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HRH Update

I just got HRH back from the vet. She is still sedated, and sleeping peacefully. She has a urinary tract infection. The veterinarian gave her some fluids, an antibiotic injection, and some medicine for her to take for seven days. I was told she should be feeling much better in about two or three days. I will have to take her back next week for a check up. In all, my poor sick girl will cost me about $200, but for the love and companionship I have received from her over the last 15 years (and hopefully, many years to come), it is absolutely worth it.

The cat does not offer services. The cat offers itself. Of course he wants care and shelter. You don’t buy love for nothing.

William S. Burroughs

Moment of Zen: Alone Time


I love being around other people. I’m usually a very social person, that is as long as I know the people I’m with (otherwise, I can be quite shy). But sometimes, and I suspect we are all a little like this, I enjoy being alone. Yes, one of my most fervent wishes is to find a man with whom to spend the rest of my life, but I will still most likely enjoy some alone time. Sometimes, that alone time can be quite wonderful and relaxing. I was enjoying such a moment of alone time the other day, when I was inspired to write this post. This may be a bit more risqué than my usual “Moment of Zen,” but since it’s my birthday today, I decided to indulge myself in a more seductive moment.

Now this would certainly be better with some one else, but that’s another scenario. I was lying in a bubble bath, when this began to consume my thoughts, but it could have also, just as easily, been while lying lazily in bed. It’s that moment when you are alone. It may be peacefully quiet, or soft music could be playing. It really doesn’t matter, but it is whatever gets you in your most relaxed state. For me, I was taking a bubble bath, something I love, but rarely do.

I began to think of a certain beautiful young man, and since I was naked, my hand drifted to my penis. This was not a moment that I was intent to bring myself to orgasm, but to merely fondle myself. I began to gently run my fingers around my balls and up my shaft, slowly allowing the blood to rush to the now attentive appendage. I never fully grasped the shaft, but gently used my fingers to stroke my member to its full tumescence. Once fully aroused, I was completely relaxed and began to slowly stroke myself, moving up and down. Occasionally, I would linger around the head, lightly running a finger around, sometimes paying a little more attention to the sensitive underside, before working my way back down. I then took my balls in my hand and gently rolled them around, tugging them lightly before moving back up the shaft.

On lazy days, this is one of my favorite things to do, whether I’m slick with soap in the bath or using some lubricant while lying in bed. It’s a great way to relax. Often, when lying in bed at night, especially after a tiring day, I love to do this. When I’m really tired, I know I don’t want to have to deal with the clean-up after orgasm, so this is a great way to release tension. Just a teasingly slow solo activity that lulls me to sleep. When I do this at night before I fall asleep, I usually dream peacefully of carnal pleasures and awaken with that glorious male event known as morning wood. Taking care of that to a climax is a wonderful way to wake up and get your day started. It’s made even better by the more intense orgasm that results from the leisurely, anticipatory, but non-climactic events of the previous night.

A Whimsical Wednesday


I racked my brain for a post last night, but came up with nothing. I was also incredibly sleepy. I’d dozed off twice trying to come up with a topic. So I began to browse through some picture I had found on the Internet and saved. I loved this one. It was so cute and whimsical, and you guys know how much I love cats, especially my own HRH.

I have been in an exceptionally good mood this week and last. It could be that I am finally recovering from my cold, or it could have to do with the fact that we will be out of school all of next week. It could have to do with the fact that I’ve had some wonderful conversations with friends this week, and with one friend in particular. If this friend is reading this, then he knows who he is and that he puts a smile on my face.

I hope each of you are having a wonderful week.

Times Have Changed


Actually, it’s just the time that has changed, and it drives me crazy. I enjoyed having the extra hour of sleep yesterday, but I still woke up at the normal time to get ready for church. Last night my body was not used to the time change and it felt like it was so late, but it was only 9pm. I’m hoping I will get used to going to bed a bit early and thus get a better night’s sleep, but I know once I get used to the time change, then I will be back to my old schedule again. I just hope that for a few mornings that my body will think I’m sleeping late.

Maybe I will be in a better mood this week. I really wasn’t in a bad mood last week, but my students thought I was. I was a raving bitch to my students, but most of that had to do with me not wanting to deal with their attitudes anymore. This year I have more students who talk back or just refuse to stop talking and interrupting class, so I’m taking care of it once and for all. They can either learn to act like students with manners who know how to behave like a proper student, or they can spend more and more time with our headmaster. Hopefully, my students have learned their lesson, and it won’t have to be a bitch this weeks too.

Here’s hoping that we all have a wonderful week, and that the time change doesn’t mess us up too much.

True Confession


At school, we have this one particular coach that is very hot and has an amazing butt. Since most of the day he teaches P.E., he is almost always wearing athletic shorts, which shows off his butt incredibly. As one of my coworkers likes to say, “I hate to see him go, but I sure do love to watch him walk away.” Honestly, it’s mesmerizing, and it never fails to make me incredibly horny. He has one of those amazingly shaped men’s asses in which the cheeks move up and down separately as he walks….I have to just turn away and think of dead puppies or something to keep from getting incredibly turned on. It also doesn’t hurt that he is incredibly nice, and he makes his athletes behave. Not enough coaches these days take their job as role model serious enough; they only care about winning, not understanding that if your players respect you, then they will try even harder. His athletes, though, know their punishment will be hell if they cause a teacher trouble. Oh, and have I failed to mention that he has the most gorgeous blue eyes?

I’m not the only one who notices either. All of the girls at school think he is “just so hot.” The female teachers feel the same way. It was really tough last year during spring sports when he had a coaching intern/assistant coach that was just as hot, if not a little more so (but he was a bit young for my taste). They made nice eye candy at lunch.

While I’m confessing, I probably should admit that as I was writing this post last night, I was incredibly horny, which is probably the reason that this was on my mind enough to,actually write this post.

Moment of Zen: HRH


With my headaches these last few days, my moments of Zen have all included my cat, HRH. She is a wonderful companion who knows how to comfort me in my time of pain. There are few things as comfortable as cuddling with a kitty, unless it it cuddling with a cute guy like in these photos.





All photos in this post are from Cute Boys with Cats20130719-224906.jpg



I tend to have a high tolerance for pain. Mainly, it’s because I’ve suffered with headaches my entire life. Rarely does a day go by when I don’t have a headache at some point. I’ve learned to deal with it and suffer through the pain. Most of the time a pain reliever helps; sometimes nothing does. I’ve have taken numerous medicines throughout my life to try and prevent having headaches, but nothing has ever been effective. Some have had bad aide effects, such as when a doctor prescribed Elavil (amitriptyline). It gave me night terrors. Another was Ativan (lorazepam) is supposed to be a short term drug; usually its recommended that someone should not for longer than 3-6 months. If used for long periods of time, it causes severe depression. I was a teenager when I took this drug and was on it for over a year. Some of the severe side effects include confusion, depressed mood, thoughts of suicide or hurting yourself;. Not only did it not help my headaches, but it also caused severe depression. Combine the side effects of Ativan and a teenager confused about his sexuality, and you have a dangerous mix. It was during this time that I attempted suicide. I was 16 at the time.

I’m writing this because I was thinking last night of my problems with headaches. Sinus headaches, tension headaches, cluster headaches, and migraines all have afflicted me through my life. What I take for my headaches depends on what type it is. Sometimes nothing helps. Medicine may lessen the pain, but not make it go away. Beginning Wednesday night before I went to bed, my head began to hurt. I took something and went to sleep. I woke with a headache the next morning, and I knew it would be a bad one. It was one of those that hurt all over, especially behind my eyes and the back of my head. This was also a headache that came with nausea, photophobia, phonophobia, and lightheadedness. Thankfully, these types of headaches, which is generally a mixture of migraine and tension headaches, only happen 2-3 days out of a year. However, when they do occur, they are quite incapacitating. I stayed in bed most of the day yesterday and took the strongest pain medicine I had. It barely fazed it.

HRH, my cat, gave me some comfort. She lay beside me and kept patting my head with her paw. After 15 years, she knows when I have a headache. I’m sure there is a mixture of genetic, physical, and psychological reasons for my headaches. I’ve had them for as long as I can remember. Maybe one day, they will either stop or they will find some kind of preventive measure that works. I hope each of you are some of the blessed people who never suffer from headaches, and if you do suffer from headaches, I hope that it is infrequently. I assume that most people who have some type of chronic condition learns to deal with it in the best way they can, as I have learned to deal with my headaches.