Monthly Archives: November 2005

A life lived in fear is a life half lived

A short while ago, when I told my good friend Mr.C about my cross-dressing, he was very reasonable, but after some thought, he told me I should be very careful about who I shared this information was. I do not … Continue reading

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Warm nights in and fun nights out

All weekend I’ve had a warm glow, partially because of the fire in the grate, but mostly because we’ve ordered logs for the first time. It felt like a really homely, countrified thing to do. The trouble was, I had … Continue reading

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Oh the weather outside is frightful…

Christmas, I love it! If it’s cold and it snows then I’ll love it twice as much. The cold weather isn’t bothering me on my cycle to the station each morning, which I guess just means I’m wrapping up well. … Continue reading

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Sometimes it’s hard to be a woman

Normally, when I’m getting ready to go out as Phil, the routine consists of finding a clean shirt and perhaps running my hands through my hair. Easy. By contrast, the process of getting ready to go out as Penny begins … Continue reading

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The difference between men and women

Scoffle ( http://scoffle.blog.co.uk ) made me laugh recently with a post in which her husband complained that women were complicated. This photo shows the scale of the problem! Enjoy!

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I promise to start giving to charity

I’m reminded of the ‘Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ when Ford Prefect describes hyperspace as “It feels like being drunk.”“What’s so bad about being drunk?” asks Arthur Dent.“Try asking a glass of water.” replies Ford. I feel drunk, but with … Continue reading

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Not rushing back to work

Hi folks, I’m suffering from the lurgy and have ducked out for the day. Was poorly all weekend, but not incapacitated with it. A fever of some sort, brains like mashed potato and temperature unstable. Urgh! I don’t know about … Continue reading

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