Today seems to be a good day to sport my @podog tee. ;-)
Finally got to wear what I call my “smartass” tee that I’d ordered from @bustedtees.
Ever have one of those days where you’re so clumsy that you’re afraid to leave your house or do anything where you could hurt yourself? That’s me today.
How long ago were postage stamps 39 cents???!
I am such a little pack rat. Thank goodness I’ve been on a purging mission.
Sooo… Found this in a box from who-knows-when. Anyone know anything about this @nfl and @ford contest?
Ride Silicone is a 100% waterproof, pharmaceutical grade silicone intimate lubricant that will last all night and then some!
Many of you know that I am a HUGE fan of sliquidllc products, especially their silicone lube. Men, Sliquid has you in mind with their Ride BodyWorx line of products.
And here’s their Ride Silicone Lubricant. Oh yes….
Have you tried silicone lube yet? No? Oh, you must add this to your solo/partner play time. Silicone has an incredible slip without drying out (it’ll last all night!), it’s waterproof (think: shower fun!), and a little bit goes a long way.
Click the link, check it out, order at least one bottle, and you’ll see what I mean…. ;-)
Ahhhh… silicone lube, how I love you….
Felt so good to get my bare feet in the grass today. Felt good to get reconnected with the ground beneath me.
(and I shouldn’t rush putting on polish. ha.)
I really need more bras like this. It’s comfy (no wires, no padding) and girly. This is one of those times when I’m glad that I’m smaller-chested because I don’t have to worry about having serious support.
If anyone gets offended when a cool breeze comes by and my nipples stand at attention, they can just NOT look. Problem solved.
Driving home from what I hope was a great photoshoot, I kept hearing some strange squeaky sound coming from my backseat. What was that?
Was the door not closed all the way? Nah. I’d see a “door ajar” warning light.
Was there something going on with the a/c fan or vent? Nah, there aren’t any a/c vents in the backseat. And when I’d turned off the a/c, the sound was still there.
What the heck was it??? (And I was just too lazy to pull over and figure it out)
Well, about 3 miles from my house (after about 120 miles of hearing it), it dawned on me what that sound might be.
The handcuffs I’d also packed for the shoot. The metal rubbing together as the car moved must’ve been causing the sound!
So when I pulled into my garage, I got out, opened the back passenger seat, grabbed the box the handcuffs were in and gave it a light shake. There’s that sound! Ha! Figures.