I Need To Get This Off My Chest

When I first started taking estrogen four years ago, it took about four or five months for them to begin to work their magic. It's like one night I went to bed and everything was normal, when I awoke, I had this weird pain in my nipples. Thus began the breast growth and it wasn't long till I had to start wearing a bra. Now mind you, they never did get that big, but they are big enough to warrant wearing a bra and when I don't wear one, they do flop around a bit. Anyways, the first few weeks of wearing a bra were perhaps the most uncomfortable of my life. I just couldn't get used to this new sensation underneath my shirt and I just felt like everyone was noticing how miserable I was. Then one day it just became normal and it's only when I don't have a bra on that I actually notice it.

I guess the point of all this is that there were a lot of things that I totally wasn't prepared for. This was one of them.


konagod | March 16, 2008 at 11:55 AM

Or you could just be one of those bra-burnin' liberated women and let 'em flop around.

Sorry, I couldn't resist that. You do know it's my nature to hunt for humor in EVERYTHING, right? Otherwise, I would never make it in society. (Not that I do, actually!)

JACQ | March 23, 2008 at 12:18 AM

How unfair is it that you have boobs and I don't? Damn!

Okay, I have them but not much. At least, not in my opinion. Missi puts mine to shame.

But that's a separate story...


Listen to Kona. You just gotta laugh at yourself sometimes, just to keep from crying. I do it everyday!