Childhood

Grottoes-15

Grottoes-15
A Gaby Fan-Fiction by Stanman

Synopsis:What exactly happened to the students and faculty of Augusta High School, Bigg's Manufacturing and Erin's Cyclery after Drew and his friends went back home to Warsop at the end of the Cultural Exchange Program? This story will attempt to answer those questions.

O My Son, My Daughter Absolom! 0

O My Son, My Daughter Absolom!

by the Rev. Anam Chara


A traditionalist minister discovers that his son is crossdressing and indeed may be transgendered. How does he, his wife, and their family deal with it? Can they reconcile all the various issues that they must face both as a family and as individuals?

Spacetran 13

This chapter addresses Beverly's concerns about 'The Sucession'. Which of her children are to run the family firm of 'Taff Spaceships' after she is gone? How is she to protect those powerful secrets that could enable a megalomaniac to try and rule the earth or even the universe.

 

Spacetran 13.

List of our children and their friends.

Girls,

Wendy, William’s twin.

Jessica and Charlotte, Ben’s (AKA Bennie’s,) twin sisters.

Dave and Eddie , Sherriff Jack Johnson’s boys.

Linda and Sandra, Sherriff Jack Johnson’s daughters.

Spacetran 12

A chapter where Beverly's life moves on after the universe is offered, (and accepts) space warping and time warping.
This chapter starts to address the family issues of inheritance and sibling rivalry for control of the firm.

 

Spacetran 12

List of our children.

Wendy, William’s twin, our first-born twins

Jessica and Charlotte, Ben’ sisters, our second born triplets.

Dave and Eddie , Sherriff Jack Johnson’s boys.

Linda and Sandra, Sherriff Jack Johnson’s daughters.

Sweet Dreams-4...I'll never have them

Sweet Dreams…I’ll never have them 4

Chapter 4

Sunday? September 26th.

I cannot believe it and my brain is going right back into overload. I’m being kissed by a guy and I’m liking it….naked in the bath and…I can’t, I can’t like this can’t …can I…

I push Alex away, the size of him I’d never move him so he’s being a good…I’m so fucking scared. He stares at me oddly for a second, a slight nod? I don’t get him so much its giving me a headache.

Warsop-14

Warsop-14
A Gaby Fan-Fiction

by Stanman

Synopsis:With the Bond's moved to Germany, just what do the gang get up to back in Warsop? This story gives a shot at answering that very question.

Spacetran 6

Ruby is returned to earth to 'face the music' while Beverly departs for space again with possible suicidal tendancies.


NEW SPACETRAN 6

Part 6.

After stepping onto the aircraft carrier deck, I turned angrily upon the crowd of gaping crewmen and snapped out an order.

“What are you all bloody gawking at? - And leave that container alone.”

The only sound was the stuttering wind stumbling around the flight deck as the ship

The Center: Meet The Enhancer-8

The Center-Meet The Enhancer-8
by:
Stanman63


Thanks To JennaFL For Proofing And Nora Adrienne for editing!
Synopsis: A Center Fan Fiction where a new student's dream comes true and the Center gains a most valuable ally.

Spacetran 5

Where Ruby gets to meet beverly's favourite aliens and learns a thing or two about trust and compassion.

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NEW SPACETRAN 5

Part 5.

We started to dematerialise out of hypertime in front of a spectacular rainbow coloured

Spacetran 3

In this chapter, Ruby the reporter and narrator of the remainder of the story appears. She meets Beverly at Beverly's instigation and learns much.


This story was originally written over thirty years ago when I was still trying to come to terms with my childhood abuse and my transgendered transvestism... I've altered a few bits very slightlt but it's essentially the same as when I first wrote it and I seem now to hold it as a sort of link to my past and a datum mark to show myself how far I've come.


NEW SPACETRAN
Chapter 3

Spacetran 2

<In this chapter, the 'authorities' learn of the rescue of the astronauts by Beverly but are left completely in the dark about the identity of the rescuer nor if the rescuer is alien.>

 

NEW SPACETRAN

Chapter 2

The debriefing team sat staring at the astronauts for they simply had to believe what they were being told. The American general pressed again just to be certain as both French and American de-briefers listened incredulously.

Cat's in the Cradle.

Cat’s in the Cradle

No it’s not a typo in the title. My name is Cat, or it’s what everyone calls me. It used to be Charlie. I used to be Charlie and Charlie was to me like living as a space alien. See Charlie was a boy and to me, ever since I remember I was so not a boy. I was a girl and I was trapped.

Jamie Finds Acceptance

Jamie Finds Acceptance

By Patricia Marie Allen

I remember when it started. It was a Saturday in the September of my eighth year. My sister had a nine o'clock dentist appointment and my brother was spending the weekend with friends. I should have been able to sleep in, but Dad got a call from work. He worked in the maintenance department and something had gone wrong with the compressor and it had to be fixed before Monday at six a.m. He woke me at eight and told me that he had to leave and it would be up to me to get the Goodwill bags out on the porch for the Boy Scouts by nine.

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 37, 38, & 39 - Final Post

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Dreaming of Cheers
Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 23 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

'What the hell just happened?' Juan asked himself. He was off duty and supposed to be having a quiet dinner with his wife, his partner and his wife, and a couple other friends, when this lady went psycho. 'Can't get a moment of peace, can I?'

Of course as far as he could tell now that he'd sorted things out, the poor little girl the woman attempted to assault couldn't either... 'If half of what they told me has happened to this girl is true...' He shook his head. 'If she did take out that kids’ eye, good for her! Idiot! Thinking he could assault a police officer...' He was still a bit unnerved as he thought about how the little girl had looked after all of this. ‘That poor kid…’

He had talked to his sergeant on the radio from his car after the suspects had been cuffed, and had been asked to bring them into the station himself.

He swore once again as he looked back in the rearview mirror, 'I sure hope these two get locked up as long as they can... ruining my one quiet dinner in a week!' His partner looked just as miffed as he was over their lost meal. He was sure his wife would box up his chicken alfredo... but it wouldn't be the same.

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 35 and 36

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 22 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

Mr. Randolph had been teaching for many years, and had the privilege of working with some really great students during that time. The students that sat before him though were above most of them in his mind. Amy was absolutely going to be a stunning beauty as she grew up into high school… he was glad he wasn’t the girl’s father. Amazingly she had brains to go with that, something that was uncommonly rare in his experience. Nikki, though extremely short for her age, was going to be much the same. He was sure the boys were going to be going to great places too.

The most amazing thing to him, though, was that the other girl was the reason this group held together. Oh they would have been friends… but Tiffany seemed to be like a magnet these days that attracted some really great friends. ‘She attracted enemies too…’ he thought sadly to himself. The attack on her had been like a stab in the heart to most of her teachers; himself included.

’No, the most amazing thing isn’t that this girl didn’t grow up as one… it’s that she’s kept going through it all. No one has been able to stop her…’ He looked up at them as the group talked about their project. If anyone else came to him with the idea these kids had he would have told them it would be impossible… Tiffany seemed to break many of those odds though, and with her friends he was certain they would astound him again.

The Sissy Farm 3

Having been 'read by her Auntie Beverly, Michael, (Now Michelle,) starts out on the sweetest of journeys as a sissy.
She enjoys her first delightful shopping expedition and learns of the joys of shopping for clothes.
Such a lucky, lucky sissy!

PS. Ignore the little message at the end. This was during my posting to Fictionmania. I'll still be posting the new chapters to FM. It's important not to forget ones roots.


Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 33 and 34

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 21 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

’She’s looking better and better every day,’ Melanie thought to herself as she watched her husband help get Tiffany’s bag into the back of their vehicle. ‘If only her psychological wounds will heal that quick…’ She added with a sigh.

She had long specialized in the anatomical side of medicine… never really interested in psychiatry. She had friends who did though, including Tiffany’s doctor, and knew from even her limited knowledge this was going to be a long process for her. ‘Maybe this week will help?’ She asked hopefully.

”Everyone set?” Her husband asked, and they set off for their retreat in the mountains.

Choices Chapter 4

A story about a family with two boys aged 10 and 13, in which choice is a delusion and gender, an illusion. In the last chapter, Kirk openly and noisily shopped as a boy for clothes in the girls' department in order to distract the clerks from Blair's more furtive shopping expedition.

Chapter 4, Part 4 --- A Preacher’s Choice

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 32

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 20 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

Joe decided to quickly look in on his sleeping little girl as he headed down the hallway to go to bed. The last year was just unreal in his mind… things had changed so fast. ‘And we almost lost her…’ He couldn’t get it out of his mind any more than his wife could. They’d let Tiffany go stay occasionally at the Hancock’s house this week only because they knew they loved her almost as much as her parents did. It had not been easy for them to let her out of their sight after everything.

‘Thank God Mandy’s family is more sane than mine!’ He thought to himself as he closed the door silently. He had worried endlessly before letting her near his family, and it had been justified really. Joe didn’t trust Allen any farther than he could throw him.

As he lay down that night next to his wife he did his best to not think about what had happened in the past few months. Instead he tried to picture his little girl and how cute she would be on Christmas morning, excited about her presents. ‘She should be happy about them,’ he thought to himself, smiling. With that he was finally able to clear his mind for a while and sleep.

Choices Chapter 3

A story about a family with two boys aged 10 and 13, in which choice is a delusion and gender, an illusion. So far Maggie has convinced her husband to let her transform his younger son Blair into a girl, and Pierre, her hairstylist, to give Blair the works. Brother Kirk may be getting hit by the fallout from Operation TG.

Choices, Chapter 3 (Part 3)

Choices Chapter 2

A story about a family with two boys aged 10 and 13, in which choice is a delusion and gender, an illusion. In Chapter 1, Maggie used her sexual wiles to "persuade" her husband Laird to let her transform Blair, his effeminate younger son, into the daughter she craves.


Part 2, Chapter 2 Pierre’s Choice

Choices Chapter 1

Choices, Chapter 1

A story about a family with two boys aged 10 and 13, in which choice is a delusion and gender, an illusion. It’s a familiar theme in the TG literature, but this time with an unfamiliar twist.

Choices, Chapter 1, Part 1 -- Laird’s Choice

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 01 Laird’s choice
Chapter 02 A hairstylist’s choice
Chapter 03 Amber’s choice

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 30 and 31

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 19 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

Tiffany’s mom sat on the edge of their bed with her husband’s arms wrapped securely around her. She just couldn’t stop crying… ‘How did we let this happen to her!?!’ she asked herself for the millionth time. ‘We should have insisted that she always be walked by a teacher between rooms… we should have made them do something to those… those… monsters sooner… we should have pulled her from the school,’ a new sob came from her.

She knew in her heart that they had done about everything they could to protect her… the problem was that there was nothing she could have done. And it scared her.

‘Thank God she’s alive,’ she thought for the thousandth time that night. ‘If that boy Kyle hadn’t found her…’ She continued to sob quietly for a long time while her husband held her and contributed his own tears. They’d almost lost her…

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 29

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 18 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

The paramedic looked at the young girl in front of him as he strapped her onto the gurney. She was just barely conscious and obviously had trauma to her head. Blood was coming out from numerous lacerations… but those ultimately didn’t worry him as much. Moments later as the ambulance sped down the street he tuned out the girl’s mother who was sobbing hysterically. She was just holding the girls other hand and staying out of his way… that’s all he could really hope for.

”Pete!” He called up to the driver in front.

”What do you need Andy?”

”Make sure the hospital is prepped for possible head trauma.”

”I’ll call it in right now…”

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 27 and 28

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 17 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

Amy looked over at her friend sitting at her makeup table. She had trouble remembering Tiffany before now… She was Tiffany. She sighed and thought about the day. Poor Tiffany… Everything kept going so bad at school recently.

’At least she’s got some good things going too,’ Amy thought to herself. ‘I would have liked that choir solo myself… but Tiffany’s such a good singer — she deserved it.’ With the concert this week she was sure that both of them were going to be busy with choir stuff at least.

A moment later she traded places with Tiffany so she could work on getting ready herself.

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 25 and 26

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 16 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

Tiffany’s mom drove down the road to her first stop of the morning, thinking about her daughter who was probably just waking up. The bus route she drove was a longer one that ran out to some rural areas of the district, and that meant she forever was leaving before her daughter even woke up to make her run. As she opened up the door to let her first three kids on she sighed, ‘I don’t know what more we can do right now.’

Several of her friends had suggested pulling Tiffany from Holden and putting her in the other junior high, but she doubted that would help. No, the only sure fire way to get her free of her tormentors would be to home school her... which she was afraid would break her daughter. She loved playing in band, being on the dance squad, and hanging out with her friends there. She could see her eyes light up anytime she talked about the dance squad or about band…well sometimes — even that light didn’t shine often anymore.

’I don’t know how to protect my baby,’ she said to herself and tried to refocus her mind to the road so she didn’t break out in tears over it all right then.

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 23 and 24

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 15 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

’Last night was cool,’ Amy thought to herself as she got ready to go. ‘I’m glad Mom and Dad bought Tiffany her own set of ski equipment!’ Both of their brand new sets of equipment were going to be fun to use this year.

’I wonder how hard of a run I can get her to go on with me…?’ Amy asked herself as she continued to get ready. She was smiling brightly, nothing was better than being up in the mountains skiing!

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 22

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 14 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

’What a week so far!’ Joe thought to himself. Of course last week had been a near disaster, but did that mean this week had to be too…? Between work and everything going on with his daughter he was having a hard time sleeping or focusing. ‘As soon as Tiffany is up and going I need to get out of here today… Brian said that part came in after I left yesterday, we need to get that contract finished up…’

Joe almost missed the snow outside his bathroom window as he got ready, so consumed he was of everything going on. ‘Well maybe that’ll make Tiffany’s day a bit better.’

‘…I’ll just settle for her making it safely through the week.’

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 20 and 21

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 13 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

Melanie worked on getting some breakfast ready for ‘her’ two girls that were upstairs getting ready for school. Amy was her daughter, but Tiffany really was like an adopted daughter. She loved them both a lot, but feared for Tiffany. ‘Poor girl… I can’t believe what Mandy said her brother-in-law did last week…’

She sighed and filled two glasses with orange juice that she sat on the table. ‘I hope we can get her through this week. At least this weekend she’ll get to go with us up to the condo and get away…’

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 19

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 12 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

’We survived…’ that was all Tiffany’s dad could say about the last few days. He wished that they had just stayed home for Thanksgiving or had gone to Mandy’s parents. His brother had been completely out of control. He looked down into the sink and rinsed his razor one more time before opening the door up.

”I’m done honey,” he told his wife.

She turned around and the two shared an embrace that made him feel better. ‘Through all of this at least I have a wife and daughter that love me dearly…’ he thought. “Joe, will you wake up Tiffany please?”

”Sure,” he responded. This wasn’t the easiest thing to do in the morning, but it was always fun to watch his daughter wake up. She was always so cute with her hair all over the place and the grumpy expression that was inevitable… He smiled as he moved to the other side of the room where she lay sleeping.

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 17 and 18

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 11 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

’Well that was a disaster,’ Tiffany’s grandmother thought. ‘I can’t believe Allen would do that to his brother and his niece!’ She thought for another second though and added, ‘Well maybe I can…’

As a wife of a former alcoholic, she recognized all of the signs and worried for her daughter-in-law and her grandchildren. Her son was getting harder and harder to recognize every time she saw him. ‘I don’t think talking to him will do any good either…’ she sighed to herself.

She took a minute to look at her granddaughter who had been the catalyst to her son’s outburst. ‘Tiffany is so pretty, you really can’t even begin to remember her as a boy… It was definitely the right thing to let her be herself… if only others can realize that.’

The Half Lilin: By The Light Of The Moon (Chapter 1)

I wasn't prepared to hear Mr. Stuart's guffaw. "Please, call me John." 'Call me John'? What the fuck's got into him?

"OK, John. I'm sure Miss Willows will get me settled in," she said as she gave me a wink.

"Miss Willows!" he said as he guffawed again. I could see tears flow from his eyes. "She does have a point, Willows. Cut that hair," he said right before he fell backward along with his chair. Even while on the floor, he was still laughing. I've never seen him like this. Did he get super lucky on the slopes of Switzerland or something?

The Half-Lilin
By The Light Of The Moon

Chapter 1
by Shin Eris
Proofreading by Stanman

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 16

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 10 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

Caleb went upstairs to his bedroom more convinced than ever that his dad was out of control. ‘What’s the big deal about Tiffany anyway?’ he asked himself. Yes it was a bit weird to see his twelve year old cousin dressed as a girl… but at the same time she was cute. ‘Not in that way,’ he told himself. Times really were different now. He had several girls that he’d grown up with that had recently decided they liked girls instead of boys. ‘It’s weird… but it’s not that big of a deal!’

’I just hope Dad doesn’t do anything really stupid tomorrow… Maybe I can find a way to keep him from the whiskey bottle.’ He shook his head, ‘No. He’s gotten bad… I’m sure he really is an alcoholic.’

For all of his athletic prowess, and lots of friends on the football team that drank frequently, Caleb stayed away from it. Watching his dad being hooked on it was enough reason to stay away from it. He looked at himself in the mirror and splashed some water on his face, ‘I hope tomorrow goes better…’

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 14 and 15

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 9 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

Joe turned over in bed for what must have been the hundredth time in the last hour. He just couldn’t sleep tonight. ‘Is this really a good idea…?’ he asked himself in regards to their upcoming trip to see his family in Denver for Thanksgiving.

’The last time I talked to Allen he seemed to be okay enough for us to go up there, but he was pretty cruel this summer about Tiffany.’ He thought back to some of the words they had spoken over the phone when his brother had found out he was letting his nephew become his niece. Joe would have beaten his brother into a pulp if he had said that kind of stuff in front of him. ‘If Mom hadn’t gotten involved I’m sure we wouldn’t have received an invitation to go up there… I almost wish we hadn’t.’ He didn’t know what he was going to do if things went poorly.

Joe tossed and turned for several more hours before he finally managed to sleep.

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 13

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 8 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

’How in the world does she deal with both of our girls together all of the time?’ Tiffany’s mom asked herself, not for the first time. She had always liked Amy, and even now thought of her as a second daughter, but when you put her and Tiffany together it was like an explosion of energy! Last night she’d come in finally and told them again to get to sleep. ‘And I have no doubt Tiffany’ll be cranky all day now…’

’Oh well, if they’re going to stay up all night, they’re just going to have to learn to deal with the consequence of being tired. Maybe it helps Melanie that Tiffany has her own room over there…’

She sighed, ‘better get this fun over with,’ and began the process of getting two very sleepy girls out of bed.

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 11 and 12

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 7 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

Amy waited in the car for Tiffany to come out of her house. Friday had been a disaster for her best friend, and she worried about what might happen as the year continued. 'You would think they would accept her eventually...' The problem as she saw it though was that her best friend was too pretty, smart, and talented for her own good.

Tiffany came out the door and locked up. She wore a worried expression on her face that Amy shared. 'I hope today is better...'

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 10

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 6 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

This felt like déjá  vu… should she wake her daughter up…? ‘I guess we don’t really have a choice about going shopping today. She needs a new backpack after yesterday. I still can’t believe those kids…’ When Tiffany had called she had felt her heart sink. Anytime she got a phone call she knew it couldn’t be good, but she’d been right that it had been worse than most. ‘I’m getting worried, I really hope this all settles down soon…’

She sighed and opened the door to wake her daughter up. Hopefully today would be good for both of them.

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapters 7, 8, and 9

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 5 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

Joe hated his job sometimes. Today for instance… it was possibly a pivotal event in his young daughter's life, and he had to leave right in the middle of it. He knew his employers were bending over backward to help his family, but he was also their most senior and experienced manager and technician, and the business depended on him keeping the project on time. 'I just hope she knows how much I love her. She has such worry in her eyes sometimes when she looks at me, like she's not sure...'

He snapped the connector onto the servo board and hollered to Dave, "Try it now. You should get eight point five volts or so at uh… .twenty milliamps -- no wait. Twenty two milliamps." 'Those new doctors sure were efficient. They know so much about Tiffany, and us after just this morning it seems they've been treating her for years. One thing bothers me though. Dr. Reynolds told us how much Tiffany fears that I love her less than Brandon, and that I'm somehow in mourning over the 'loss' of my son… but it never really sank in until today. I guess it took hearing it from male doctors for me to really understand.'

"Okay? Good! Okay, next diagnostic. Get a mark on it, then get your hand out of the way. It should rotate twelve degrees exactly. Ready?" 'I'm so happy we finally know why she was struggling so, she's such a natural girl I don't know why we didn't see it before. I just wish I didn't feel so helpless when those kids mistreat her. Well, hopefully if things go well this afternoon, she'll soon begin to develop like her friends. That should help...' "Hang on a sec Dave. The probe slipped. Drat, what step are we on again?"

"Joe, you sure you're okay? You're acting like you're here but your brain's in space. Really, the boys and I can cover this. You go take care of your family."

"No that's okay. We'll never finish in time if I do. Mandy will call if she needs me. And I'll find out what happened tonight..."

Dreaming of Cheers - Chapter 6

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Standing Up to Life: Book 3

Part 4 of 23
by Tiffany Shar

Intro by Carla Ann

Tiffany’s mom stood outside the door to her daughter’s room. ‘should I wake her or not…?’ Tiffany had pushed herself too hard the past few weeks with all of her many commitments to the dance squad, band, and numerous other activities. Just last night she worried that she was going to have to open up the bathroom door to check on her. ‘She was in that shower an awfully long time… I was getting worried.’

It would be important for Tiffany to get some rest this weekend, especially if her appointment this week didn’t pan out the way she and her daughter hoped. She couldn't take that much disappointment in her current condition. True, right now no one could tell that her daughter hadn’t been born as her daughter… but that could become a problem at any time if her body started to continue down the road of her natural puberty. She was on hormone blockers for now, but she worried it might not be enough…

‘One thing for sure, we both need a break from all this worry. Shopping will help us both!’

She made her decision and began to knock on her daughter’s door to wake her up.

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