I Am Trangendered And It Was The Best Thing I Have Ever Done

At the age of 35 I knew full well I had spent half my 3 score and 10 the wrong gender put on my frock and never looked back.
I took another 7 years until I got the op at Charing Cross Hospital, Waking up in the recovery room was without doubt the happiest day of my life (I like to think, so far but it would be incredibly difficult to beat).
My Dad did find it difficult to cope with I think mostly because we seldom ever saw much of each other he did accept me when he realised I am still exactly the same person as I ever was just much happier as a woman.
I'm still rubbish at relationships, worse at keeping a job and 1001 imperfections but I would not change it for anything in the world.

I LOVE being a girl!
waddlergirl waddlergirl
51-55, T
1 Response May 8, 2012

There is a light at the end of the tunnel, and it is not a train heading towards you. Hugs<br />
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