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Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Transgender Thanksgiving Mail
Received a couple interesting comments to pass along:
November 20, 2017 at 11:06 PM
Thickness can be a problem above the neck, too. :-)
The job I got with UPS has me burning more calories than I am taking in. 100 yards is a cakewalk for me these days! Plus, Seattle is very hilly, so I'm up and down lots of stairs. I don't, however, get lots of stares. ;-) I am a driver's helper, which is a grunt job, doing everything but drive the truck - all in an ugly brown uniform. I was assigned to work with a woman driver who is the same height as me (5'9"), and I think we may weigh about the same, as well. This is a far different way of blending in than I had ever considered before! It's OK though, as yesterday I got to be all prettied-up with a group of ladies at a baby shower for my daughter, and I blended right in there, too. I'm so excited, by the way, that I will have a granddaughter soon who will never know me as "Grandpa" first, as it has been for my other four grandchildren.
Lots and lots to be thankful for!!!!!
November 21, 2017 at 3:48 AM
Here in the UK we don't do thanksgiving, after all it was for getting away from us that you are being thankful! But I often remind myself how much I have to be thankful for, I live in a modern western liberal democracy, which recognizes my right to exist, offers me the protection of the law, and provides a society that not only accepts, but embraces me.
After TDOR this week this means a lot!"
Thanks to both of you! Congratulations Connie :)
Of course this week I am also grateful for my super accepting friends, family and medical professionals!
November 22, 2017
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