Let’s take the good things first – clothes shopping for Alice – yeah!!!. This Sunday coming is Alice’s second outing at the Femdom club Devotion hosted by the wonderful Miss Treat and Alison. So firstly we went shopping for a nice new bra and knickers set. We know her size by now (Alice not Miss Treat); 40C chest and size 16 knickers so that was quite straight forward. I have no idea if those sizes mean anything to readers outside the UK so I’m afraid I can’t do a translation to metric.
Secondly I decided a nice new dress would be in order. Last time she wore a very short skirt and blouse but this time I wanted her in a dress. In the end I bought two but both online. They haven’t arrived yet so I can’t show them on Alice yet but here they are on line:
Then we went to a number of charity shops in North London. The problem with charity shops is that there is what there is and there wasn’t much yesterday. We did get a nice little sparkly shoulder bag and a couple of blouses for Alice but it was good we’d already bought the dresses online as there really wasn’t much that was very pretty.
Despite a month of no chocolate, no cakes, no beer, very little wine, very little in the way of carbs (rice, pasta, potatoes) and regular gym, Alice’s weight and tummy size remains stubbornly at almost the same as a month ago. I’m at a loss to know what to do. When she was younger weight would fall off her easily but now it seems to cling on. I’m guessing that things are much more difficult in middle age. I admit I haven’t done the calorie restriction so maybe I really have to get tougher.
And the not so attractive
Well that has to be the slight male paunch that Alice still has due to the failure explained above. Until I get rid of this she’ll continue to display a middle aged male body shape and I won’t be able to move into the next phase of shaping her body to be more female.
So I’m looking forward to next weekend but disappointed that Alice won’t be looking her best with that tummy. Oh well I suppose that our lives will always have their ups and downs before reaching our goals.