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My Friend and Sister, Heidi Phox

One of the most exciting things about exploring my female side is discovering a new dimension that I haven't experienced before. For example, the first dimension I ever experienced was borrowing my sister's underwear and socks. Next came my mother's bra, and then pantyhose, and then dressing up completely like a girl from the neck down. I vividly remember the first time I tried a wig and makeup along with the clothing, I remember my first venture outside beyond the confines of my house, and I remember the first time I ordered a meal from a drive thru dressed as a woman. Over time, however, I've noticed that new dimensions I experience aren't always physical but emotional as well. Once I began socializing with other girls online as a woman, I got to experience the emotional thrill of actually making new friends and sharing thoughts, experiences, and notes with them. And one of the best discoveries of all, emotionally, was when I would see another girl who was so pretty that it actually made me jealous because as a guy, I've never once been jealous of another guy's looks...ever.

Being jealous of someone can surely have a negative connotation, but in this case, I think that if another girl makes me jealous, that is a compliment to her because she looks so good. Well, today I want to blog about my newest friend and sister, a girl who constantly makes me "jealous". ;-) I actually knew of this girl for several years because you can't go online to social sites like Flickr and not notice her, but I had never attempted to make contact with her until recently when a mutual friend happened to mention that this girl and I were from the same city. I was like O-M-G-! when I found that out, and so I immediately reached out to her, and our friendship was quickly established.

I found out that we live less than 20 minutes apart; our children are the same ages; we both have the same philosophies on life; we both go to the same church; our wives are quite supportive; and we both like the San Diego Chargers! ;-). It's one thing to connect with girls and talk about life in general, but it's quite another when you're so close to someone geographically that you can start talking landmarks, addresses, and specific places to shop. I quickly developed a special bond with this girl, and I am so proud to call her more than just a friend but to count her as a sister as well.

We don't meet frequently because we both understand that family obligations come first, and it is difficult for girls in our position to find a time when both of us can be girls at the same time, but when the opportunity has arisen, we've been sure to make the best of it and of course take lots of pics! It is such a relief to have someone so close who has so much in common with me and is a sweetheart to boot.

Early on in our friendship, we began talking about my online blog, and it was only natural that this girl considered creating a blog of her own because not only does she have so much to tell, but she has a catalog of stunning photographs the likes of which I have yet to see anywhere else. And I am not just being nice when I say that; I'm being JEALOUS!! Hopefully the two of us can collaborate again soon in the near future, but in the meantime, you must add this girl's new blog to your bookmarks because she redefines the term stunning.



Without further adieu, I am pleased to announce to the world that I am friends and sisters with the lovely Heidi Phox!

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(if you can stand the heat ;-)



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