Mia Story Hoose m2f

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    Hello! already met some interesting people here. I’ve been out for over a decade. My little town in Iowa is very accepting! Never been hassled here. I have lots of friends here, some of them dear. I do not know of any other trans women here, but i hear rumors and sometimes see someone who might be. I wander into town almost everyday and in winter frequent local cafes, and i draw and sip coffee or kava. Everyday i try to speak with someone i have never met before. Everyday i say hello to friends and friendly faces.

    I am a graphic artist online. My client is in Florida. I have a dear transsexual friend in Florida struggling with health issues. I have never met her face to face. I helped her through her transition however. and we bonded. She will always hold a place in my heart.

    I have a youtube channel with a number of videos of me making a fool of myself if you want to see me in action. I talk about spirit, art, yoga and sometimes i dance, mostly fusion.

    I also have a website with lots of my art and some of my graphics work. Art for me is therapy. I sell things occasionally but can’t rely on it for income … yet.

    I am retired mostly, over 70 years old. i rather like getting old. a lot less hassle than being young. I think a lot of us will live well beyond 100 years. but i’m not holding my breath!

    For me meditation and yoga have been a life saver. without them living would be painful i think. I have no health issues which is a blessing. It would be wonderful to go all my life without major problems!

    I did have a little family at one time. my daughter and ex don’t acknowledge me. but my son says he likes me better out.

    Like Merlin in King Arthur by disney, I have a ongoing dialog with all the inanimate things around me. I also seem to have a number of spirit friends who are very lively! put all that together with human friends and my life is quite full.

    Transition was a roller coaster ride. I felt so awkward at first. I had no one to help me. and I didn’t ask for any help. I just threw myself out there. And i have made awkward mistakes. i seem to have a mild form of ptsd from my past mistakes. Meditation is great for that. I am pretty sure a human being can salvage themselves with meditation and not need to grovel for acceptance doing that.

    If anyone is interested in talking i love to converse. just say hello.


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    • #120631
      DeeAnn Hopings


      Very happy to have you here! Always great when senior people (that includes me as I’m about a year older) join because I think it serves as an inspiration for younger folks. It gives the sense that living well is indeed possible. That’s important because all of this is uncharted waters.

      Anyway, I would encourage you to discuss some things that you learned or surprised you during the course of your transition…

    • #120619
      Michelle Lawson

      Mia, your story seems to show you have hit a somewhat sweet spot and found your stride in life. I think more people would realize things are not as bad as the media would have us believe. People in general are a lot more supportive and accommodating if we just let them see that we are really not a threat. We want to live our lives as productively and positively as possible. Once the world sees us in that light, all of the barriers will wither away like a dead vine. Keep up your living a fruitful life. Hugs, Michelle

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