Maybe it's just the heat...  

silverhawk762 51M/47F
2462 posts
8/12/2006 9:56 pm

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8/17/2006 7:53 pm

Maybe it's just the heat...


Time for a little wandering... We're a couple. Flat-out, no questions asked, a COUPLE. Long-time married, but still discovering and exploring new things about each other. Isn't that how it's supposed to be? We don't play separately - so far, that's been a problem with several people, but that's THEIR problem. We don't have anything to hide from each other, and that's a very key point.

We are both bisexual - it's past time that people start being open about sexuality, and we both feel that because we've made explorations in that direction, it's time to flat out tell it like it is. Beauty is beauty, sex is sex and the human body, no matter if it's male or female, is beautiful. Like it or not, that's part of life, and if you think that sex is really something to be hung-up on, you need to find another favorite past-time! No such thing as bad sex, just partners who are not good at sex!

Remain too open minded, and your brain falls out. Too close-minded, and people will know that you have no brains (because you've crushed them).

So we've decided that, at least on sites like this, our sexuality is on our sleeves, so to speak. We're not cheap and easy - maybe easy, but never cheap!

Yes, we discuss politics... and religion... and sex... Why not? A discussion is just that. There should be no reason that it would lead to bloodshed, although I can be a bloodthirsty bitch sometimes - he's a lot more mellow than I am. Differing personalities. I never said that we agreed on everything - we'd be boring as hell if we did! We can't even agree on most of the music we listen to!

So - we're fairly new to the area, and are still getting situated. (I did say that it was time for some wandering, didn't I?) So far, I must say that I am more impressed every day with the area - the shopping kind of sucks, but that's not the whole picture, is it? The fact that I can step out of the front door and not hear 24 hour traffic, and sirens day and night, and that I don't have to worry about my child walking to school... All of that is worth driving a while to get to a larger variety of stores!

After living for so long on the plains, it feels a little strange to live in what looks almost like a jungle! Gorgeous beaches (I should know, I lived on the Outer Banks for several years) plenty of trees everywhere, and for the most part, friendly people. Not everyone is nice, but most are. Not everywhere can be paradise!!! For those of you living in the midwest, where it will soon start to get cold, eat your hearts out!!!!

You don't know what those photos actually look like until you step onto hot white sand that's as soft as silk and feel those warm waters of the Atlantic swirling around your ankles as you walk on the beach looking for shells and sharks teeth... The absolute bliss of the heat as it soaks into your bones to remove the chill of winter once and for all... To hear the gulls - even if you don't want 'em overhead - and to watch the pelicans patrolling the coast...

There's a certain sexual thrill in this, and makes me feel excited and languid at the same time. Must be the heat...

menopausemember 51F
50 posts
8/14/2006 8:41 am

where r u at with plenty of trees on the obx?
I am a true local here and they keep cutting down all the trees
and increasing the global warming...

I love the way that u word everything that I have read so far...
where r u really from? I like the way that u think and speak.
"No such thing as bad sex, just partners who are not good at sex! "
that is so true, I may use that in the future...
and to be fair, those partners can
be trained!


silverhawk762 replies on 8/15/2006 6:03 am:
We're on LI, one of the sea islands here in the Beaufort, SC area. They're going to be removing a lot of the trees across the road from us for a new subdivision, but the lot we're on is about an acre - and it's pretty well treed! We moved down here from the upper midwest, where trees are mostly new-growth (comparatively speaking - you won't see the 400 year oaks up there) in the city areas. It's pretty sparse out in the sticks, being farmland and prairie.

Yeah, they can be trained, but every now and then you find one who needs no instructions at all....

silverhawk762 replies on 8/15/2006 6:03 am:
We're on LI, one of the sea islands here in the Beaufort, SC area. They're going to be removing a lot of the trees across the road from us for a new subdivision, but the lot we're on is about an acre - and it's pretty well treed! We moved down here from the upper midwest, where trees are mostly new-growth (comparatively speaking - you won't see the 400 year oaks up there) in the city areas. It's pretty sparse out in the sticks, being farmland and prairie.

Yeah, they can be trained, but every now and then you find one who needs no instructions at all....

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