Friday, April 30, 2010

I love showering outdoors and I love Rain Showers. These things aren't cheap. They can run anywhere from $65 to $400 or more. But they are so worth it. I love to see my man showering outside under a rain shower.


Thursday, April 29, 2010

SOMETHING IN THE WAY HE MOVES Roberto Bolle is an Italian ballet dancer. He is currently a principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre and also holds guest artist status with The Royal Ballet and La Scala Theatre Ballet, making regular appearances with both companies. Bolle danced at the opening ceremony of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin where he performed a solo created for him by Enzo Cosimi. The ceremony was broadcast worldwide and seen by 2.5 billion people. He has appeared in numerous fashion and style magazines, and has been featured in advertising campaigns; Ferragamo featured Bolle in a 2008 promotion. Bolle also has an agreement with Giorgio Armani, who supplies him with clothes. He also was featured in Vogue US 2009 alongside supermodel Coco Rocha in an editorial spread. Since 1999 he has been a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF. In 2006 he visited Sudan, spending time at schools and hospitals. As of June 2007, he had raised over $655,000 for education and health projects in Sudan. From Wikipedia


Wednesday, April 28, 2010

I'm fascinated by my counters. I have a world map that tells me where in the world my readers are and a counter tells me how many page views and visits I have had. Since April 10th when I first installed the counter, I have had 5,670 page views and 1,701 visits. From what I understand, a page view is someone who logs on but does not look at any other page than the first. A visit is someone who looks at another page after viewing the first. My world map also tells me how many visits per country. Here's a list:
US 572
Germany 104
Canada 102
France 121
Spain 74
United Kingdom 73
Australia 47
Brazil 33
Netherlands 21
Japan 19
Switzerland 17
Portugal 16
Poland 16
Indonesia 14
Mexico 14
Russia 14
Greece 13
Thailand 11
United Arab Emirates 9
Malaysia 8
Korea 8
Belgium 7
South Africa 7
Hungary 6
India 5
Finland 5
Croatia 4
Romania 4
Austria 4
Vietnam 4
Czech Republic 4
Phillipines 4
Taiwan 4
Norway 3
Sweden 3
Chile 3
New Zealand 3
Oman 3
Ireland 3
Lithuania 3
Bulgaria 2
Serbia 2
Iran 2
Qatar 2
Pakistan 2
Columbia 2
Algeria 2
Madeira 1
Azores 1
Canary Isles 1
Sudan 1
Nigeria 1
Yemen 1
Jamaica 1
Puerto Rico 1
Guernsey 1
Isle of Man 1
Ukraine 1
Turkey 1
Slovia 1
Morocco 1
Hong Kong 1

I would love to hear from you. Please just sign in and leave a message where you're from. I want to give a shout out to my readers in Guernsey, the Canary Islands, Madeira and the Azores. These are all places I want to visit someday.
I Can't Wait!

True Blood has cast two new characters, including the boyfriend of vampire king Russell Edgington, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Hollywood newcomer Theo Alexander will join the cast as Talbot, an “intensely beautiful” vampire who loves to cook.

Greece-born Alexander will be sharing the screen with actor Denis O'Hare, who plays his love interest, Russell

Also announced, Grant Bowler will play Coot, a werewolf ringleader of a biker gang. Bowler has recently appeared on 13 episodes of Ugly Betty as Vanessa Williams’s love interest.
From The Advocate
MORNING RAIN SHOWER with Leandro Ghidini


Tuesday, April 27, 2010

GETTING WET.. and one of the hottest pictures I have ever seen.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Peek a Boo

Channing Tatum was born on April 26, 1980, in a small town called Cullman, outside of Birmingham, Alabama. Growing up, he was full of energy and somewhat troublesome, so his parents decided to enroll him in different sports such as track and field, baseball, soccer, and football to keep him out of trouble. In the ninth grade he was sent to military school. It was there that he discovered his passion for football and his hopes became centered on earning an athletic college scholarship. Channing's goal was finally met, and in his senior year in high school, he was recruited and earned a full athletic college scholarship to a school in West Virginia.

Tatum is also skilled in Kung Fu and in Gor-Chor Kung Fu, a form of martial arts, in which he has earned belts in both. Channing later left college and, in the meantime, worked as a construction worker and mortgage broker and salesman. He has modeled for Abercrombie & Fitch, Nautica, Gap, Aeropostale, Emporio Armani, and has been featured in television commercials for American Eagle, Pepsi, and some very popular mountain dew commercials.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Chapter 3
The halls were crammed with students at their lockers before the first period of the day. Books, lunches, purses and binders were being stuffed into the small spaces. As the bell rang announcing the five minute warning, lockers slammed shut, the halls filled with anxiety and excitement as students ran to their classes. Doug was running late and slammed his locker, racing to English. He entered the room and saw Laurie, Jill and Jeff seated at their desks. He took a seat across from Jeff.
“Hey, how’re you?” Jeff asked.
Doug nodded and watched Jim and Mark stroll into the class. As Jim walked by, he nodded to Doug and glanced over at Jeff without saying a word. He sat behind Jill and started playing with her hair. Mark took the seat across from Jim as Ted Wright, the English teacher, walked into the room with a leather briefcase. He set it on the desk and walked to the chalkboard, picking up a piece of chalk, he wrote, ‘Ted Wright’ on the board.
“I hear he’s a queer,” Jim whispered to Jill.
“Shut-up. You think everyone is,” she replied.
As he finished writing his name, Ted turned back to the class. “My name is Ted Wright, but because of a certain protocol that must be adhered to at this school to satisfy the establishment’s need for control, you are required to refer to me as Mr. Wright. In private, please feel free to call me Ted.”
“How private, Ted,” Jim lisped under his breath.
The students in the room began to relax in their seats.
“This is a class about English Literature. In this class we will discuss Literature and its relevancy to our lives today. In order to have an intelligent conversation about literature, you must read, and in order to insure that you will read, and I don’t mean the Cliff Notes, I must instill the fear of the occasional pop quiz. The rest of the class is discussion and essay.” Groans filled the room. “In the essay you will show me that you can take the information from the literature you have read and the discussions to form an opinion and put more than two sentences together in an intelligent and coherent manner. OK? Now I’d like to know what you read over your summer break. Starting here in the front, we’ll make our way around the room.
A pretty blond in the front row in the seat closest to the door was playing with the ends of her hair, biting the split ends. She looked up and saw that he was referring to her.
“Nothing,” she said.
“Nothing? No magazines, cereal boxes? Reader’s Digest?”
“Some magazines.”
“Well, which ones?”
“Uh, ‘Life’, and ‘Look’ and ‘Modern Screen’. My mom’s magazines.” She went back to her split ends.
Ted was not feeling good about this. “OK, next.”
“’Wuthering Heights’, ‘Emma’, and ‘Pride and Prejudice’.
“Wow, that must have kept you busy.”
“I love to read. Especially nineteenth century English Literature.”
“You should do just fine in here, Miss..?”
“Wilks, Rosemary Wilks.” Rosemary smiled and it was obvious she was smitten with Mr. Wright. She was a plain brunette and had never felt more at home than in this class; except of course when she was curled up in her room lost in the world of Jane Austen.
“Thank you Miss Wilks. Next, Mr.?”
“Beadsly.” Doug was sitting behind Rosemary. “’Siddhartha and ‘The Lord of the Rings’.”
“All three books of the trilogy? What about ‘The Hobbit’?”
“I already read it.”
“Anything else by Hesse?”
“I’m reading ‘Narcissus and Goldmund’ now.”
“Excellent.” Ted was starting to feel that this year might be pretty good after all. “It sounds like we just might have some readers in here. It makes my job so much easier. Next.”
“Zip?” Maybe Ted had gotten his hopes up too soon.
Mark Peterson was sitting behind Doug and thought it was his responsibility to be the class clown in all his classes. “Yeah, nothing. You see I’m usually like this avariciounal reader, you see. Can’t get enough of it. I like to read a lot, but you see, I was like helping.. you see, I joined the Peace Corps this summer and I was so busy helping the people of this third world country become Americanized, that I just didn’t have much time to read this summer, Ted. Oh, I forgot, I did read ‘Playboy’.”
The class broke out in giggles and laughter.
“Just the articles, Mr..?”
“Peterson, yeah, just the articles. What else is there?”
There was more laughter and Mr. Wright smiled in spite of himself.
“I’m glad to see we also have some comedians in the class. It should make for some lively discussions. I look forward to more of your excuses, Mr. Peterson. Alright, moving across the aisle, Mr..?”
“Masters.” Jim just sat there.
“Well, Mr. Masters? What did you read this summer?”
“That’s it?”
“Yep.” Jim stared at Ted.
“Just the pictures and not the articles, I presume. Next.”
“‘Ramparts Magazine’, ‘Lord of the Flies’ for the second time. I just finished ‘The Feminine Mystique’ and oh yeah, ‘Valley of the Dolls’.”
“Very eclectic tastes, Miss..?”
“Walters, Jill Walters.”
Ted’s eyes moves from Jill to Jeff. He hadn’t noticed him before now. Ted was going to have a hard time not staring at this one.
“’Siddhartha’ and ‘Narcissus and Goldmund’.” Jeff turned and glanced at Doug who looked back at him and then to the back of Rosemary Wilks’ head. Jeff looked back to Mr. Wright. “Uh, ‘Brave New World’, ‘Walden’, uh, ‘Leaves of Grass’, and um, ‘Women in Love’, ‘Trout Fishing in America’, uh, ‘The Poem of Arthur Rimbaud’.” He pronounced it Rimbode. “And..” Jeff paused and his face turned a little red, “’The Charioteer’.”
Mr. Wright smiled knowingly. My God, this kid was beautiful. “A Mary Renault fan?”
“Yeah.” Jeff blushed even more.
“Have you read ‘The Persian Boy’?”
“Last summer.”
Mr. Wright nodded. “It’s pronounced, Ram-bo.”
“Excuse me?”
“The poet, Arthur Rimbaud. It’s pronounced, Ram-bo.”
“A very impressive list, Mr..?”
“Rosen, Jeff Rosen.”
“Have a little time on your hands this summer, Mr. Rosen?”
“We just moved here this summer.”
“I see, well welcome to San Rita High, Mr. Rosen and for all you Hermann Hesse fans, may I recommend, ‘Steppenwolf’ and the ‘The Glass Bead Game’.” Doug looked up and saw Mr. Wright look from him to Jeff. Jeff glanced over at Doug who looked back at Rosemary’s brown hair. Laurie watched it all and smiled to herself.
“OK, who’s next?”

Wednesday, April 21, 2010


Jonathan Groff is the new kid on Glee this season and he is adorable. A new Broadway Baby joins the cast. He and Lea Michele starred together in Spring Awakening in New York in the original cast, for which he was nominated for a Tony. I saw the show just before they left and loved it. It was one of the most exciting and original new musicals I have seen. He left the show to perform in the Public Theatre production of Hair. Unfortunately, he was the only cast member to not get naked.

I saw Jonathan recently in the Ang Lee film, Taking Woodstock, playing Michael Lang as the laid back promoter. He was so mellow and epitomized the Age of Aquarius.
I read recently that he is out and was dating his costar from Hair.

I want to fuck a hobbit. There I said it. Those eyes and his laugh get me hard. I think I would feel like a pedophile though.