Tantrika Samois' Blog

Sex Ed 101 and a refresher for graduates.

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Have a great morning!



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It is so hot, my panties melted off.

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Or they would if I were actually wearing them. 90 degrees farenheit - and with humidity, the heat index puts it between 90 degrees and somewhere before the legions of Hell have broken open and spilled out onto the sidewalk.

In the meantime, I am contemplating shaving my head to cool off my brain. The only thing stopping me is that I would look like a cabbage patch doll without hair. For those of you who have no idea what that is, it means I would look like a Jim Henson muppet. A bald one. With big tits. :-p

I just realized there is almost a 20 year difference between myself and a would-be suitor in the normal world (I will not go there with him for reasons having nothing to do with his age and everything to do with having nothing to offer me except flattery and regret. I stopped trying to date "normal" males like a "normal" person a long time ago and am much better off for it, in many respects. Lucky you AND me, eh?) Almost 20 years. I guess I am getting (more) better with age than I thought. If only this meant that MY sugar daddy wasn't going to be in the age bracket that puts him somewhere between nursing home and death. After all, I would like to enjoy him some before the fun and games end! LOL ;-)

In other news, our #45 puts the moves on the French President's wife in his ever so gracious and charming way. I would be laughing more if I weren't so horrified by the lack of class, the lack of respect and the complete and utter lack of awareness of how insulting his behavior is to any woman who isn't sucking up to him for…

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Some mornings.

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Finally got myself in gear to go to gym.


Realized I had everything except gym shorts.

Returned home to get them.

Could feel my fitness resolve draining with every meter traveled.

Made it back to gym.

Sweat, enough.

Then, off to be productive.

Why is it always so hard cold starting the engine?

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Sad post. Read something else for light reading.

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So my beautiful rescue dog has some behavioral problems. I had a long talk with a dog behaviorist about him and his short history with me and the prognosis isn't good. He would have to be intensely managed for the rest of his life and short of moving to a mountain top and living alone with him, isolated from people and other dogs, he will always be a safety risk to everyone who comes in contact with him. It isn't a matter of will it happen but when and to whom... and that is the problem when you are dealing with damaged dogs. I suppose the same can be said for people but their damage is often harder to see until it really is too late and the "when" finally happened.

I was told, with no apologies that not only was she refusing to work with him for safety reasons but in reality, no responsible rescue organization will take him with his history so his only options are living in a no-kill shelter cage for the rest of his life, euthanasia or me keeping him (or giving him to someone else) with the knowledge that, because of his size and power, he is a ticking time bomb that will eventually result in the real possibility of him being put down by the State after hurting or killing another living being; adult, child or animal, in the process. And not because he is a bad animal but because he was damaged before I got him and his kind of damage isn't ever really repaired ... only managed like you manage a nuclear power generator.  It never gets better. It only gets managed as best you can to avoid the worst possible outcome.

Needless to say, I cry a lot these days…

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