Contact

You can always contact me about a specific post by commenting on it. However, if you would like to contact me privately you can email me at quirkycalm@gmail.com

While I welcome contact about this blog and it’s subject matter, please do not spam me. I am offering my email address because I understand how important privacy is to a lot of people, myself included.

Thank you!

  • Trackback are closed
  • Comments (8)
  1. I hope you’re having a great week! My name is Harrison and I work with SnagFilms.com. We are an online library of over 2100 films, free for audiences to stream. I just wanted to let you know that a film that you may have high interest in, “Red Without Blue”, a documentary that follows a pair of twins as on transitions from male to female, is now available for free streaming via this link: http://www.snagfilms.com/films/title/red_without_blue/

    Please consider spreading the word about this film either on or through your website. Please feel free to also email me back with questions, and would also like to know if you decide to use it so we can send it out through our network for cross promotion. 

    Thank you for your time,
    Harrison

    • Jessi
    • January 5th, 2012

    Hi there,

    I was wondering about your choice of doctor and location. Did you choose them because they are close to where you live? If this in answered in your blog I’m sorry for asking a redundant question!

    • My choice was based on cost. I was able to have the procedures done at a bit more than half what it would have cost me in the U.S.A.
      Even with travel expenses the cost was much lower.

  2. Seems like it has been a year or so since surgery. Are you able to drive, exercise and sleep comfortably? At what point did all this become routine? It’s been 3 weeks for me and I can’t wait to resume jogging and hiking. One implant has also migrated deeper, though not ‘up’ that I think most guys experience. Thoughts?

    • Everything is comfortable and has been for quite a while. Within 3 or 4 months of surgery, I suppose. sleeping on my side, which is my tendency, is a little weird. Depending on how I place my legs I might feel the pressure of the implants. Not pain, just a weird discomfort.
      The only time I’m uncomfortable is when my pants ride up or something. You know, pressure is annoying, lol. Not necessarily painful, just annoying.

      I have yet to address the high implant or the mons resection. I’d like to have the surgery to correct but I hate having to use up my vacation time to do it. Maybe I will eventually.

  3. Just coming by to check on you…im nearing my 2 year mark sheesh how time flies, how is everything going for you?

    • Same old, same old, man. Living life and carrying on. Nothing has really changed physically. I never went for a correction for the “wandering implant” nor the mons resection. I’m not sure I will, honestly.
      Everything going well for you?

  4. Hi, I’ve just read through your entire blog and found every post as interesting as the last.

    I’ve recently decided to write a book about a FTM and wanted to make sure I knew everything and didn’t make it out to be like a bed of roses. (I have a little help because it’s wrote from someone else’s point of view)

    But your blog has helped loads!

    Hope You’re Well!
    R.J

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s