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Oh..i need a lawyer, fencing and siding guy too.  

 

And please be descent with the price and charge me with the same price with your other clients.

 

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     Having grown up in a small village where everyone knows each other, I understand where you're coming from.

 With all the gossips, privacy is non-existant. Acceptance can be slow, mostly if moving there without knowing or being related to someone and if you don't quite fit their mold.

     This is what I like about living in an apartment building near downtown Ottawa. No matter what I do, nobody cares unless a dozen police cars show up. LOL

      Hopefully, you'll find contractors and legal representations in nearby villages to help you.

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Thank you.

Btw, it's pretty embarrassing to tell you i don't even have any friends in my village but yet, everyone seems to know and avoid me.

I used to have a nice lady who also moved from Ontario, London Ont, to be more precise. She was the only one who was willing to help me doing my daily errands cleaning the house and all the mess from the animals once a week.

No more!  I think her boyfriend who is from the village told her who i am, and she has "dissappeared" since then.

Ahhh...my life lol

But no worries..i will try my best to keep smiling and wave to them until they finally accept me ... hopefully..😢

 

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What a pickle. Everyone likes sex but you cant talk loudly.
 

Disclaimer: "I am not the expert, ignore my advice" If someone asks, just say you are in entertainment business. No ones business what kind of entertainment you do. 

 

Yes you would lose some friends after knowing what you do. But you would make new as well. 

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I did some help in the past including those who were willing to stay and help me.

But i fired all of them because I don't support their intentions.

My intention is a mutual help, respect and mutual understanding.

From my part, i will give you a beautiful place to live, food, pocket money and yes, you can even use one of my cars.

But, i will not accept criminal, thief, liar, lazy people or people who have sexy unrealistic thoughts...like o my i can live for free and fuck her free or people who have "double face" , being nice in front of me but did the opposite when i was away or not at home.

No, it won't work that way.

You have to genuinely like and are willing to support me in order to be part of the "family" (me, my profession, dogs, cats, chickens)

I have fired and literally asked 3 people to leave my house after working for me for awhile since they are not what they promise or say who they are.

It's very challenging to find the right one indeed.

But no worries... I'm optimistic i can find a good one soon.

When you see me start announcing Canada or worldwide tour again,  it means i have already found the right guy.

Cross the fingers my friend.

 

Time to bed zzzz

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20 minutes ago, boyguls said:

What a pickle. Everyone likes sex but you cant talk loudly.
 

Disclaimer: "I am not the expert, ignore my advice" If someone asks, just say you are in entertainment business. No ones business what kind of entertainment you do. 

 

Yes you would lose some friends after knowing what you do. But you would make new as well. 

They already know, especially the men.  Leolist is more popular than i thought lol

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A lot of jealousy  you are one of the most beautiful ladies I have ever seen. A total class act

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Allie, sorry to hear off these issues you are having in our Rural New Brunswick. You have a beautiful location. Yes there could be some jealously? But having a small business myself I cannot find local neighbours to do chores and I cannot offer benifits!! Stay positive and live on, you are beautiful and bring good citizenship to any community! Cheers!

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Thank you guys.

The issue that i am having right now that people in my village are not comfortable to deal with an escort in real life.

The first month of me moving, they were actually pretty nice.  It's gradually changing when they know i work as an escort with plenty of cars coming and leaving, to and from my house daily.  Therefore i stop or at least avoid having clients at my house.

They do however still respect me although they don't want to interact with me.  They can see that i mow my lawn regularly, feed the chicken several times a day and walk my dogs twice a day.

I never make any disturbance and i live a normal life in general... wake up at 7 and sleep by 11 pm.  Pretty regular and normal.  What's not normal for them is my profession.

I feel truly lonely and stranded.

 

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Therefore i've decided to change the perception, not only the perception of my neighbors but also people in my surroundings in general.

Before, i tried to disguise by trying to look as ugly or as different as possible in real life by wearing terrible outfits or different hairstyles but it's not a great strategy.

First, i lost clients once they saw me.

Second, i felt pretty uncomfortable  not combing my hair or not showered or wore different, not matching socks daily lol (joke😅)

Anyway, i:ve decided to cheer myself up and face the reality.  Im no longer living in a big city and i have to start getting used to live in the village.  Thanks God Moncton is only 30 min away and Halifax is 2.5 hours, Fredericton, St John and Charlotte town are within 2 hours.

I'm willing to drive to see my clients or shopping or enjoying all activities that Halifax or Moncton, Charlottetown Fredericton or St John have to offer.

As a matter of fact, im leaving for Halifax soon.

I have to fight my loneliness and start making friends and enjoy my life living in a village.

It's not easy but i will try my very best.

 

Allie 

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14 minutes ago, Happy Fisherman69 said:

You are beautiful as you are!

ah sweet.  Beauty is only skin deep and i am at the age that i have to say good bye, slowly but surely, to my "used to be great" physical attributes since they are not longer that great to be honest.

My body, although it's still pretty good for my age but it cannot be compared to those who are in their 20s or to the younger version of me.

Don't get me wrong...i know the importance of look in this industry.  But at the same time, we cannot combat aging effectively at this point.  Maybe in 100 years, but at this point, it's hard to look 25 when we are already in our 50s like myself.  But yet, clients are very selective and picky and tend to choose the most beautiful, fresh and young one.

I get that.  I work very hard daily to maintain my look.

But deep down in my heart, i have to focus on something else more profound...you know,  like my health (mental, physical, intellectual)  and happiness the most.

That kind of attitude, " look at me, i am the best looking girl around" does not apply anymore and will carry me no where

 

I am ready to walk with my dogs and off to Halifax:)

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I'm really glad to hear you own your profession and you're right theres nothing to be ashamed of. And if i lived in your village i would proudly be your friend. Keep it up and don't get discouraged.  I have some friends in new brunswick and I have heard the smaller areas are a little more conservative but do what you girl! Stay proud! You seem like a lovely person

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Hi Allie,

 The truth is, most people in all small communities are just barely acquaintances.  They give the token hello...maybe a smile but that's about it. Negative gossiping is a community sport and small minded attitudes are deeply entrenched.  Just the world we live in.

Forget trying to change them.  Suggest focusing on finding just two or three real friends from outside the community...ones you can be honest with..laugh with and hang with.

Help and services will need to be from outside the community as well. Tough to find but possible.

You will not change the narrow position of the existing community members...just smile and enjoy your life and nature.  Hard to accept...because you are naturally sweet, friendly and caring. Life is too short chasing the impossible.  Warm hugs to you.🤗

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12 hours ago, Allie Zeon said:

Hi everyone,

I hope i can discuss and share my life living as an escort in my village of 3000 people and I hope some of you can help me solve the problem.

First of all, i never live in a village before so the idea to move to a beautiful, serene, near the ocean with some acreages sounded like a dream 2 1/2 years ago when i move full time to the province.

People seem to be very friendly and are truly welcoming in general.

I will have the same opinion about living here if I live and work like "normal" people.

Unfortunately, as we all know here, I am an escort with my photos and videos all over the internet and it's way too late to blur them by now.

People have treated me differently the moment they realize i am an escort.

I have a hard time finding friends, i have a hard time to find plumber, painter, carpenter, contractor or even someone who are willing to help me walking my dogs or mowing my lawn.  Everyone keeps the distance since they want they good reputation intact.  They refuse to work for me even though im willing to pay them their fee.

This issue has been going on for 2 years, just few months after they realize the Asian lady who just moved in the neighborhood from Toronto is actually Allie Zeon 😞

 

I was stressed at the beginning but now, i truly want to prove to all of them that even though i am an escort, I am actually a normal, good person just as good and "normal" as them. The only difference is i work as an escort.

I personally don't have any problem working in this profession since I truly believe that we, as escorts, contribute to the well being of men who deserve human touch, companionship and sex that they might be lacking at home...so what's to be embarrassed about?

Anyway, long story short, i've decided to move forward and create my little community of people who appreciate me as a person and as an escort and hopefully we can build a relationship to raise people's awareness that escorts are not necessarily a criminal and/or drug addict.

 

Therefore, if you are a handy man, contractor, dog walker/ pet sitter who are willing to help me, my house and my animals please get back to me by PM.

I need your help to erase the negative stigma of an escort.

If you happen to lose your job and need a place and food.  I can accommodate you with that as well.  But you truly have to appreciate me fully and love animals.  I have dogs, cats and chickens.  I love them, they are my children.

 

Enough rambling.

Happy Halloween 🎃

 

Allie 

@Allie Zeon i truly hope you can find someone to accommodate to what you need 💕 i can honestly and truly say i fully understand what you are feeling! 

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Thank you the support and comments everyone 😘

Omg... I'm driving now, on my way to Halifax.  

No text and drive according to the recent news lol.

Will reply to all comments tonight ❤️

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  No matter the type of business, this pretty much applies to anyone intending to work from home. On top of complying with regulations and bylaws, maintaining a good relationship with neighbors will make things much smoother. 

   But sadly, it only takes one "karen"(or Chad) to make life and business complicated for everyone.

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Allie, 
You are a beautiful soul and you have made life a great success. I appreciate a lot of what you said, and I've tightened my bootstraps as I have followed some of your wise words.

The stigma against what we do for work it very challenging. As a newer person to places, I find it takes about 5 years to create a new city or town home. The east coast has its charm of everyone being friendly on the surface but it's very challenging to create solid friendships and people you can depend on. Add in what we do, it makes life very isolating. I personally don't let out what I do for work unless 100% necessary and sadly there are many you still can't trust with the information. I've lost places to live, a career and friends over it.  This job, as much as we love it and it has it perks, has some darker demons like discrimination and isolation we have to deal with daily. 

Hopefully one day we can be fully accepted as the beautiful job we provide. Until then, I am available for a cup of tea and my door is open if you need an ear to listen. 

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1 hour ago, StephanieMystique said:

Allie, 
You are a beautiful soul and you have made life a great success. I appreciate a lot of what you said, and I've tightened my bootstraps as I have followed some of your wise words.

The stigma against what we do for work it very challenging. As a newer person to places, I find it takes about 5 years to create a new city or town home. The east coast has its charm of everyone being friendly on the surface but it's very challenging to create solid friendships and people you can depend on. Add in what we do, it makes life very isolating. I personally don't let out what I do for work unless 100% necessary and sadly there are many you still can't trust with the information. I've lost places to live, a career and friends over it.  This job, as much as we love it and it has it perks, has some darker demons like discrimination and isolation we have to deal with daily. 

Hopefully one day we can be fully accepted as the beautiful job we provide. Until then, I am available for a cup of tea and my door is open if you need an ear to listen. 

Thank you 💖

I only hear good things about Stephanie, i appreciate your words of wisdom.

 

Will reply in more details tonight or tomorrow ❤️

 

Allie 

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I am sad to hear of your isolation, and hope you will continue to believe in your worth as a human being with a good heart. As for your comments about fading perfection, I hope you will continue to see yourself as imperfectly glorious. Age does not blemish a beautiful soul. I hope you find true friends and professional service-providers in time. Be well.

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22 hours ago, JaydenC said:

I'm really glad to hear you own your profession and you're right theres nothing to be ashamed of. And if i lived in your village i would proudly be your friend. Keep it up and don't get discouraged.  I have some friends in new brunswick and I have heard the smaller areas are a little more conservative but do what you girl! Stay proud! You seem like a lovely person

Thank you 💗

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20 hours ago, Hailey19 said:

@Allie Zeon i truly hope you can find someone to accommodate to what you need 💕 i can honestly and truly say i fully understand what you are feeling! 

Thank you Hailey

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22 hours ago, Sumac said:

Hi Allie,

 The truth is, most people in all small communities are just barely acquaintances.  They give the token hello...maybe a smile but that's about it. Negative gossiping is a community sport and small minded attitudes are deeply entrenched.  Just the world we live in.

Forget trying to change them.  Suggest focusing on finding just two or three real friends from outside the community...ones you can be honest with..laugh with and hang with.

Help and services will need to be from outside the community as well. Tough to find but possible.

You will not change the narrow position of the existing community members...just smile and enjoy your life and nature.  Hard to accept...because you are naturally sweet, friendly and caring. Life is too short chasing the impossible.  Warm hugs to you.🤗

True.

Honestly, my closest neighbors who literally live beside me are not the problem.  In between our houses, we are separated by, each, 2 acres of land, and we respect our boundary and privacy.

There was a problem in the past due to my dogs being too protective.  I apologized and put all the dogs inside the house and use one of my SUV to take them twice daily to the nearest forest to walk instead of them roaming in my yard. I can't walk them in my yard since they will run and chase the neighbor's dog.

Next year, I am thinking of building up a huge dog run for them so it's much easier for a pet sitter to take care of them.

I have 7 german shepherds. No, it's not a typo.  SEVEN 😅. 5 pure breds,  1 mix with border collie and 1 mix with husky and lab.

Why 7?  I was so lonely during lockdown so i bought more puppies,

No longer puppies now...they have grown to, at least 85 pounds each.

I can't give them away.  We bond together.  My house is also their house.

These dogs make it much harder to find someone who's willing to take care of them when I'm away.

Therefore, starting in Spring next year, full privacy dog run/fence hopefully will be built.

1 persian cat named Venus and 1 exotic shorthaired Toby, live happily in the house, mostly in the basement.  Toby adores the shepherds and literally waiting by the door each time we are back home from the forest.

Dozens of Japanese bantams chicken roam my 2.5 acres land freely.  It's such a pleasure to see them playing around in the yard.

I have 4 car garages, heated.  2 of the garages have become a barn for the chicken.

There! Big family and the animals are so happy...i cant give them away.

 

Now, there's one human who takes care of them and unfortunately, the human has much more needs and wants and she is not completely happy being alone in one place without any contact with other humans.  Not to mention she has a hard time to deal with people who refuse to work for her.

That human is me.

Due to the nature of my problem and partly due to my profession, only people who are truly desperate in needing a place to live, are willing to say yes.

And unfortunately, those kind of people, in most cases, are not exactly good people.  In my case, they are liar, lazy people and thieves. One has a mental issue and unstable.

That is why nobody is willing to help them but me.

But ultimately, i had to ask them to leave the house.

This time, i am more experienced in selecting the candidate.

 

By creating this thread, im openly asking for help for those who are willing to help me and my family.

Lastly, even in Moncton, lots of people know me,  men especially.  They recognize my face.

 

 

 

 

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