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Saturday, January 20, 2018

The Moment

“I still remember the moment very clearly,” Craig said to his psychiatrist describing the moments right after the Great Shift, “I felt a little woozy. I was running late for a meeting, so I checked my watch. That’s when I realized my watch was not on my wrist. I wondered if I had lost it, or maybe if I had just been mistaken about putting it in the morning. And that’s when I began to notice the wrist itself. It was thin and the arm was hairless. The nails on my hand appeared to be manicured. I took a step and I wobbled on the heels now on my feet. My brain was having a hard time processing that I was now in a new body -- that I was now a woman. In fact, it’s still hard for me even now sometimes. It’s just things like, well, even describing this all to you and hearing my own voice be so high pitched. It’s really hard to get used to. I guess that’s why I am here in the first place, isn’t it?”

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