Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Falling Off the Girl Wagon

Although I mentioned "urges" as a rationale for dressing, there is not a compulsion.

Last week, I listed pretty much all of my day-to-day girl wardrobe but over last weekend (three days) I had on either a boy or girl polo shirt with a white cotton tank underneath, white cotton panties, somewhat plain socks, jeans, "passable" sneakers.

I took a short trip with my wife and boys to visit my mother and other relatives and, as much as I love being femme, I don't know if they would.

So I didn't.

I even left my purse at home and changed back to my plain purple phone case.

I guess we all do what we have to do.

I did take comfort in the fact that if I wanted to be dressed 100% male, I'd have to go shopping to do it.

1 comment:

  1. Meg -

    No, I doubt that your family would rush to see you en-femme.... But I have a feeling that your sons might be noticing something unusual about how you dress, if they are the type that notices small details.



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