My Personal Pinkout (page 2 of
I was confident I could sneak out of the house, I just couldn't take the
chance of opening the garage door and getting back in fully en femme, so
I needed to take a set of guy clothes, a hat, and then some makeup
remover wipes so I could de-girl somewhere before coming back home. As I
was gathering up a set of drab things to wear on the way home, I heard
new sounds coming downstairs from the kitchen. Now wearing my pink top
and skinny jeans, I repeated my routine of quietly opening the bedroom
door and sneaking to the top of the stairs, and once there, I could hear
one of the kids fixing something in the kitchen. They were using both
the microwave oven and the stove, and it sounded like quite the
production, and there was no way that I was going to be able to sneak
out of the house.
I could have tried the front door, but my purse and wallet and keys and
everything was right there to the side of the kitchen, so I suppose I
could have snuck out the front door and pranced around the yard, but
that would have been the extent of my outing. Darn it. I was really
excited to try and squeeze in one more outing, but it just wasn't meant
to be. I was stuck. I still had the sanctity of my bedroom, and I was
still dressed super cute, and so I decided to change into a pair of high
heels and model them with my outfit. I was amazed at how good the heels
looked with my outfit, and it reinforced the notion that I really need
to get over my height issue and go out into public wearing high heels. I
know that I can do it, and so I will make that a goal for 2017.
Well, I'm sad to say that this is a wrap on my extended fall girl time.
I wish it could have ended with one more outing, but I look to the
future with nothing but great optimism. Gaining a voice has been my
biggest achievement in the last six or seven years, and I will continue
to add to my wardrobe with savvy shopping. Normally, I 'm usually
feeling the blues on this day, but for whatever reason, I feel so good
and optimistic regarding my future, and who knows what it will bring?
Stay PINK everyone!