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I am still a woman - no boy here

I am still a woman -
Well everything that makes you a woman is still here. Missing lots of body parts to a war that I won is scarey but ok now. In the beginning of this second journey, loosing body parts was pretty scarey. Gee not only that but I may loose my life. Well that's really scarey.
I said to my great friend Zu, I bet my boobs come back before my hair... yep that's the thing.
Loosing hair for a woman is really scarey. Men look unreal with bald heads, don't get me wrong woman look amazing too but I just wasn't comforted by the thought of having no hair. Wigs I had 3 wore them out all the time. Bandanas are cool so they were great for home, at night when you don't realise that hair keeps your head warm. Those Indian type hats were great 👍 I had a red one for night. It had a little white apple on it. Hence to say my kids christened me apple iPod.
The boobs happened in stages actually I am about to share in my next blog. The voyage and stages of that Turn around. So if your feeling like a boy like I was don't worry that feeling will pass.
It's temporary and remember. My friends mum Francis said to me it's vanity versus life.
It's an easy choice life! But when your head is filled with a variety of conflicting scenarios of course it's scarey...
Near ten year anniversary yay
I am still a woman
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