So on the 12th it was officially two and a half years since I have been on hormone therapy. I think I can safely say that now I’m starting to see some considerable changes from when I first started.
Before i started hormones
For starters I’ve shifted about 20kg in those years, which I’m so fucking proud of. Secondly, I’ve improved mentally, developed more masculine features and the “girl” curves are on their way to leaving. I’m slowly getting the beard (though its not noticeable in the top picture). I’ve also become more confident in myself as the months have passed recently.
Downsides are that I’m STILL suffering from back acne, but its now turning up all over. I think the body wants me to be a hairy bear. I just wish I didn’t have to go through the acne hell before it turns up. Recently my throats been greeting scratchy, so I’m probably due another voice break soon, and sleep is still all over the place. Its also coming up to my first appointment with Charing Cross, so I’m a bit all over the place trying to work out how I feel. Hopefully though I get my first signature for top surgery, but I don’t have my hopes up.
In other news, Valentines day happened on Sunday. I got to spend time with both Steph and Kai at the same time, without it being group work related. Although I think I can say all three of us were feeling like shit that day, we managed to go to dinner at Day’s and spend a little bit of time at The Marlborough. We are planning to see Deadpool on Sunday (expect a review) and I’m going to do separate days with both of them.
I am so lucky to have two wonderful partners who are so supportive, but between partners, groups and sleeping, there are not enough hours in the day to do anything else.
I wouldn’t change it for the world though ❤
Very rarely do I go to a place of food and go “FUCK ME I NEED TO WRITE ABOUT THIS PLACE” but this evening was one of those evenings. Welcome to my review on Days All you can eat.
When we entered the place we were greeted to a pony sized gold statue of, you guessed it a pony and a pond/water feature filled with fish, as well as an assortment of Asian statues and decor, once we went up the stairs and paid £13.99 each, we noticed how big the place was. I had felt like I had died and gone to heaven because it was the size of your average night club, but wall to wall food. 250 dishes to be precise. I never thought in my whole lifetime I would see 250 different food dishes, already made in one room. But I did, and it was glorious.
I started with the sushi, which was done fresh, and constantly restocked, right in front of you. It was beautiful. Then I progressed to the mussels that were kept on ice and the giant prawns, and they were also perfect. I then moved on to noodles and a pork dish, that ended up being quite spicy. I even tried two of the chefs specials and I honestly couldn’t fault them.
In fact I only got disappointed in one of the foods that I tried, and that was the lemon chicken. I personally felt it was far too dry for my tastes. I even watched was they made a pancake for me by hand, at the manned station, which was glorious. The only fault I had was that they didn’t (or maybe they did, we were not told) do an unlimited refill when it comes to soda. Apart from that it, what I had was perfect and I certainly will be going again.
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