Sunday, September 13, 2009

How Wonderful To Be Hairless!

I'm sitting here, illuminated only by the light of my TV, and computer monitor. I feel so incredibly feminine! I'm thinking of how wonderfully satisfied I feel, that I no longer have unwanted hair to deal least until it grows out again... Thank God for epilators! I'm looking at my hairless arms and legs, and they are actually shining! My God! They are actually shining! Who do do I thank for this wonderful gift??

Do I thank God? Honestly, I'm an agnostic. I'm not even sure if God exists. But if he/she is out there, and has anything to do with this,'s a kiss from Melissa! ;-)

Melissa XX


Leslie Ann said...

What an enviable position. I am, therefore I envy.

Melissa said...

I love you, Lesie Ann!

Melissa XX

Melissa said...

Excuse me! I love you Leslie Ann!
Sorry about the typo

Melissa XX

Leslie Ann said...

Da nada. I have to backspace on my name all the time. There is a Lesie in here too, ya know.

caroline said...

Leslie, your last post just had me running for my epilator too. I may not shine but I sure do tingle. So hope you find some solution soon.

Caroline XXX

Stephanie said...

And for some reason, hair doesn't bother me as much as it did. Pre-hormones, I shaved my legs twice a week. After 6 months on them, the hair finer but noticable, I go for two weeks until I just have to shave. Ok, now drum me out of the tranny union! lol

Amy K. said...

Forgive me Father, for I have sinned. I do not have an epilator. I am flat broke, Dear Lord, so please do not think ill of me. Also, I'm not sure who I'm talking to, since I'm also agnostic.

Anonymous said...

The very idea of using an epilator on my chest makes my eyes water...wait those are tears of pain. I tried pulling a few out with tweezers and just pulling ONE out was almost too If the CIA ever needs an idea for "enhanced interrogation", I think I could just hand them a pair of tweezers. How do you get the gumption...the nerve...the bravery to epilate those painful areas?

For the agnostics who might be interested, I wrote a blog, available in my archives, titled "Does God Exist?" I use the first law of thermodynamics to show my views on how it strongly shows a need for spirit power. :)Suzi

Melissa said...

@ Suzi

The initial harvest is painful indeed! Doing the chest area for the first time, actually had me in tears, but I hated that hair so much, that I was willing to endure the torture. Subsequent harvests are not as bad. It gets better every time you use it. What I always hated was shaving, and the prickly stubble that would emerge the next day.

Melissa XX

Anonymous said...

lol, Yes it is great to be hairless and I thank god in a big way!.
If you think epilating the chest is bad, wait till you do your under arms !!!!

Zoƫ Suzanna said...

I agree, being hairless feels so nice. I especially enjoy watching my beard slowly disappear as I do electrolysis - ah what it will be like to have no beard!!!
Thank you for a great blog!