Here are just a few photos that I was able to find to keep track of my progress, and as I began transitioning so did my life. Usually I’m an open book but I will only share just a few tidbits.
In the beginning with the big chop it was hard, I was on prescription medications that made my skin blotchy, and gain weight, so of course insecurity set in. Once I accepted where I was at I decided to make the necessary adjustments. Changed my diet, exercised, and got more in tune with myself.
As my hair progressed so did I, and of course I had a few set backs but that only made me stronger. I am extremely proud of my growth in my hair and also as a woman.
Coco Chanel couldn’t have said it better.
“A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life”
I hope those late nights when we stayed up and I stared deep in your eyes while you were deep inside me haunt you in your dreams.
I hope you saw a beautiful piece of my soul that left you speechless and in a daze that still leaves you to often times think of me late at night and wonder just how good of a woman you missed out on.