‘I think what you need to do,’ Said Julie, ‘is come up behind, give it a good push and then reach around and jerk it off.’
This all sounded strangely familiar to me, which was a little surprising as Julie and I were standing in Sylvester’s workshop, looking at the rear assembly of a D6 Catapillar tractor. Now, anyone familiar with the difficult task of replacing what Sylvester told me was ‘rear bearings’ of the drive system, will understand precisely what Sylvester and Julie were talking about.
‘I think it needs more lubrication,’ said Sylvester. Well, that certainly rang true.
‘You need to pour hot oil over it,’ said Julie. ‘That will make it expand.’
‘I’m sure it would.’ I chimed in, helpfully.
Julie, as any of those who are in either my Admirers Club, or the Premium Program, will know grew up in a farming community. It’s surprising what you get to learn growing up in overalls.
However, that’s not the main reason I’m writing to you. We are heading toward Halloween – that most important date in the Crossdressing Calendar. I am always interested in hearing your Halloween costume ideas.
Mildred, from Colorado Springs writes:
“This year I’m combining an office formal look with a horror theme. I’m dressing as my former mother in law.”
This seems a creative approach and is sure to yield some amusing comments when shared on Facebook with family members. We always encourage sharing.
So, I’d love to hear some of your ideas about crossdressing for Halloween. You can comment and share on this Blog Post to be sure plenty of ideas are out there.
And don’t forget there’s a host of Breast Forms and Skirts, as well as other ideas of things to order on my website. Be sure to check out my Shopping List. These can help complete that perfect costume.
Let me know how you get along. If you haven’t already done so, you may even buy yourself a special Halloween gift and sign up for my Premium Program if you haven’t already done so!