Sentimental

Jack and Jill by Trudy - 5 - Becoming Jack and Jill


Jack and Jill by Trudy
5 - Becoming Jack and Jill



By Jessica C



The Halloween treat is about to be changed…
Mel became Jill at Trudy’s request

Jack and Jill by Trudy - 2 – Ahead of Schedule


Jack and Jill by Trudy –
2 - Ahead of Schedule



Story reposted from November 2013


Mel gets into Jill’s character by design of Trudy...
And the help of his sister and mother…
He protests too little

Calum, meet Cassie - Part 2

I wish to mention. I know there are matters that would arise in real life that I'm not dealing with. It's by design, I'm calling it artistic licence. It is fiction after all, and I want to keep it 'sweet and sentimental'.

Ages... undetermined, I don't know myself, early teens maybe. Calum/Cassie 12 to 14, Sarah 14 to 16. Perhaps. I've left that up to the reader to call, if you choose.

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Tuesday came around.

Hot Dogs And Candles

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Hot Dogs And Candles
Christmas At The Cabin
 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Snowbound in a mountain cabin, bored siblings play a new game and get to fulfill their Christmas Dreams.

Lucy and the Ghost

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What do you do when you discover your new house is haunted by a transgendered ghost?

Lucy and the Ghost
by Kristine Roland

Edited and proofread by Angela Rasch

Society's Outcast, Chapter 5

Looking toward Charlene, the judge asked, “You look like a girl to me, but you have a boy’s name. Do you wish to explain?”

“Sir, I am a girl in a boy’s body,” answered Charlene.

“If you felt like a monkey, would that make you swing through the trees like a monkey? I am sorry, but that reasoning is not sufficient.”

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 5
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Society's Outcast, Chapter 4

Charles — or rather, Charlene -- felt like crawling through a keyhole when Jake drove up to the church. Why did she ever agree to attend church? She knew that she would be ‘read’ and told not to come back.

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 4
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

Society's Outcast, Chapter 3

Tears began to fill Charles’ eyes as he spoke. “My dad is a deacon and he kicked me out of the house and told me not to come back until I changed. I can’t change. I have tried and tried. I thought he loved me. I was raised in church and that has been important in my life. Why does God want me to be miserable — putting me in the wrong body and saying that it is wrong and requiring me to live a life that I cannot?”

Society's Outcast
A Lizzie Jane Story
Chapter 3
 
By Billie Sue Pilgrim

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