#16) Dry January – some sexual content in 2nd half

#16) Dry January – some sexual content in 2nd half

Has anyone in my readership been doing the “dry January” observance? This is where a person abstains from drinking alcohol for the month.
I’m not bragging, but way back in March of 2020, when the first lockdown was instituted, I didn’t happen to have any alcohol in the house (I was living with a boyfriend at the time). Soon thereafter, we broke-up unexpectedly (for me) and I moved back into my humble little apartment. The times were SO stressful, with this change, and the changes necessary in my demanding professional life, etc. I just decided not to replenish my normal supply of booze. (I usually keep a box of cheap white wine in the fridge to go along with everyday dinners, a nice bottle of Blanton’s bourbon for evening sipping, and maybe a bottle or two of expensive wine if a special occasion/dinner date is looming.) I read somewhere at the time that Jennifer Lopez gave up drinking alcohol, she was partly an inspiration for me to do this. She looks so good at age fifty, and attributes sobriety for being partly the cause. (As a fellow bubble-butt, we both know that exercise is also necessary!) I just felt better not drinking, especially the morning-after. Well, that resolve has stretched from that time to this, a year and five-sixths of being stone cold sober. (I guess that I should add here that I used to smoke marijuana in college, and do some cocaine in my modeling days, but no longer partake of those, either.) It’s not like a rigid pact for me, I could go out with friends tonight and start back drinking socially (though I probably won’t; I probably won’t even go out in these strange Covid-times). I just like feeling clear-headed and clean. Life is still stressful, but it feels better handling it on my own. Sober is sexy!
Which brings me to the other point I want to make in this post, the topic of Wet January. This blog has been up and running for exactly two weeks as of today! It has been successful in that it has provided more structure in my life, and has been a wonderful outlet for creativity. It has been successful in that it’s attracting several hundred visitors a day, one single day as many as one thousand! It has been a pleasant surge in my sexuality. As I’ve shared, I write in the nude. I’m standing in front of my computer completely nude right now. My bottom is satisfyingly glowing because I’ve given it a series of sound spanks as I’ve written these several paragraphs. This has awakened my sex. I’ve become aroused and am stoking those initial embers with the friction of my fingertips, so that when I sign-off on this piece (and before my mouse and keyboard get too sticky) I’ll be on the brink of a really tasty climax. This is my life in a nutshell at present… I work long hours at a demanding job. But I’m learning to draw that important line between professional and personal life, and carve out some me-time daily. That’s when I blog (and self-spank, and jill-off). It’s not the same as having a lover, but it has been lots of fun and fairly fulfilling and a new wrinkle! Speaking of wrinkles, my fingertips are getting prune-y from girl-juice, so I’m going to go and get out my Hitachi wand to address the needs of one part of my sexual being, and my trusty Conair hairbrush to address the needs of another (big) part of my sexual being. Here’s to the positive wrap-up of one month and the optimism of the next one. Take care!

5 responses to “#16) Dry January – some sexual content in 2nd half”

  1. As any follower of my blog knows, I love a good drink. I don’t mean constant drinking, or even just enjoying only one type. I approach alcohol like I do food, arts, and I suppose….everything, with a focus on quality, variety, and complement to mood or season. As such, the notion of giving this up for the sake of some specially-named month sounds absurd. I drink when I want and don’t when I don’t. Over the years my friends and I have amassed considerable knowledge about all sorts of alcohol-related enjoyment from the top-shelf Belgian Ales to pre-Prohibition classic cocktails….and these indulgences have been hedonistic delights.

    For me there is no advantage to being “clean” since sobriety is rarely a concern. (I don’t drink to get drunk.) So with life being what it is, all prolonged abstinence would accomplish for me is to deny myself one more of life’s simple pleasures. Since I am controlled sexually and can’t relate to your sticky-finger typing because that is not an option open to me freely, I think I’ll remain committed to that “denial” but keep the liquor cabinet well-stocked. LOL

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  2. Dear K D Pierre,
    Thank you for your insights!
    My grandmother had a saying, “Everybody to their own taste, said the lady who kissed the cow.”
    As I stated, it’s not a big thing to me, just feels right for the time being. So, we’ll have to agree to disagree. I have more to add to this conversation. I’ve read where a restricted calorie diet has been proved to prolong life in test animals. I follow an intermittent fast five days a week, where I consume all food within an eight hour window. On the other two days, I don’t eat anything at all. I maintain my figure in this way; it also becomes something of a religious experience, where I’m mindful & thankful when I do eat. I don’t imagine you support this, either, but I am curious what you do think…
    Thank you for the good conversation!
    Warmly,
    JM

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    • Well, thank you as well! It’s interesting, but while people seem to seek ‘agreement’, nothing stops a conversation faster. And just for the record, let me say I love to discuss and debate and can get very animated in the process, but it doesn’t mean I look at things with a “my way is the only way” approach. In fact, I seek alternative viewpoints……………..logically and intelligently delivered…………to stimulate my own thinking. That said………………….and now that I can wipe that bovine saliva off my lips……

      To say that I haven’t modified my own diet over the years would be disingenuous. In fact I have altered it quite a bit to counter age and certain ‘bad numbers’ creeping up as the years pile on. But I am not overweight and never have been. And I am skeptical of EVERYTHING. So while I do understand that delayed fasting….where you put off eating until later in the morning, can be helpful to people seeking weight loss, having no such need myself, I just don’t see the point.

      My approach to eating is a blend of being responsible (again about keeping certain factors in check) and enjoying life. It is an interesting philosophical question to ask oneself whether you would eliminate EVERYTHING you like to live longer, or eat whatever you like ALL of the time and die from the indulgence? I choose a middle ground…..which is pretty much my approach to everything.

      I liked your ‘mindful approach’ reasoning and I try that with everything from food and drink to music, art, and even just the mundane scenery around me. It enhances living, and opens up our eyes to what’s around us. People who scurry past with their eyes glued to a cell screen think they’re taking in so much, but they’re missing much more.

      I just would not do well if I didn’t eat for two days. But that’s not quite the same as “not supporting” the program. If it works for you and it has your doctor’s approval, then go for it. I get the feeling you’re young, so experiment. I will venture to guess that 20 years from now you probably won’t be eating the same way.

      (Also, it just seems polite to extend an invitation for you to visit my blog when the mood strikes. It is not a one-topic place though, so on any given day the posts could range from the kinky all the way to an art lesson, or political rant. And today it’s just a caption-fun day. Like I said….varied……like my diet and booze consumption. LOL)

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