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Perhaps fear, shame, or even something as mundane as an outdated hairstyle?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. ;-))
Thank you Lucille for the insight. I absolutely just love reading your blogs. There aren’t too many women out there that care about or want to help us t-girls/crossdressers. Thank you again, and Happy Sexy Holidays to you!!!!!!!
Much love and light
But it’s not 12-22-12 yet LOL. All will be fine,I’ll do as I always have just try be happy make the best of what i can.
Happy Holidays everyone.
I am one of your customers.
Do not believe in all this stuff about the Mayan Calendar Long count or others predicting the end of the world.
The Mayan people and their Elders that still exist today are fuming about all this, it is making them look stupid and have quite clearly stated that no matter what anyone else says, none of their prophecies or calendars predict the end of the world.
Thought you should Know.
All the very best.
Your post is wonderfully witty.
It’s Friday, the 21st, and I’m still here…I guess I and maybe all the other Tgirls have been left behind!!!
We’ll make a better world!!!
Dear Lucille I hope you read this ever since i was a kid back in my younger days ive was always been told that I look like my Mother and that i sound like my mother when i 12 years old I would wear my cousins bra & panties and i wear one of her dresses she said that i look like a real girl than i did as a boy and ever since ive been cross dressing in the closet but when i use to live in Surfside beach i would go out dressed to a crossdressers night club and meet other crossdressers and have some fun but after my father died i had to move back home to Sumter and had to take care of her and i havent had no chance to go out dressed like i ues to do but when mom is away for a few hours i would dress in the closet until she gets home your friend Rock Bass
I would encourage you to be open with your mother, you may be suprised that she’ll be accepting about it and even help with going clothes shopping. If she does not decide to accept you however, still remain true to yourself and realize that she’s just missing out on knowing a daughter she never knew she had. My grandmother (who raised me more than my own mother) accepted me and I know she wants to have a girl’s day out with shopping and everything, my brother denies that I’m trans and says i’m just into men. And my own mother doesn’t even contact me, so the are a LOT of different responses that you can get.
Carpe Diem, seize the day. There’s too much to life to allow fear and uncertainty to have a foothold.
Ithink this was an excellent idea to give us time to reflect. Thank you so much for that and all you do for our community.
Yesterday I received that I did not know and had never talked. He asked me out on a date! He told me he got my name and number from a friend. I do not hide my identity. I have only recently accepted myself for who I am as a person so I am not yet passable as a woman. But this guy who called meant to belittle me with something he said which included the word “queer. Little did he know he had just given me a compliment. It lets me know someone has been thinking of me as a woman. Not the person who called but whoever he got my name and number from. Wonder how he would feel if he knew how much more confidence he gave me?
Thank you Lucille!
I found a Doc at a good price to give me a pair of my own girlfriends I went for the new type Gummy Bears what a great way to start this new kind of year Do you like Lucille ?? Could of, should of,… went Bigger ??? Merry New Year to All,,,,,Randi
just been read and laughed at out in the park
not the end of the world !!! but dents a girls confidence
I think it was my build and nose that gave me away
on a brighter note i passed a woman who said good morning 🙂
i said morning back not got a passable voice either (tried my best) but not to reply wouldve been rude.