I am transgender. That will always be a core part of who I am. Transition is the part of me that some day, I will be able to let go. There will be a day, I hope, that I can say, “I am me. I am no longer in transition. I am just me.” Of… Continue reading I am. I can let go.
Hi. I’m T, and I’m visibly invisible. I am an openly gay, transgender woman living in a rural mountain town. Many consider this town overly conservative and religious – I’ve called it home since I was 5. That makes me about as visible as one can get. I am an openly gay, transgender woman living… Continue reading Visibly Invisible.
Tomorrow. Part one happens tomorrow.
I tried blonde. Now I’m going to try something different. I’m excited. If it turns out – amazeballs. If it doesn’t? I can try something else.
It’s good. If I didn’t have down times I wouldn’t be human.
I’m sitting here in my comfy chair, listening to music, typing on my laptop and I am content.
The app finally gendered me correctly. 😂
That is all.
I haven’t written in a while. There’s a reason. Guilt. I’ve had a post about transition and divorce running circles in my head for some time. You’ll have to wait longer for that one. Thoughts are still a mess on exactly what and how I want to talk about it.
Apparently, it starts today.
I knew HRT was already making small physical changes. After this morning, I’m pretty confident upping my t-blocker dose was a good next step. It’s clearly working on the emotional changes.
Star Trek Discovery made me cry sad tears at the mid season ending and happy tears at the season three finale. But that was emotional investment from the beginning and throughout each episode.
I watched a thirty-second TikTok. It ended. The tears flowed. That fast. That easy.
An inspirational TikTok has be bawling. Feeling emotions, and expressing them? This feels amazing.
#HappyToBeMe #Transgender #LiveAuthentic
Oh. My. Goodness.
I have insurance. It’s pretty decent especially considering where I live. But I wasn’t quite ready for the bill. Sure, I knew I needed the blood test. We had to see where my hormone levels were to help plan the next phase of HRT.