About me - by a friend  

rm_kelli4u2dew 42F
7028 posts
6/17/2006 11:47 am

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About me - by a friend

Sexy disaster posted a dare, [post 381527], an interesting proposition to let someone you know, a non-blogger, write a post about you.

I first learned about it by reading Through Their Eyes.

I thought about it awhile, mentioned it to my best friend, W. She was intrigueged by it, said that she thought it was a great idea.

W is the person who talked me into putting my profile on this site. I have written about her before. She doesn't blog, but does read blogs, and always mine, but never comments. Her profile is turned on intermittantly, but she's never posted a picture.

The picture here is W.

She said she would do it under two conditions, that I would promise to post it, no matter what she said, and that I couldn't edit it. I agreed with one caveat, that I would delete anything that was too revealing about my real identity or job.

So, I get an email from her this morning with her post:

Kelli is a dumb shit who sleeps with her friends' boyfriends.

Well! Now, it's not as though that is entirely false, but the only time I slept with her boyfriend was when she invited me
to share their bed.

So, I'm in the process of replying to her, when the second email came in ...

LOL!!! Had you going, didn't I?

Which Kelli do you want me to write about?

The Kelli that's the life of the party, the prankster with the ready laugh, the organizer of parties and trips and all kinds of fun?

Or should I write about the Kelli that is so shy that in situations where she doesn't know anyone, she sits in a corner and just watches people and is afraid to smile at anyone?

The Kelli that dresses in heels and miniskirts and plunging necklines, strutting her stuff into a bar like she owns the joint, or the Kelli in bib overalls squatting over a campfire turning two pieces of bacon, some spices and some freeze-dried crap into a meal fit for a queen?

Should I write about the Kelli that has no problem standing up and giving a speech to 2000 people, knowing that she's the smartest person in the room?

Or about the Kelli that gets so tongue tied that all she can do is blush and stammer when a guy asks her to dance?

The Kelli that smiles at children on the street, or the sharp tongued harpy that wrote editorials that made a laughing stock of the leaders of the Young Republicans and Young Democrats and their "self righteous pompous posturing"?

Or should I tell people about my best friend, the woman who bailed me out, paid for a lawyer, and only afterward said, "By the way, what did you do? You didn't kill anyone, did ya?"

The Kelli who paid the hospital bills for a friend who didn't have insurance. The Kelli who damn near broke a football player's arm because he was harassing me. The Kelli who, in heels and one of her best dresses, sat in a dirt covered courtyard in Russia passing out toys to a bunch of orphans. The Kelli who has a heart much too large for her small body.

Which one do you want me to write about?

Love, W


Ok, I agreed to post it. Damn her. She made me cry.


RevJoseyWales 70M/67F
14393 posts
6/17/2006 12:05 pm

That's the Kelli we know. Both of them are one. Which is why we all love ya. Uncle Joe

"McVeigh had the right idea, wrong address."

"This ain't Dodge City, and you ain't Bill Hickok."


rm_gorilla062 50M
232 posts
6/17/2006 12:05 pm

you are an incredible woman... I would like to hear about all of it.
I write blog based on my feelings at the moment or when I have been thinking of soemthing for awhile.. or about an experience I recently had. All for me....and all of you.


EroticaXTC 50F

6/17/2006 12:46 pm

damn, it did make me cry...I can believe every bit of it!


KC_JJ 55M

6/17/2006 1:24 pm

Reminds me of a spontaneous response I snapped back to someone who seemed pretty clueless about who I was and asked the question of what kind of girl I was looking for. I answered...

"a smart but naughty girl with a heart of gold".

If any of my genuine freinds actually lived somewhere close to me or had any sort of internet savvy I'd issue a similar type of posting to to this one but alas, in that regard I'm truly an island.

MMM [ MMM


papyrina 52F
21133 posts
6/17/2006 1:33 pm

Kelly you sound like a wonderful person and a great friend


I'm a

and
i'm here to stay


Nightguy_1961 56M
4866 posts
6/17/2006 2:08 pm

Kelli,

I always figured you were something a little extraordinary...and now your friend has given us all proof of that.

I find it hard to believe that you actually get tongue tied when a gentleman walks up and asks you to dance. I can see you walking in like you own the joint; I try to teach my stepsons to do that and I think the lesson has taken hold.

I would love to read some of your editorials...just to see if you write with the same passion I do when I skewer the sacred cows in the paper. *grins*

This was a great post by your friend...and I am honored and priviledged to say that you are my friend...thank you.

NG61...leaving behind a red rose tied in black silk ribbon as a token of his friendship...then disappearing into the shadows quietly...


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/17/2006 2:16 pm:
That was at university. My all time great pot stirrer was one about the pope ... but not going to get into that here.

Kinda wish she hadn't mentioned a couple of things, but ...

rm_FreeDave2000 61M

6/17/2006 2:24 pm

It's nice to have a friend who appreciates you, and it seems like you deserve it.


rm_pleasuresex3 53M
520 posts
6/17/2006 2:31 pm

W, she too can write, and this is the part that put a lump in my throat: "The Kelli who, in heels and one of her best dresses, sat in a dirt covered courtyard in Russia passing out toys to a bunch of orphans. The Kelli who has a heart much too large for her small body."

But I'm not surprised, and rest assured Kelli, a good heart never grows old.

The two of you are very lucky to have each other.


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/17/2006 6:36 pm:
She writes for a living.

rm_macallan4u 47M
968 posts
6/17/2006 2:45 pm

Wow, what a beautiful tribute. The best way to know someone is through their friends. Savour your relationship to each other, it's a wonderful thing.


eveready06 43M

6/17/2006 2:54 pm

That sounds like a real true friend you've got there kelly.


blueguy1051 61M

6/17/2006 3:41 pm

You're a very special lady, Ms. 2Dew. Hugs and kisses.


TheCliticals 36F/F

6/17/2006 4:18 pm

None of that surprises us at all. We guessed that youre delicious and wonderful

Sandy


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/17/2006 6:24 pm:
I have been told I'm delicious ...

HoopsPhymaUreal 42M
153 posts
6/17/2006 5:18 pm

Sounds like you have a nice friend Kelli... you sound like a great person too!


Notfunanymore 106F
10289 posts
6/17/2006 5:46 pm

Write what you want, no one is teisting your arm behind your back, right....
Look inside and just write!


Notfunanymore 106F
10289 posts
6/17/2006 5:48 pm

    Quoting Notfunanymore:
    Write what you want, no one is teisting your arm behind your back, right....
    Look inside and just write!
twisting....


Molyminer 62M
75 posts
6/17/2006 5:59 pm

MolyminerSounds like everyone is blowing your horn Kelli. Sounds like a lot of blathering hewy to me. Is that how you all score points with each other? I guess that won't be me. But I don't know you or your friend. But I'm getting a clue by reading your blog here. I'm making this entry so you can begin to get to know me. I'm just wondering if you and your friends are as smart as you all seem to think you are. Really, I'm not saying this because you declined my friendship, only that I think you are a stuck up snot nose with an average intelligence. By the way you misspelled intrigued. Maybe that was just a typo. I'll give you the benefit of the doubt. Also, you have the most gorgeous ass. I'd love to kiss it.


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/17/2006 6:27 pm:
The word didn't look right to me, so I ran it through a spell checker which didn't give me an alternative.

And I'm really sorry you're an asshole. It must make it hard to get through life hating everyone.

Wind_and_Sea 48M

6/17/2006 6:17 pm

Some believe the measurement of a person is the friends they hold close. Some go through life with little regard for another and certainly do not take the time to examine and describe another holistically; and they contribute little to our community.
Bravo to Kelli for choosing friends that know her as well rounded and trusting to discuss her in a way that shows her facets.
For those blathering and critisizing, take a look at yourself and can you trust your friends to examine you and describe you to others? Can you confidently say that you will be regarded favorably, or do you even care?
The latter tend to walk alone and be forgotten.
This was not to sound brooding, but to be a reflection that community and friendship matters.


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/17/2006 6:27 pm:
Thank you.

JuicyBBW1001 55F

6/17/2006 6:26 pm

What a great post and somehow I believe every word of it. Your very eloquent and I hope my daughter who will be 7 in November will grow up to be just like you.

Juicy


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/17/2006 6:35 pm:
I hope she's smarter and does't make as many mistakes ...

caressmewell 54F

6/17/2006 9:00 pm

It sounds like the Kelli I know.

Thank you for being my friend.


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/17/2006 9:38 pm:
How was the date?

roterteufel24 36M
27 posts
6/17/2006 9:42 pm

Told yo uyou were something special kelli, but yo never wanna believe me!

Love and kisses

Chris(Efilnikufesin69)

p.s. Borrowing this blog so bare with me.


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/17/2006 10:31 pm:
A special mess ...

hereforyou6217 44M
912 posts
6/17/2006 10:44 pm

It's not often that we have the opportunity to step outside ourselves and see what other people see. Sometimes it's scary, sometimes it's disappointing... but every once in a while, it can be wonderful and exhilarating. I've loved reading your blog for a while now-- it's so wonderfully personal and heartfelt. In every word your personality shines through the prose, and I'm left with an impression that the words that W used to describe you are perfectly accurate. Reading that post just made me grateful that you've decided to share so much of yourself with us, every day. Thanks, Kelli.


keithcancook 61M
17930 posts
6/17/2006 10:58 pm

This is a wonderful idea for blogging and an awesome testament to a blogger from a friend who knows. I'm glad I stopped in here and learned something meaningful about you.

Blog On!


tootsiedippin 54M/54F
1078 posts
6/17/2006 11:01 pm

Kelli:

We (T & D) want to here(sp...LO about all this and more. but in your time. It is a priviledge to peek into your life and thoughts...

And BTW Dippin could cure you of your like for the bag pipes

T & D


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/17/2006 11:31 pm:
Write me.

toothysmile 51M
16517 posts
6/18/2006 3:57 am

so...
may I have the next dance please?



HoopsPhymaUreal 42M
153 posts
6/18/2006 5:14 am

Molyminer-Dude! Insulting someone you "want to get to know". Probably not the best technique... I'm just sayin.


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/18/2006 6:58 am:
Duh!

wickedeasy 68F  
30897 posts
6/18/2006 6:12 am

lucky you to have such a friend

treasure it

You cannot conceive the many without the one.


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/18/2006 6:58 am:
I do. She's the best!

MillsShipsGayly 52M

6/18/2006 6:44 am

That was such a nice tribute. you two are obviously close and probably not much gets between the two of you .... but I'd try


Jo82760 57M

6/18/2006 6:46 am

W sounds like a friend we all should be lucky to have. BTW I like you in the bib overalls.


Molyminer 62M
75 posts
6/18/2006 6:50 am

I figured you'd think I was an asshole. I'm not like the Democrats who's battle cry should be 'Go along to get along'. That's not me. I'll always be truthful with you. I like your blog and I enjoy contributing. It's fun. But I guess I wasn't blowing your horn. Now we're at the real level. I suppose at times we're all assholes and selfish. I hope I'm not forgotten just because I said something that was a little critical. I don't mind making a stand alone or not. Being an individual doesn't mean I don't have community spirit. I'm gonna say what I think. There's nothing in this blog that has anything to do with community or selfless acts for the greater good of all. I'm sorry I can't have a contrary opinion without being called and asshole just because I didn't spread more frosting on the cake. When I made that post my intention was to throw a little antagonism into the mix. You know, rock the boat. Everything said to that point was just a little too wonderful and good. I was hoping you could handle a little critism and rejection. I certainly do. That's healthy. I came from the point of view of someone you rejected and that didn't feel good either. If a person asks to be MY friend I'll always say yes. It doesn't hurt. It's not asking too much of me. All this frosting gets just a little too sweet like your gorgeous derriere (too heavenly). Maybe I was a little bit insulting. I apoligize for that. I'm not perfect either I do want to be your friend. As far as me being an asshole........ok. I say what's on my mind and it doesn't always necessarily go with the grain. But that's ok too isn't it? Sharing ideas doesn't always mean agreeing. There are as many different opinions as there are people. We have to accomadate and tolerate our differences. As long as we have respect for one another it's all good. I can be nice too. I don't know how you got this awesome blog going but it's pretty cool.


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/18/2006 7:15 am:
Ok, you introduce yourself to me by saying "I think you are a stuck up snot nose with an average intelligence", and wonder why I would take offense? You say that "you declined my friendship", but you missed the part about not reading my profile before you sent me an invitation. Now, obviously, you went back and read it and came to visit my blog. Unlike some people here, I don't blanket accept invites and call that "friendship". The people in my network are truly those I consider friends. There are only 70-some, as opposed to people who have thousands and don't know who any of them are.

As to my ability to "handle a little critism and rejection", I don't come here for practice in something I am already adept at. There are plenty of people in the world willing to enhance my ability in those areas.

As to your other criticism, "There's nothing in this blog that has anything to do with community or selfless acts for the greater good of all." For God's sake, IT'S A SEX SITE!!! If you want Mother Theresa, you're in the wrong place!

I'll accept your apology, but respect is a two way street. You want it from me, you need to show me some.

new2here05 51M

6/18/2006 7:34 am

Awe... the softer side of Kelli... W seems like a great friend - keep her close (but you know that).

Care to dance...? I'll let you lead.

Oh - yea - Molyminer - insulting our host does not seem like a good way to get to know her (unless you are going with the old adage: any advertisement is good advertisement).

Random musings from a IQ-limited male.


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/18/2006 9:42 am:
LOL!!!

StaynHardnHot 43M
305 posts
6/18/2006 9:57 am

I think anyone who has ever come in contact with our precious Kelli , wehther in person or just on here , knows what a wonderful and exceptionally gifted and beautiful person she is. Thanks for just being you Kel


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/18/2006 10:38 am:
How sweet.

HoopsPhymaUreal 42M
153 posts
6/18/2006 11:03 am

    Quoting new2here05:
    Awe... the softer side of Kelli... W seems like a great friend - keep her close (but you know that).

    Care to dance...? I'll let you lead.

    Oh - yea - Molyminer - insulting our host does not seem like a good way to get to know her (unless you are going with the old adage: any advertisement is good advertisement).

    Random musings from a IQ-limited male.
I think that adage doesn't work so well with dating. Ehh what do I know, I haven't had a date since I moved to CO.

Kelli you're really a................

.....great person!


toothysmile 51M
16517 posts
6/18/2006 2:23 pm

ok, so now I know what W meant about you being uncomfortable when guys ask you to dance...


Molyminer 62M
75 posts
6/18/2006 2:43 pm

    Quoting Jo82760:
    W sounds like a friend we all should be lucky to have. BTW I like you in the bib overalls.
ok, ok, I didn't look at your profile closely when I sent the invite. I mean duh. I think all the blood had drained from my head when I saw your old main photo. I have no ground to stand on. I concede. You are smart. I'm dumb. Men are human too though. I know you might find that hard to believe because of the stupid things we do sometimes. Except there is a major difference you know. Sometimes men aren't thinking with their brains. They have another force driving them but hopefully their brain kicks in and intercedes before they say or do anything stupid. I'm much better than I used to be at that and I'm getting better. But see, when I'm wrong I don't have a problem admitting it. I was wrong. You spelled it out. Shame on me. If it was just my brain I would probably never do anything stupid or take foolish chances but then I'd probably never have the wonderful aching pain of desire and love in my heart either that needs to be shared. A man and a woman coming together is like two souls intertwining culminating in the most intense physical and mental excitement of the senses possible. Don't you agree? I want to find something nice that you and I can agree on. So we can both smile about it. Being selective I guess isn't unnatural or a bad thing lol. It's necessary for survival.


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/18/2006 3:06 pm:
It's always pleasant to meet a gentleman who is thinking with his big head. And this comment sounds as if it came from a gentleman.

Pleased to meet you.

reverend21 50M
1913 posts
6/18/2006 5:38 pm

Sounds like an all around outstanding person to get to know


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/18/2006 8:11 pm:
I think so, but then again, I'm predjudiced.

Sarahwilling 37F

6/18/2006 10:17 pm

Kelli -I was moved by:
"Or should I tell people about my best friend, the woman who bailed me out, paid for a lawyer, and only afterward said, "By the way, what did you do? You didn't kill anyone, did ya?'"

Love you, baby. Sarah


whats4dessert2 50M

6/18/2006 10:55 pm

Well, here's my two cents:

W wrote some great things and they're from her experience. Sadly, I haven't been a part of that. So I can tell you what I know about Kelli (even from our limitted interactions)

I like the Kelli that never fails to make me laugh. Sometimes it's with a silly quip but sometimes it's with a cutting biting humour that can make the smoothest of players look like an absolute fucktard.

I like the Kelli who will be there for a friend, even a "cyber friend" and be willing to take up the sword and fight a battle on their behalf or the Kelli that will be there for a friend to offer a kind word or just some simple support in a blog post.

I like the Kelli who I KNOW I differ with politically but can voice her opinions in a reasonable and constructive way and accept both sides of an arguement thereby putting political dogma and ideology aside and internalising both the ability to learn and to teach from her findings

I like the kelli that radiates a magnetic sexuality that is like no other on this site but is able to do it with a level of class and the grace the likes of which have, at least for me, so far, gone unrivaled.

None of us are perfect yet I have yet to find fault with this woman. She has always been nice to me and, again, though our interactions have been limitted, I've enjoyed every one of them.

B.

(if that's too much "frosting" so be it)


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/18/2006 11:03 pm:
That's so sweet. What do you want? /:>

PurplePeach72 45F  
9199 posts
6/19/2006 7:14 am

It is a blessing for both to have a friend like this. It sounds exactly like the Kelli I have gotten to know from your blogs and comments. Great post.
{=}LeeAnn


Kisses,
LA


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/19/2006 8:39 am:
Thankfully she didn't go into the stupid stuff that I do ...

cachondo7246 47M

6/19/2006 9:11 am

Eres una hermosa mujer, no tienes porque ocultarla. Te mando besos.


jst4fun915 35F

6/19/2006 12:11 pm

This is a fabulous idea, I'll have to see if I can convince anyone to write a post for me.


StaynHardnHot 43M
305 posts
6/19/2006 12:53 pm

Its unanimous!! KELLI FOR PRESIDENT!!..lol


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/19/2006 3:06 pm:
No it's not!!! You'd have to track me down, and I won't be taken alive!

PurplePeach72 45F  
9199 posts
6/19/2006 8:06 pm

I don't post much, but Nightguy had an interesting post a while back about who here would you want to be with. You were one of only three . I knew then you were very different than the average woman here. Your friends comments just proved that every now and then my ESP gets it right. Go get em girl.
Steve

colcouple4f00

Kisses,
LA


gotttathegoods 49M
8 posts
6/19/2006 8:40 pm

Kelli, You might sometimes think of yourself as Echidna, but with such a testament, I find it difficult to be afraid. Perhaps you are more of a soft hearted Nereid, come to soothe the rough seas?


StaynHardnHot 43M
305 posts
6/20/2006 3:10 am

kelli4u2dew replies on 6/19/2006 6:06 pm:
No it's not!!! You'd have to track me down, and I won't be taken alive!

LMAO...i knew that would get an adverse reaction out of you somehow Ms Wonderful..


rm_tc71901 61M

6/20/2006 2:37 pm

Ok Kelli Where are you.I didn't know that they made women like you any more.I think it's GREAT>We all need friends like you and we need to be a friend like you are!!!


fmisvme 47M/37F

6/20/2006 10:41 pm

It's great to have great friends...what would we do without them...hey...wait a minute...you hired a dirty, stinking, attorney...I thought you had them all hanged!
M&C


Rock Chalk Jayhawk!


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/20/2006 10:57 pm:
From The Notebooks of Lazarus Long by Robert Heinlein, "Sure the game is fixed, but if you don't bet, you can't win." And from I don't know who, "The lawyer who represnts himself has a fool for a client."

My ex was a lawyer. I went out and found the nastiest lawyer in town who didn't like my husband.

In the case W speaks of, the malicious prosecution counter lawsuit ended up paying all the bills.

If you find yourself caught up in the game, the most important thing is to understand the rules, and play to win. Right?

rm_lust2u2 52M

6/21/2006 3:53 am

Far too seldom we men express such to our best mates


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/21/2006 9:25 pm:
That's men's loss. The reason we are the stronger sex is because we're able to cry.

rm_Mr_Gaunt 45M

6/21/2006 2:15 pm

Beautiful

I think the world is full of good people, and hearing about them (this time, about you) is itself a little act of joy.(Emphasise the “bad news”/”bad guys” is not a “realistic” POV, but a distorted and depressing one)

By


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/21/2006 9:24 pm:
I agree. I think the grand majority of people are kind and good. Otherwise, we wouldn't have a civilization at all.

RevJoseyWales 70M/67F
14393 posts
6/22/2006 2:47 pm

I'd be scared to death to have someone write about me. joe

"McVeigh had the right idea, wrong address."

"This ain't Dodge City, and you ain't Bill Hickok."


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/22/2006 4:58 pm:
I was a little nervous about it ...

rm_Mr_Gaunt 45M

6/23/2006 3:36 pm

"... Otherwise, we wouldn't have a civilization at all."

Why? Is this a sentence with an economical background ...

(67. I am a capitalist.
66. I believe that society has a duty to help those who cannot help themselves.
***. "Benefical" effects of competition only appears, in the long term, in "Fair Play Rules" and "No one is left behind" environments)

... and that is the source of your ethics, or you believe in this due to different reasons?

... I know, I know .... Party Pooper!


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/23/2006 6:36 pm:
History shows us that the civilizations that lasted the longest were those whose citizens were most content. Sorta common sense, right? Controlled economies have no way of correcting imbalances, therefore I'm a capitalist, where my efforts are rewarded. But when some are eating cake with diamond-encrusted candles, and others are starving, you can't expect the starving to meekly go into that dark night. Instead, they drag the cake eaters to the guillotine, and I don't blame them.

I give money to orphans. I refuse to give money to a beggar with all their limbs and eyes attached simply because they're too damn lazy to wash dishes. (For those who bring up the mentally ill, very few of them are begging - begging takes concentration on a task. I pick my charities, you pick yours.)

rm_Mr_Gaunt 45M

6/24/2006 12:00 am

Uhhhh ... no smiles, no jokes in your answer ... I know it is serious but I am worried. Did I offend you in some way?

I hope not

And a boring introduction ...

You said you would not blame the head-cutters but that is a moral option, to transform that in a social/legal rule ‒Ethics- you can use your will and power (voluntarism), convince people enough and ignore the others (populism), or convince “everybody” that this rule prevents failures or is, at least, neutral.(Popper’s democracy)

(Why you choose democracy or not is a longer debate)

... only to explain why I have been so insistent asking about this. (This is, to talk about ME )

My Ethics are founded on economical arguments (to convince myself and another that something is good, as you can do on “common sense”, biological studies, or God’s Revelation) and I found interesting that some of your 100s could be read in the same way. And I am still in doubt about where your “Truth” lies, Economy, common sense, ... (I guess it is not religion)

But, as I am asking and writing too much, and I don’t want to upset my ‒the opposite of guest? O damn! - , ...

well, in general, you know what I mean, isn’t it? I don’t want to be too boring >”

Bye


Lovin_U_4_Fun 55F

6/26/2006 11:53 am

She made me cry, too, and I don't even know you! Aren't girlfriends the best! I'm so glad you each of each other and thanks for reminding me that I'm glad to have mine! I think I'll go tell them now!


UKrakmeUp 58M

6/28/2006 6:13 am

I'm picturing Julia Roberts for the role. What is a happy ending anyway?

Fascinating and WoW!

I didn't cry, but to not do that you have to look up so the tears don't fall out and you can breathe...

Thanks for an excellent read W (oh, and Kelli as well.)


rm_kelli4u2dew replies on 6/28/2006 8:51 am:
How about Natalie Portman?

UKrakmeUp 58M

7/8/2006 12:12 pm

Since this was my first post here at AdultFriendFinder and may be my last at your site... I would say, judging from your rear end picture, that it would have to be, that's right! DEMI!

I knew you looked familiar. Ouch. Turning head and covering private parts now before the strike

There is not a serious bone in my body..

enjoy!

UKrakmeUp


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