Today is the most happiest day in my life. I finally confessed to my mom about wanting to be a woman and she approves. She laughed at first and told me that I won't go through with it but I told her that I'm going to do it. This is my dream and I'm going to make it happen. I asked her again if she'll support me and she said yes. So now the most important person in the world to me is my supporter. I am truly a very happy girl. I knew joking with her yesterday did the trick. It made it easy to tell her. I wanted to see where she stood on this and I knew I can tell her. I wouldn't have done it without a little push. Thanks Abi. I did it. I no longer have to hide my lifestyle from her or my best friend. With my best friend and my mom by my side as my support, I can do anything. I even managed to tell another friend of mine as a joke to see what he would say and he actually said he'll support me and he has my back. So I told him the truth and he was cool and supportive with it. Then I told one of my co-workers who's a girl, and she said, "Really? I'm happy for you." That right there, I couldn't help but smile. That really made my day. I told her the name I'm going by and she said , "That's a cool name." So if there are any doubts that I had about this decision, they are gone now. I have my mom, two of my friends and co-worker supporting me. My co-worker definitely wants to see how I look like when I transition and I told her I would. I was on cloud nine. I'm a cook and server. My job duties also involve cleaning the restroom. Yeah I know, not glamorous but it pays the bills. When I got to Women's restroom, I couldn't help but smile because I said to myself, "Pretty soon, that will be you. You will become a woman." Kind of a weird way to end the day but hey, I'm happy. So today is the day that Andrew Robert Finones has died, and in his place, Selina Prince Finones has risen to take her place in life and on the road to womanhood. To all my sisters out there that are nervous about coming out, it's alright. I been there but there is a bright light at the end, when you do come out, the weight will come off of your shoulders and the rest is history. So all my sisters out there, you are all Wonder Women and thank you for staying true to yourself because without you leading the way, Selina, would never been born. I love you all. Here's to womanhood. We truly are one!