“Thank you”, he says to me, “I now know what it feels like to be in love again.
To wake up in the morning with your lovely name on my lips and my arousal waiting for attention. Can you imagine the sweet pleasure of finding a secret place and masturbating to thoughts of you. Ah love is so exciting so invigorating, making me feel young again, ready to take on the world….”
Remember in the beginning when you thought about how everything was “too perfect”? Basically waiting for the “other shoe” to drop?
My readers love me and want to get to know me - I am so grateful for all of this attention, adoration, and love. I have the answers to some popular questions from my readers, and I hope it gives you an idea of who I am. “Who is this writer?” “What’s her focus? Mental health? Beauty? Huh?”
The Making of A Santa
How many of us want to grow up and be Santa or Mrs. Claus? I can honestly say I don’t know anyone that as a child said I want to be Santa or Mrs. Claus. I don’t think that Al and Barb Davis had those dreams as child; well not that they could remember. I had the joy of speaking to Barb Prentiss-Davis last week. I had no idea when I made the call to her that I would be brought to tears by her story. Of course, they were happy tears.
I recently wanted a newfound way to analyze my dates, so one day while
on the bus to the city, I decided to come up with a list. Call me a
(VERY DARK ADULT HUMOUR!)
An Alternative Christmas film synopsis:
A business MAN from the Big City, who hates Christmas,
It was my first year of college. There I was, eighteen years old, half-drunk, and angrily launching an empty beer can at my boyfriend’s head, all in the name of being a cool girlfriend.
Gael knew parties like this. He’d never been a guest at one before. He wasn’t a guest now. He needed the judge to grant his client bail in a city where he had no friends and no favors to call in. It didn’t help that the city paper had published a photo of his client splattered with blood and looking shell shocked. This wasn’t New York. It was Atlanta and he was way too old to give pity eyes to a judge to get his way.
Communication is an integral part of our life and plays an important role in daily living. We communicate with our family members, colleagues, friends, strangers, etc. to get things done, to express our love, to ask for something, to understand others, to get new ideas, to appreciate, to learn etc. We are living in the age of communication, and people who communicate effectively are the ones who succeed better in life.