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♥ Trisha Allison ♥
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First experience crossdressing was about the age of 16, wearing my mother's pantyhose, bra and wig.
I couldn't wait for my parent's and younger sister to go out shopping or better yet, on vacation without me, so that I could wear her clothes. At the time, my older brother was off to college.
I remember one time being dressed and they returned home early, so I had to rush getting the clothes off and putting them back.
Ever since I was a kid, I would look forward to being in the room alone so that I could look at the women's section of the Sears and J C Penney's cataogs and wish.
It was back in 1980 when I moved out and got my own place. I would dress in femme about once a month or so.
I remember the first time putting on makeup and worrying that it would not wash off with soap and water.
This was way before PCs and the Internet, so I had to learn all of my makeup skills from Glamour, Cosmopolitan and Mademoiselle magazines.
Most of my clothes were ordered from the J Penney catalog. I could not wait for the new catalog to come out to see the new styles.
Taking pictures of oneself was also a task back then, as you had to use a camera with film and go to the drug store or photo shop to get the film developed. I often wondered if the person developing the pictures really looked at them and wondered.
There may have been three or four times where I did not crossdress for a year and several times where I would not crossdress for a few months, but I always returned to doing it.
On two occasions, I remember having to stop at night for police and highway patrol driver's license check points. I was scared of what they might do, but they just checked my license and waved me on through.
Over the past ten or more years, I have been dressing as Trisha about once or twice a month, but for the past two years or so, I find myself dressing much more often, almost every weekend now.