So now, I don't have to go back for two years and Liz will have to continue to complain about my "selective hearing."
|Two year old Trans Ohio picture with The|
Ohio State University mascot "Brutus
The biggest problem this morning was getting up early enough so I could get dressed and do my make up for an appointment which was a half hour drive away. I am getting lazy in my old age but I guess now, I know I can hear about it!
The cis woman doing the exam did comment on my hair (which is very thick) as she had to get it off my ears to put the ear plugs in for the exam. She said she wished hers was as thick and I said my daughter felt the same way. My kid has always wondered why she didn't inherit my hair and I always tell her, she got my personality. Which is a tough enough burden to carry through life! :)
Also today, I received my final confirmation for a workshop presentation at the Trans Ohio Symposium. Since it is not until the end of April, I still have quite a bit of time to refine my ideas. If "refine" is the right term to use with me!