Wednesday, January 4, 2012
My New Year's Memory...
My fondest memory of New Years...that would be the first year my totlet was around. I don't mean around as in living with me. The first New Years after he was born. Why would this be my favorite?
My totlet wasn't one for sleeping through the night. If it were up to him, he'd have chosen to be a night owl along with Mommy. That first New Years was a time of newness for the both of us. Me for having someone in the house who cried all the time, left pooey diapers, and insisted on chewing on my shirt. It was a new time for him because well, everything was new. New house, new dog, new people to slobber on.
We learned to grow together. Learned to deal with each other--me with the crying and tendency to have ralphing on my shirt just when I had to meet with other people, and him with well, everything.
The changing of the year reminded me that everything is precious and to not take anything for granted. I'm glad. I welcome each new year with open arms as a new chance. How about you? What does the new year mean for you? What's your favorite memory? Come on and tell me. I can't wait to find out.
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Sometimes love just ain’t enough...
River Cortland trusted the person he loved. His faith couldn’t protect him from the bitter sting of a cold-hearted Domme. If he’s going to learn to trust again, he’s got to deal with his past. His roommate and best friend, Tory, has seen the physical damage and hasn’t walked away. Can he deal with the emotional scars as well?
Tory McClellan wanted the carefree life...until one night with River changed everything. There’s more to the shy art teacher and Tory wants to know everything-how he tastes, the scent of his skin, the feel of his body as they make love. What terror lies behind River’s brown eyes? Better yet, how can Tory make the sadness go away and be in River’s life, permanently?
Reader Advisory: This story contains flashbacks of a rape, anal sex, light bondage and spanking.
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