Tuesday), I wore my white sandals, white capris and a black sleeveless top when I went to visit Mom. And on the way in, one of the staffers (female) commented: "Look at you, sweetie, rocking those cute capris - I have a couple pairs just like them...so I'll start wearing them here, and we can look like twins! Oh, by the way, I like your sandals too. They're great with your capris!" I told her I'd wear some "white capris again Thursday - maybe with a dark blue blouse, so if we happen to meet up here in the hall dressed alike, let's just have some fun - and parade down the hall for everyone, arm in arm, as twins!" Her response - "I love that idea...if we can make it happen."
On the way home, I stopped at the hardware store and as usual, got great service...as a woman. It's as wonderful to get attentive, quality service as it is to be dressed in feminine attire in order to get it.
Things like this are happening more often, and I'm lovin' it. However, there is a note of caution in the air... As my own femininity increases, I'm noticing a subtle increase in my wife's femininity as well. Her blouses have more feminine patterns, and jeans have fallen out of favor. Now she wears the leggings with an attached skirt, or skorts themselves - particularly the ones which look like a skirt all the way around. It's not a problem for me...I prefer to see skirts on women, even if they're really skorts. But I wonder if this is a sign of trouble to come. Will this become an issue down the road? Don't know.
But I'm still planning my out of town visits for later this summer, and I definitely will get some skirt time. Plus, I'm looking forward to the solo trip to LA early next year. That will be good for even more skirt time - if I can carry enough skirts and tops!
Sorry - no pictures this time!