gif by: Jessica Florence

The storm hit fast

Taking the lights and air with it

He was gone chasing

She was home melting

The stagnate Texas heat

Draped her like a glove

The windows open

Light breeze flowing

Until she couldn’t take it anymore

Cloth after cloth fell to the ground

Revealing her hot skin to the breeze

She lay under the window

Hoping for more

Praying for relief

She dozed in the midnight hour

Waiting for him to come home

Too hot and sticky to care how he found her

He watched her slumber from the door

Her ample breasts heaved with her every sigh

Light sheen of sweat built across her body

His fingers itched to touch her

His mouth watered to taste her

His ears burned for the sound of her moans

He wanted to be blinded by the sight of her cumming

He wanted to smell their sex fill the room

He divested

Climbed into bed

Covered her body

Her moans came quick

His expert fingers and mouth on the prowl

Her small hand searching

Finding its purpose

Squeezing and pumping him

Wanting more, needing more

Throwing her legs up

Thrusting inside her





Screams, moans, sighs

Heat rolling out into the rain-soaked Monday



I don’t know about anyone else, but I have learned that I am HORRIBLE at multi-tasking. I can’t do it. If I have too many irons in the fire, something normally gets burned.

For me recently, it’s been my blog. I hate that I have allowed my readers and followers down. I have dropped the ball on you.  But if it’s any consolation, I have dropped the ball on a lot of people. It happens every year around this time.  I literally forget to call my family. My mother will call me out of the blue and say, “Just checking to make sure you’re alive. I haven’t heard from you in three weeks.”

As most of you know, I’m a school teacher by trade. The spring is the hardest time of year because we have testing. I am a tested subject so that means that I am side-tracked and distracted most of the spring time with work stuff. Plus my crochet business blew up for a couple months and my daughter’s birthday is today. We had her party last weekend and I will be sharing photos soon. Now that the orders have slowed, and the party and testing are over, maybe I’ll be able to get back to writing on a more regular basis.

I know this is a sad apology, but that is what I’m saying to my readers and followers. I’m sorry that I fell off the blogging world, but I’m back from the black hole I call Testing Hell.