Mayan prophecies say that the world is going to end tomorrow, December 21, 2012.
Others say that this is actually a time of spiritual shift.
If I had my way, this would be the beginning of an era where ALL the different variations of gender and beauty are celebrated.
Regardless of what happens (or not) tomorrow, why not use it as an opportunity to usher in a “new world” for yourself and get clear on your intentions for the new year – particularly for your fab femme self?
First, is there something you need to LET GO of from the “old world” on December 21?
Perhaps fear, shame, or even something as mundane as an outdated hairstyle?
Second, what do you want to CREATE in the “new world” in 2013 and beyond?
Maybe you’ll decide to show off more of your gender-bending beauty, master your femme moves, or rock a new hairstyle in 2013?
Change is in the air, girlfriend, and now is the time to decide what you want to create in YOUR world.
So what’s it going to be?
As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
P.S. In the off chance that the world really IS ending tomorrow, I suggest you wear lipstick and nice underwear … just in case. ;-))
Lucille Sorella, your posts make me do things that will get me in a lot of trouble with my job. But I could care less. I am who I am, and the military can kiss my cute little butt!! The military believes being TG is a mental illness. Really? An illness? The ONLY reason I haven’t gotten myself kicked out yet is because is I get out on good terms the VA will pay for all my theropy, doctor visits, hormones and anything else I’ll need. Except the surgeries. So until my 2 years are up ill continue to build my wardrobe, accessory, and make up collection. And anything else I’m forgetting. I have to admit though I do have to slow down on my readings. My supervisor( who knows my secret) keeps yellin at me cause she catches me walking like a girl every now and then. Oops =)
Don’t kid yourself Nicole! There’s not a guy in the military who doesn’t notice (and enjoy) a cute little wiggle in a cute little feminine butt. In fact, I wish I knew 40 years ago when I was in the military how my life would be changing 35 years later.
nicole you are so cute hun,but what we truly are is not caused by some so called mental ill ness.and we both know that.like you i served in the military. and we both know how ingnorant and extremely narrow minded it can be. but stay strong and true to your self .
2013 will be the year of becomming Elizabeth. I hope to start hormones soon and hope to be able after 1/1/13 to be living as a women. I hope to be ble to hve srs during 2014. anyone want to help pay for the surgery
Personally, if tomorrow is the last day, it really won’t matter much! I can’t do anything about it, so why not live life as if it won’t be and if it does happen, it happens.
Lucille(and anybody else reading this),
After having been technically homeless for 2 1/2 years and learning, during that time, how BAD the state of Texas is towards homeless, unemployed, elderly, and crossdressers, not just 2013, but the rest of my life, is dedicated to FORCING this state to change. Won’t go into all the details here, but this (being technically homeless), was the thanks I got for being a good, average citizen in this state for 50 years. If it happened to me, IT CAN HAPPEN TO YOU. Hope anyone who works for the state of Texas sees this. Hope it is posted throughout the internet.
Best wishes to everyone in 2013.
First of all I want to say that I absolutely love this website! I’ve been following it ever since I came across it a few months back and have it bookmarked for easy access. Thank you so much for all your advice that you post.
As a 22 year old transwoman, coming to this site for advice helps me out a lot! I have just begun transition (getting my second hormone blocker injection tomorrow!), and this last post you have put up has come just in time! I really like what you say about the 21st of December being a day for a new world. Since I’m getting my injection tomorrow (the 21st) It is my way of becoming the new me, in a new year and a better life ahead. I don’t believe the world will end tomorrow, I believe it will bring good things and that 2013 will be a very big year for change!
Again, thank you for everything you do, it is really appreciated and i look forward to whatever you post next!
Loves of love from Ireland,
Rachel Rose xxxx
The photo you see is a very young version of me; sorry I just don’t hang around to be photographed today. I am a little heavier but almost in just the right places. My hips are a little wider than you see there and my own breast are a little bit larger. My greatest wish has been to live totally as a woman. I don’t want to appear as a man who looks like a woman I want the package but unfortunately money has always been the issue. At the moment I’m wearing a shirt and a short jean skirt and I look a little like my mother, I said a little;-]. I am not content but happy because I get to me even when I don’t look like me. My breast always show through my cloths, you can’t really hide them and people at times call me mam regardless of what I wear. If it all ended tomorrow I would be sorry that I did not be made love to as a woman, did not get to walk down the street feeling my swaying skirt touching my legs and feel confident that the man looking at me could be challenged right back with confidence. Women, real women, seem hardened to the effect they create on men and mostly think nothing of it. That’s because if they chose to they could love or be loved without fear of being discovered as something different. Like Pinocchio I would like to be real once before it all goes away.
well interesting today crossing the street I saw someone looked homeless carrying a sign thought it was going to say homeless anything helps instead it said world ends tomorrow mayan prophey hmm isnt it every year some group is saying such ?? anyways a new year soon for me hopefully training voice to sound femine yippee!!
I sure would like to HUG YOU , LUCILLE SORELLA!!!
Aww, hugs to you, Lori! 🙂