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Day 78: New First Birthday

Posted by intrepidshe , in Healing Work 26 February 2014 · 232 views

Feb. 26, 2014 (7 Days Into Becoming):

I decided that I need to establish a new birthday: Feb. 19th.
Feb. 19th feels to me like the day I entered the world as a new me. It is the day I faced going to the gynecologist. I took my first breath as me.
I can't wait to have my first birthday next year! By then I will be learning to walk and starting to talk. This feels very real to me.
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Feb 27 2014 11:50 AM


Feb 27 2014 11:50 AM

Happy Birthday!

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