Most of us use accoutrements to spice up our sex lives, whether it’s a sex life you have with yourself (and your hand) or a significant other. Well, I have a lot of accoutrements: costumes (lingerie), dildos, vibrators, cock rings, porn. You name it, I’ve got it. I even have a fuck ramp; two in … Continue reading Sex Toy, or Child’s Toy? Both…Maybe?
Kimberly’s husband George is an incredibly high-functioning man in his chosen profession. He comands respect, and people like him. He is polite and knows how to finesse situations so people on both ends of a situatoin are happy. But when he is with his family, George is not a great decision maker. (He resembles my husband … Continue reading The Full Monty in Amsterdam
Matthew has a colorful sense of humor. It’s one of the things that drew me to him. He is a big guy at 6’7” and is kind of quiet until you get to know him well. But then, well then it’s no holds barred. That’s why some of the things he does come as such … Continue reading Gift Giving, Matthew Style
There are a lot of reasons I don’t like to chaperone my kids’ school field trips. Primary among them is that I really don’t like other people’s children. My friends’ kids are ok, and my kids’ friends are ok. But if the kids are all about drama, or have bad manners, or cry wolf all … Continue reading Reasons #73 and #74 I Don’t Chaperone Field Trips
We’ve all said it before: men think with their dicks. It’s how they’re wired. And while we hope they will overcome this—either by will or by training—nature usually wins out. Classic example: Savannah and Ali were on spring break together at the beach. Every day they hauled snacks, floaties, chairs, and sun screen to and … Continue reading The Brain Below the Waist
Another excellent example of the old mantra “Never say never…” is my encounter with plastic surgery. In my pre-children days, I had stated many a time “I would never get plastic surgery. People who get boob jobs or lifts or tucks simply lack self confidence. The medical industry is preying on women and telling them … Continue reading Never Say Never III: Plastic Surgery
People always say to “Never say never,” because you have no idea where life will take you and what you will do in certain situations. But there were some things that I was sure I would never do, so I took great pleasure in saying “never will I ever do ….” And sure enough, every … Continue reading Never Say Never I: Kids