Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Sometimes I wish I was born a girl


  1. I totally understand what you're saying. I CONSTANTLY wish I had been born a girl, so that my Dad would've had his son (my older brother) & my Mom would've had her daughter that she always wanted (she didn't tell me this to hurt me). If I could've known what/who I was back in the late 60's early 70's (I always thought I was sick in the head and would be put in an asylum), I would've gladly told her that I desperately wanted to be her daughter.....and hopefully it would come true.
    Maybe my dream will still happen someday.

  2. And by "sometimes," I assume you mean "everyday?"

  3. I second that Leeanne

  4. I wish I was born a girl

  5. I love you girls, as your so in tune within yourselves. It's refreshing as well as invigorating.

    I think the best day of my life, was when I found out sex change, was actually possible:). It tears me so, to think back to 19, when I had a surgeon, want me to be his last patient, as I refused, to to his hands shaking profusely, as well as I thought, hey I'm young, I can get someone better or possibly that the surgery will improve with time. He was a sweet person as well as had a heart of gold. To this day, I kick myself in the fanny, for not allowing that day to happen.

    Just as I know problems arise in girls, as they do in guys, but be happier facing problems, as how my body, would match my mind. I know the hormones have improved, as well as have gone down in cost.

    I think about it every moment of the day, as well as know there has to be a plan. One doesn't just throw themselves out there, without a well laid out plan. It won't work.

    It would be so nice, to look into a mirror and smile back at one's self
    Hugs to you A/all