So about 2 years ago I met this guy. He was nice looking and seemed very nice. We chatted a while and long story short ended up hooking up the first night we met. The sex was incredible I must say. I was at his place for about 3 hours the first night we met and we were probably in bed for 2 of those hours.
I liked him okay but was very upfront with him that I was not looking for a relationship with him but I did acknowledge that we had really good bedroom chemistry and that
I've always loved Autumn and right into and through the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. It's been my favorite time of the year. However, today when I was putting up my Christmas tree, I had a wave of emotion overtake me like I haven't had before.
I was so looking forward to decorating. I put my Kenny G Christmas CD on. I lit my Mistletoe scented Yankee Candle which filled the house with a holiday aroma. I was really going to get into the Christmas spirit and just enjoy
So I'm at the gym this evening as I normally am most any week night. Was talking with a girl I met a few months back who takes a rigorous work-out class with me. We've talked a lot since meeting and I genuinely enjoy our talks. She's pretty, educated and intelligent. Well, I've suspected she's been interested in me in a much different way than I've been interested in her. I've never told her that I prefer men and probably won't but I thought I had said enough things to discourage her from pursuing
As I've commuted back and forth to work the last couple of weeks and just driving around my city, I have marveled at the natural beauty of the Autumn around here. The colors have been nothing short of majestic. Today, I decided I would go on a hike and really take in the Fall.
The temperature was cool today, about 48 degrees. The sky was partly sunny. I put on some long running pants and a long sleeve athletic shirt. I grabbed my Ipod and went to a local park. I played my
I was driving to work last week listening to a cool radio talk ****** The topic they were discussing nailed me and really got me thinking about my life. We are all probably familiar with the phrase "living in the past". Well, they were talking about the fact that most people don't realize it but they live in the future. What they were saying was that we tend to delay our contentment in life until sometime in the future. Some common thoughts that support their theory: