I bought myself a Natsu Dragneel costume.
I took off the zip and put on a shorter one because the one it came with was too long.
I also put in white lining on the inside because it had black when I bought it.
Wig I had to chop at too because the hair was too long for Natsu.
My best friend, drew on the Fairy Tail symbol in this pic and took the photo
If I receive a llama badge, I give one back in return.
I'm part of 's DA family. I'm her silver tabby cat.
I'm part of 's DA family. I'm their sharpshooting bodyguard.
I live with my cat, Socks, and my rabbit, Yami. Both of them are female.
made me this:
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Live Journal: kedakaiokami.livejournal.com/
Facebook Timeline www.facebook.com/leigh.mcmahon… - if you spam me even once on there I will block you immediately. This is the most likely place to reach me though.
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So mum took me back to the sexual health clinic in Inverness for my gender dysphoria and we spoke with the doctor.
The Glasgow doctor definitely said yes. I was approved for hormone treatment. So I filled in the consent form to go on testosterone, had blood test done, weight and height checked, and then along to the pharmacy with a prescription for hormones.
The woman at the pharmacy apologises to me and informs me that they don't keep it stocked and have to order it in, and that it can be picked up the next day or delivered and would take about a week maybe. Needless to say I was disappointed and actually pretty glum. Setbacks meant longer with people automatically treating me like a girl, which I REALLY don't like.
Back to the doctor, whom the pharmacy had called to explain the situation, and he has procured a dosage there, so we could proceed anyway.
So yeah, I've had my first dosage of testosterone, I'm going back to see him next month for the next one.
If all's going well; he's going to refer me to the doctor who handles the chest surgery. So that's great news.
Unfortunately the chest surgery will mean I'll be off work for up to around three months. And in order to get the go ahead; I need to build up some strength in the chest, as well as keeping my weight healthy.
Mum treated me to a set of dumbbells, so I can use those to work on my chest muscles. And I'm going to keep active to keep my weight suitable. So there's the cycling to work, and I think when on split shifts; I'll walk the second one to get a variety of exercise in.