Top - Bobeau
Jeans - 7 For All Mankind
Boots - Nine West
I love boots. But I am very picky about what I pair them with. I really don't like boots with skirts or dresses. Well, sorry, I only like that look occasionally. I am quite picky! Okay, whatever... What I do like is boots with skinny jeans! So, maybe you could tell that I really like this look.
I especially like these particular boots. They have a very small rounded toe box and they make my feet look all small and cute! What is it about small feet looking cute? Sorry folks. I know that must make several of you quite annoyed. (I seem to have a habit of doing that!) Ooops! I am not saying that only small feet are cute, just that in our culture smallish feet are thought of as cute. I know my wife has often been annoyed by her shoe size and has always thought of her feet as being too big. But to me, I love her feet.
Anyways... Today Jules and I did our usual, shopping at Costco and Trader Joe's. It was a very uneventful trip, which was nice.
My big news of the day? It has nothing to do with cross dressing... but I got a reservation to my favorite duck hunting spot of all time! And it will be on the first day of the season that they are open! I know, to many of you, you really could care less. But it is tantamount to hitting the ducky lottery! I am so frickin excited, I am almost squealing with joy. Okay so that last bit maybe a little over the gender lines huh? I am quite the mix of gender tendencies.
Speaking of mixing things up, Jules left on Sunday to go shopping and I was throwing oak logs into the back of my pickup. I finished that job, sprayed RoundUp around the yard, hopped in the shower and got changed into something cute and fem. I was standing there waiting for Jules to return and thought, hmm.... maybe I should text her. I did. She was thrilled. It was just a funny day!
Oh and thank you to all of you with your heartfelt caring about Jules and I and her depression. Just an FYI to you all. I kind of wish her depression did have something to do with my dressing, at least that would be easier to wrap my head around. Her depression though is something that began under a dysfunctional family that taught her to keep it all inside and put a big smile on her face. It has caused her years of internal struggle and strife and guilt and shame and generally feeling like crap. But she is attempting to figure our constructive ways of combating it. It is just a super long term process.
Wear some boots! :)