. I wanted to be able to go out in public in a skirt once in my lifetime. I had a perfect storm (although not necessarily once in a lifetime) when there was a single day where my 3 children (ages 16-21) were away. My spouse was always working as a nurse during the graveyard shirt, so slept the whole day until just before she left for work.

      The problem with the “once in a lifetime moment” is that instead of being a once in a lifetime moment, it was a turning point for my life. I’ve had makeovers since, I’ve gone out plenty of times dressed in women’s clothing since, to the point of being comfortable. My “once in a lifetime” is the reason I’m out (here and in public) today.

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      Stephanie Bass
      Registered On: November 30, 2019
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      Such a true statement Wendie as same here when I joined i didn’t really know how lonely it was being a girl in our harsh manly world.. My wife as the super supportive woman she is has been so much help and says that Her Husband/Girlfriend has such a better look on life since she met Stephanie and allowed her to join our family 40 + years ago and she is not Jellous of the many girlfriends They both have here in CDH ..

      Stephanie Bass

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      Barbie Goldwin
      Registered On: March 15, 2023
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      The problem with once in a lifetime is that it happens when you least expect it.

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