They have about as much expression as Kristen Stewart manages to muster in all 5 films (IE: 0. Nada. Nothing. Zilch. Zip.)
Nicely though, I have 2 shifts to do this week before I have 4 days off without any sort of interaction needed (except from my girl, obviously.) And then I have the work's Xmas meal which will be more stressful than necessary.
On a not work related note; I just found a lump on one of our little ratty boy's jaw- good thoughts please for him because he'll be going to the vet this week. Hopefully it'll just be an abcess.
This is the lad;
This might get a bit long, but stick with it if you can.
For .... well, as long as I remember, I've not really identified as the gender I was born.
I'm not transgender; it's not that I FEEL like a man in a woman's body, or wish to present as one, as such. I feel somewhere in the middle. Like, I do not feel like a woman or a man entirely. I feel a lot more like a man than a woman a lot of the time- I dress in a more masculine way and see myself as such, I cosplay only male characters, my personality is more like that of a male; but I also enjoy aspects of my femininity- I usually like my boobs and I like my long, girly-style hair, and I enjoy my vagina and most of its functions. Menstruation gives me dysphoria however I am also tokophobic (fear of childbirth and pregancy) which probably doesn't help!! xD I have spent YEARS trying to figure out how to explain this to people without sounding ridiculous or whiny or like I just don't know what's going on.
And now I have a term. Genderqueer.
And...the relief is amazing. I know I don't need to label myself under this broad, umbrella term....but I HAVE a term to use, one that fits and one I can use to help explain. It makes me feel so much better. :)
SO I think that's about it? Awesome.