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last week some random person at work referred to me as "sugar tits".. had never been called THAT before & for once i didn't have a quippy come back .. I was actually rendered speechless

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missdevhill:
@scottlocker my christmas came & went way too fast lol & left me as broke as an ugly whore.. Vday tomorrow & im already drinking to forget lol 
klausbuben:
You're really cute!
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ok.. sooo.. I don't think I've actually ever "blogged" before

but.. here I go (...I think).

I guess I'm still trying to get used to this website..

I need to work on my profile & I know I want to become more active in the groups I'm in..

I would like to upload more pics...but I'm getting tired of taking...
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missdevhill:
@dolbyspencer im not entirely sure i can be that comfortable in my skin.. i would Love to be out there like that & as confident  as these SG girls but lol i cant even get naked for my significant other, when i have one.  
dolbyspencer:
@missdevhill When do you feel most comfortable? Who's around you when you do? Is there a specific place you feel most comfortable? If you really want to step out of your comfort zone and experience the liberation of being a SG girl, perhaps you should start with all your familiar things and people. You don't have to answer me, for any of this, but maybe ask yourself why you want to do this. If it's to push yourself beyond your limits; to experience the rush of doing something sexy and unfamiliar, then start slow -- find a camera, put it on "P" and find someone you trust who makes you feel excepted and understands your struggle to feel comfortable in your own skin. Shoot a set without taking one article of clothing off -- just get comfortable in front of the camera and establish a trust between you and your photographer. As you feel more comfortable, take your time feeling your comfort level with each article of clothing you take off. If you never begin feeling comfortable naked, then maybe you're meant to do something else for yourself, in search of feeling accepted by your significant other, when you have one. If you do begin to slowly feel more and more confident, you may find you'll learn things about yourself you never knew before. I would encourage you to take your time and really understand why you want to do this and what exactly is stopping you. Perhaps through this experiment, you'll find that you need to explore an entirely different path and SG was just a stepping stone. I really hope you find some peace within yourself and your voice to express what that peace is to you.