Tonight’s blog is a little different than most of my recent blogs. Tonight I want to just share a major accomplishment! I have been offered a job, doing something that I love doing while making $25.00 an hour! I recently moved to Georgia. I have been here for about a month and I have had… Continue reading Today was a good day!
We often take WORDS from passages that are either written or spoken to us. Mere WORDS. Why? Why is it that we dwell on the WORDS instead of the passage as a whole? Is it because of the sting? The sting felt with the thrust and the boldness of the WORDS that we hold on… Continue reading WORDS: Bored and Miserable
Instagram. Holds so many memories for me. It’s hard to retrace your life through photos and relive every happy moment that no longer exists. To see the smile, the passion. To hear the laughter and know that things are not how they use to be. To pinpoint when it all changed. To visually walk the… Continue reading The Days of a Myracle
Gaze into the eyes. Ignite the fire. Unite the lips. Kiss the neck. Trail the body with the tip. Indulge in the juices. Feel the throb, the shudder. The heartbeat quicken. Retrace the path. Enter. Exit. Forever this moment will be something that you CRAVE.
The yearn, the desire. Those with attraction often seek satisfaction from the body. This was the first time. Candle light flooded the room, casting shadows of their bodies on the walls. He pressed play and music filled the ears of the lovers. From the bottom to the top he covered her body with his. Her… Continue reading The First Time
The eyes tell her story. Her time so precious. The moment felt right. Her gaze left him breathless. The color had depth. His soul began to dance. Into the night they ran, hand in hand. Once the departure came to be. He reassured her : “You’re the one for me.“
4/20. The infamous date that has always meant something different to me than to the rest of the world. What others see as a date of “Mary Jane”, I see as a day of great thanks and celebration for the birth of my Mother. I have lived in the same state as my Mother for 19 years.… Continue reading Something For My Mother