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What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived.
It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.
- Nelson Mandela

Thursday, May 16, 2013


I knew winter was apon us, when the nights get so cold, you want to stay in bed cuddled in to the wife all day long.
Today however I still had to be away at 8am to take one of the girls to school.
By 9.30 I was changed in to black cami top and felt leggings expecting a normal cool day and hitting the shops checking out clothes, even went so far as to a plastics factory to try and buy a 3mm sheet from their scrap bin for a project.
By 11am they day was so hot, I was melting, or rather my foundation was sweating off, so I decided on the coolest dress I have and to refresh myself (tea & scone) at the Auckland Botanic Gardens. While its been about 10 days since I last shaved my legs, and the hairs have gone past the stubble stage, I'm not actually expecting anyone to get close enough to notice, besides, I make my own rules.

I think it must have been grandma & grandpa day at the gardens, and had I walking footwear, I might have gone for a stomp around as well.

Later, I visited a library to upload some photos to crossdressers.com. Had a brief chat to a couple of teen girls who were sitting across from me, in such a short dress I had to clamp my legs shut tight otherwise my undies would have be on display.
One of the girls were planning a scheme where she could possibly get more money off the government for being a lazy little Sh.t.
Me, I'm preying they tell her to get lost.


Tia C.D. said...

Sounds like a fantastic little adventure day...
Whats your username on the other forum?

Rachel said...


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