A different perspective: Part 2

"KEEP GOING I WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS NEXT" Ok, I will.

A different perspective: Part 2

I woke up the next day, in blissful memory of talking with the boy I met downstairs and realized that I had to get ready for work. I grabbed myself a purple skirt and a dress shirt top. I went into the bathroom and took a shower for the first time. It was quite a challenge. I was very sensitive in a lot of areas now. But I suppose I would get used to it with more practice.

A different perspective: Part 2


I quickly put on my makeup, I cut some corners and did a makeup job I could get away with for the day. I Put on my panties, quickly buttoned up my shirt and pulled my skirt up and tucked in my shirt tails and quickly pulled up the zipper. I put on a pair of purple high heels, grabbed my purse and ran out the door. Thankfully, I remembered to put my keys, wallet and phone in my purse!

A different perspective: Part 2

I got to work ten minutes late. I was waiting for the late speech but the boss came up to me and said “glad you could make it today! , are you sure you don’t need another day off? Remember you also have your work out today so that should help you too.” I nodded and I said I would be fine. I went past all the men’s desks in the area and I went into the girl’s section, I shared a cube with another girl and I sat down where my desk appeared to be.

A different perspective: Part 2


It was strange to see pictures of me that I did not remember taking. Some were with what I assume to be past boyfriends, some looked like family and others looked like friends including a couple of me and my cube partner. I seemed to remember how to get started with my work so I did my opening routine and my cube partner finally noticed me. We started talking about our days off, we did it while we were working. It was so strange, as a guy I felt the need to slow down or stop what I was doing to talk, but as a girl I could do something and talk with the same amount of effort, same amount of attention paid to each.

A different perspective: Part 2


At a certain point we stopped talking and I ending up working on one project and moving on to another. I did not feel the need to complete a project as much as I needed to space them out, which helped to get them all done in time instead of focusing on one while the other projects suffered. I needed coffee and I started heading over but a guy brought the pot right to me. He poured me a cup and I slightly blushed with a thank you. As I walked back I kind of realized that I took that as normal, as a guy I was lucky for find anything left in the coffee pot. I smiled, I was really enjoying the day.

A different perspective: Part 2


At about the time I finished half of the coffee, my cube mate told me it was time for the workout. I noticed my workout bag in the corner. We went and walked together to the workout session and talked about the cute guys in the office on the way there, with a couple of giggles. When we got into the room, I noticed it was all girls in here and so was the instructor. I changed into my clothes it felt so good to get out of my work clothes into something more comfortable at least for a little while. We exercised and it felt great, I felt myself wake up and feel ready to work again.

A different perspective: Part 2


I took a refreshing shower and got dressed and headed back to the cube. I got so much work done after that, it was amazing. As a guy, I felt that I might have had the same effect, I was not concerned about that now. I was only focused on what I had to do here. I worked almost to the end and my boss was trying to get me to go home. But I said no, while many other of the girls left, I stayed, I stayed because I felt sorry for the guys, I stayed a while and left even when there were guys still working. I felt bad but I needed my sleep, I had to wake up earlier than the guys did now.

A different perspective: Part 2


I went back home and flipped my high heels off. I popped open a bottle of wine and turned on Netflix and pulled up a teen drama and binge watched it until I fell asleep.

A different perspective: Part 2

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  • Cool story and all, but being a woman isn’t some kind of high life.

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  • Whether she is in reality, virtual reality or the proverbial parallel universe, you would think she would know the difference between green and purple shoes.

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  • Very interesting but some of the girls think it is a bit idealised - A bit like visiting somewhere and having a great time saying you would love to move there but the people there saying that it is not like this all the time, they have to work as well

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  • You sound incredibly basic

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  • No offence, but I felt like the first part was higher in quality than the second part.

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