"Thank thee for the wonderful friend request! I am happy to meet thee and look forward to getting acquainted! I loved reading thy comment on the "so done posing" thread. I relate to the things you mentioned that you have learned…"
"Hello! Thank you for the friend request on here! How nice to see the request! I saw your conversation with Cotswold Quaker, and was very interested in it. Interesting insight, thanks for those posts(to both of you)! May…"
"Elin, your words are like song to me! How wonderful that you are able to wear your caps at work! I have not chosen to ask or try to do this, although I do wear my modest dress (long skirts and plain blouses) without being…"
DO what ya gotta do. I am in a family that looks different, and we get stares (sometimes) and both positive and negative reactions. But if you know God has set you on a path, and you plan on following it just know you have the support of those who understand your predicament. I cant imagine that you get worse stares than women who are wearing hijabs (sp?). I would (while wearing the bonnet) ask one about her experiences and how she deals socially. Just a thought.
Some people are sincere in their curiosity and others ( yes, I know ) are inappropriate. Is it embarrassing for your spouse?
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