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I was a little worried last weekend when thinking about Monday being Tina’s first day at work. I have work there for almost 16 years but it was Tina’s first day. I was having second thoughts, going back and forth. What should I wear? Did I make a bad decision coming out and deciding to go to work as Tina?
Monday came around. Some people were probably more excited than I was in anticipation. One lady had the day off work and was worried Tina would not be there the next day. The worst reaction I got was avoidance. I can live with that.
On Wednesday, I decided it was drab day as I was in the shop. Wow, did I ever feel like a slob. It is called drab for a reason.
Overall, my confidence in my decision and not making a big deal and going about my work made it more comfortable for those that worked around me.
People at work and friends see a lot happier, positive person even in the past few weeks.
I even joked with my manager and another admin person who came into my office the get a key from the closet. The admin person said were just going into the closet to get a key, so I had to say that I just came out of the closet. Humor can go incredibly right or horribly wrong. This time it worked.
Next week my son is hanging out at work in the morning waiting to go to a partime job in the area. At least one of those days, Tina will be going to work.
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