If you don’t like the cucumber, you can always take it out.

I groaned and pushed a little harder, then looked up into Sebastian’s eyes.

“If you don’t like the cucumber,” I said gasping, “you can take it out.”

Sebastian was sitting beside my car as I was loading a heavy picnic hamper into it. He watched me, not really helping very much, still nursing a painful injury sustained this week. Sebastian and I do love to go for picnics in the summer. As you likely know I am very active in the kitchen, and more than happy getting the finest quality epicurean delights to slip between Sebastian’s gluten free buns. In fact, now that I think about it, that’s very reminiscent of what I was doing this very night gone by! For some reason, after I’d made some delicious cheese and cucumber sandwiches he let me know he doesn’t really like cucumber! Perhaps he’ll enjoy it better if I insert salami instead.

It’s been a very busy week. I’ve been working hard at the advertising agency, compiling a report about the decline of indoor games for one of my clients. While there’s been a drop in people playing Clue (Cludo if you’re in the UK) and Monopoly, five out of six people do still enjoy Russian Roulette. I find the results of that particular survey both surprising and a little disturbing.

Sebastian and I are having a picnic by the water, as he’s recovering from a minor incident at the hospital. As you possibly know, he’s quite committed to alternative therapies. You may remember he lamented not having his homeopathic first aid kit when Bernard, my photographer, was shot in the chest with a carrot. During his latest medical exam, when the doctor told him that Mercury was rising in Uranus he thought that modern medicine was embracing astrology. Apparently this was not the case, and the thermometer had broken whilst in use.

This, however, is not the main reason I’m writing to you today. I wanted to let you know that our wonderful Katia Thornwood is now offering personal one on one crossdressing coaching sessions online. She’s a delight to work with, and if you’d like someone to talk with about crossdressing, or some guidance in terms of how to advance a little in your practice, she’s very happy to oblige. These sessions are scheduled at the time most convenient for you and can be very liberating. Many of my members would love a kindly ear with which to share their thoughts and ideas, and their concerns. Katia is doing a great job with this, and many of her coaching clients end up having regular sessions with her every week or two. If this is something that interests you please follow this link and I will set it up for you.

I’m thrilled to share a lovely image with you from Millie, a new crossdresser. She’s on Twitter and can be found here: https://twitter.com/Millie78038961

I know she’d be delighted if you follow her as she’s putting up some images as she progresses, and it’s already looking like a great journey.

Finally, I have been so happy to see Mollie Blake’s writing on the site recently. Her latest piece about waxing is masterful. You can find it here: https://fionadobson.com/mollie-blake/the-dating-game-part-2-by-mollie-blake/

I must say, the site has grown. We now have new content every day or so, and coming back to the website a few times a week is sure to give you new and exciting things to do and think about each time.

Have a delightful week.



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