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Sunday, August 21, 2005

Pork stew for the week!

I made 8 of these. I slow cooked in a crock pot a big pork roast with fresh tomatoes onion and celery. The boiled potatoes, broccoli and corn, were added later to these containers. Then 7 into the freezer and one in the refrigerator to take to work tomorrow.

I only used half of the roast here, I will make BBQ out of the rest. Mmmm!

The Southeren Comfort in Atlanta - Sept. 21 to 25

Current mood: excited

I am all signed up to go to The Southeren Comfort in Atlanta.

It will be my first! and I am nervous and excited! I do not have the clothes for such a thing.

If any of you are going write me and lets talk about it.

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Compulsive Hoarding

Some how this is me. Ouch! Saw it on Oprah, too.

Compulsive hoarding is a complex psychological disorder that can significantly disrupt a person's life. Hoarding occurs when a person acquires and saves possessions that have either little or no value (or have some perceived value), and the person then has great difficulty in discarding their possessions. This usually results in clutter.

Hoarding behavior can often lead to other problems. Often associated with OCD, OCPD and depression, hoarding can affect people's lives across all levels of functioning, It is common for hoarders to have interpersonal difficulties, family tension, poor self-esteem, poor social skills, weak decision-making skills, occupational issues, and even legal issues. In addition, there are physical risks, such as falls and fires within the home environment.

The following are some common characteristics within compulsive hoarding:

  1. Saving or collecting continues beyond what is needed or of use.

  2. Avoiding throwing possessions away, or experience high levels of anxiety when discarding items.

  3. Having significant clutter at home, often to the point where pathways need to be made to walk around.

  4. Functional spaces are lost due to clutter. For example, can not sit on chairs or use tabletops because possessions occupy those areas. Socializing is curtailed or eliminated.

  5. Value of uniqueness is attached to items that others do not find valuable, such as papers, containers and food items.

  6. Strong emotional connections are formed to the extent that and individual feels a sense of safety or comfort.

  7. Feeling suspicious of other people touching possessions (or throwing them away).

  8. Feeling overwhelmed and/or embarrassed by possessions.

  9. Others perceive belongings as bothersome and/or dangerous.

Although excessive savings and collecting may become overwhelming, appropriate interventions are available. At the Bio-Behavioral Institute, our treatment plan for hoarding is based on many years of experience and research. The approach is cognitive-behavioral in nature in which patients are taught to develop an organizational plan. The patient and therapist work jointly on such skills as sorting items, applying decision making strategies and utilizing cognitive techniques to deal with attachment and emotional connections to one’s belongings. Likewise, patient and therapist focus on reducing the acquisition of new possessions. When appropriate, psychopharmacological interventions are also introduced to address symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Treatment Alternatives In Gender Identity Disorder

Interesting stuff.

I wrote the following to her:

Dear Chriss,

I love what you wrote about alternate treatments for GID.

I have thought about how GID was simmar to OCD. We certianly are obsessed! I took Prozac for a while after my divorce to try to get more motivated. It did not help. I was not looking at my how it effected my need to crossdress.

I saw a woman on Oprah that had "OCD with hording." She saved everything and lived in total chaos. It looked just like me! LOL

Combining all that with my GID, and I am a mess. At least I have a good job.

I want to reread your TS section. I am afraid I read it a bit too fast.
Thanks for writing this!



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Tuesday, August 16, 2005


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On Being Bren


By Bren

Brenda B <> wrote:
Date: Fri, 9 Jul 2004 10:35:04 -0700 (PDT)
From: Brenda B <>

True stories of "bad" days that happened to me:
When you remember to bring your key when you go out to the dumpster with the trash and then throw the key in the dumpster along with the trashbag.

When you get dressed enfemme to go out for the first time with your friend to a bar and you tell her to leave quietly because you don't want to attract attention from your neighbors, and you only take your car key and house key because you have a small purse, but you forget that you set your car alarm with the fob so when you turned the key to open the car without turning it off with the fob, the car alarm goes off and you have to go back to the house with the alarm alerting all your neighbors to watch you as you go back to the apartment to get it and back to the car to turn it off. My friend laughed for 20 minutes at me for that one.
When your wife finds a tag in a bag at Christmas time for a bra that's not her size and she confronts you with it, thinking you're having an affair and you tell her it's yours, and she still thinks you're having an affair but you just came up with a really lame lie to cover up for it.

When you go into the bathroom after making love to brush your teeth, and a leave the light off so you don't disturb your mate, and mistakenly put KY jelly on your toothbrush. wrote:

You wake up face down on the pavement.

You put your bra on backwards and it fits better.

You call Suicide Prevention and they put you on hold.

You see a '60 Minutes' news team waiting in your office.

Your birthday cake collapses from the weight of the candles.

You want to put the clothes on you wore home from the party
but find there aren't any.

Your twin brother forgot your birthday.

You turn on the news and they're showing emergency routes
from the city.

Your car horn accidentally goes off and remains stuck as you
follow a group of Hells Angels along a deserted highway.

You wake to discover your waterbed has sprung a leak and
then realize you don't have a waterbed.

Your boss tells you not to bother to take off your coat.

The bird singing outside your window is a vulture.

You call your answering service and you're told to mind your
own business.

Your blind date turns out to be your ex-wife.

Your tax refund check bounces.

You put both contact lenses in the same eye.

Your pet rock snaps at you.

Your wife says "Good Morning, Bill" and your name is George.

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Bloglines - Fwd: Top Ten Lies told to and by Trannies

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Fwd: Top Ten Lies told to and by Trannies

By Bren

Brenda B <> wrote:
Date: Fri, 9 Jul 2004 11:01:22 -0700 (PDT)
From: Brenda B <>
Subject: Top Ten Lies told to and by Trannies

Top Ten lies others tell Trannies:

1) We can overcome this together if we really love each other

2) You can beat this if you just repent and decide to be a man

3) You'll still be you, just with boobs

4) Our laws protect you against discrimination in the workplace.

5) With your bone structure and with a little surgical polishing, no one should ever be able to tell you weren't born female.

6) Your mother and I support you

7) Oh baby, you're so hot

8) I think you look really cute in that bikini

9) I think they look totally natural

10) You're kidding? You used to be a guy?

Top Ten Lies Trannies Tell Themselves:

1) Once I fully transition, my troubles will be over

2) I just need that "F" on my drivers license and then people will know that I'm female

3) Now that I've had SRS, I'm a woman and people should treat me like one.

4) It won't hurt that much

5) I'll still keep my closest friends

6) I am just the same person as I was before and NO I AM NOT MOODY OR BEING EMOTIONAL!

7. No one will ever accept me as female.

8. I think I'm just a lesbian. I don't think I'll ever date guys, even after SRS and 3 years of hormones rewire my brain.

9. I can change all my legal documents so no one will know about my past life.

10. I still won't need to ask anyone for directions.

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Bloglines - Fwd: You know you're having a bad day as a transexual when...

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Fwd: You know you're having a bad day as a transexual when...

By Bren

Brenda B <> wrote:
Date: Sat, 10 Jul 2004 22:30:52 -0700 (PDT)
From: Brenda B <>
Subject: You know you're having a bad day as a transexual when...

1) You tell your friend you're taking hormones for gender transition and your friend like Julia Louis Dreyfus on Seinfeld says, "GET OUT OF HERE!" and she slaps you with both hands on your chest on your extremely sensitive budding breasts.

2) You proudly announce you're lactating and everyone starts talking about how droopy your breasts will get.

3) You lactate at all the wrong times.

4) You go around a corner in your house quickly like you always have and catch the end of your breast on the corner of a desk, doorjam, filing cabinet, refrigerator door...fill in the blank.

5) When you go to your doctor for the first time to get hormones and they send you home to get your insurance card because you left it in your wallet that you left and home because you took your purse instead.

6) Your electrologist declares with solemnity that you have a lot of grey hairs in your beard.

7) Not even gay people want to be your roommate.

8) You get all dolled up and the guy at 7-Eleven calls you "sir."

9) You're all excited about getting your first prescription for hormones, and then you fall off your shoes in the lobby of the doctor's office as you're leaving.

10) You put on your make-up, and are strangely reminded of Gene Hackman in The Bird Cage.

11) You really have to "go," so you duck into the mens' room because there's a line for the ladies' room, only to be reported by a jealous woman who thinks you went in after her boyfriend.

12) Some 19 year old says they just started hormone therapy and asks you why you waited until you were 48 to start.

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Saturday, August 13, 2005

Any one need a Free GMail Account

Post a coment here asking for a Gmail Account and I will send an invitation to the first 50.

I will need your name and email address.

Thursday, August 04, 2005

One more time a new picture at Hot or Not

Darn, they did not like that picture!
In 24 hours I only got an 4.8. :-(

Let's hope this one gets a better score.

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Time for a new picture at Hot or Not

I am replacing this picture,

with this one. Let's see if it gets a higher score.

Post a comment and tell me if a little more cleavage will help help my score?

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Oral sex at Redbook Magazine

I found this in the August 2005 Redbook Magazine.

her most secret
sex question

I dread giving my guy oral sex because he takes too long to finish. Any tips to speed things along?

"Men can take a long time to climax if your moves aren’t consistent as they’re nearing the Big O," says certified sex educator Lou Paget, author of Hot Mamas. But by mastering one simple move, you can ensure a speedy finish. First, kneel with a pillow under your knees, or stretch out on your side, says Paget.

Then put your mouth on just the top inch and a half of him, and use your hand to cover the area below your mouth; this way your hand does most of the work. Keep alternating the speed of your mouth and hand until you feel he’s close, then apply consistent pressure and constant rapid motion until he reaches his peak.

He’ll finish sooner, and you’ll still have energy to reach your peak.


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