Once upon a time, on the North Shore of Long Island, not far from New York, there was a quaint house.With lots of woods and gardens to get lost in. On these grounds lived a small girl. And life was pleasant there and very, very simple. But, then one day, the girl grew up and went beyond the walls of the grounds and found the world.
Mind F-cuker ((( YaWn)))
Don't assume! Always ask questions, speak up if you feel uncomfortable. Do it in a tactful manner but remove it or it will consume you. You might be very surprised with the answer.
But remember if you do not wish to know the answer don't ask the question.
P.S. It's an important start for a girl to wear a tiara in the bathtub. For bare is how she should feel her most glamorous.
Writer, Painter, Temptress, Entertainer. I am a pen and paper kinda writer. I delight in meeting people from all walks of life. I use people for what I write. I like to paint mostly with the color blue.
You will always in the grace of my company have my full attention,if you have earned it of course.
I thrive on attention being an only child and it will be to your advantage some of the time. The rest of the time I go into my own world. Please know :YOU
ARE FOREWARNED FOR THIS IS MY OWN OUTLET!You may choose to read @ your own risk. It might offend,
but I really don't care. It's non-sense. My alter ego's ( and after 35 years I have more then 1 or 2 ) It will or will not make sense @ times that's the point. Use your
imagination. It's so underrated now a days.
Conduct yourself with etiquette,and contain yourself. If you harass me, to the point of my annoyance,I'll sue you.I
have the time,I can have the patience of a Saint & the lawyers. I DO OWN THE RIGHTS TO ALL OF MY WRITINGS THEY MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED IN ANYWAY WITHOUT
MY PERMISSION.I do not own the rights to music,movies or quotes I use. It's simply added flair.
"There is more to sex appeal than just measurements. I don't need a bedroom to prove my womanliness. I can convey just as much sex appeal, picking apples off a tree or standing in the rain." — Audrey Hepburn