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It’s About Sexy Sunday by SEX w/Annie, Let’s talk about Sex (BLW Contributor)

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Sometimes a Sexy Sunday is just spending time with your spouse, or partner. It doesn’t always have to include actual sex on a Sunday or any other day of the week.

It’s about being together, laughing and kissing, hugging and touching. It’s about flirting with each other like you did when you first met. It’s those smiles you get out of your spouse. Those belly laughs over silly things that happen.

Sexy Sunday is about just being content with the one you love. It’s knowing that when life throws another obstacle in your path that you have each other to lean on. And that you’ll never have to face the hard times alone.

Sexy Sunday is also about waking up in each other’s arms. It’s about facing life in general head on over your morning coffee. It’s about knowing it will always be alright. Because with that one other person life becomes so much easier, even when it’s not. It’s knowing he or she will always have your back. That nothing can break that bond.

Yes, The Sexy part of sexy Sunday can come on a Monday or Wednesday or even a Saturday. But even without the sex It really doesn’t matter as long as you are both together.

Knowing that your spouse always has your best interest at heart is what’s sexy. And knowing that your partners main purpose in life is always going to be to make you happy. It’s that peace of mind that you never have to worry about going it alone.

It’s about knowing that your other half will give you all that they have. That they will go to the ends of the earth to make you happy. And give you love as well as pleasure beyond belief.

No Sexy Sunday isn’t always about the down and dirty sexy stuff.

Sexy Sunday is about two people breathing each other’s happiness as if it’s air.

Life is good.  Although It may not always be easy. But when you have that one person who holds your heart and happiness in their hands because it’s their life line and happiness too, well that just makes it all worthwhile, doesn’t it?

I hope you all have a Sexy Sunday. And don’t forget the lube.

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Weekend Inspiration – We are the Champions (Queen)

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Inspiration by ‘sinned (BLW Contributor)

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I am not always in the mood. Good times, bad times. But I always have inspiration, somehow.

Take yesterday. It was raining during the day. However I pushed myself out of my home…first in the morning to visit my parents. In evening I went to see a friend of mine. We were talking and thinking. Talking about the this and that’s of life. And thinking of how much resistance there is when we are changing behavior. Or when we are growing mature and when things happen in our life that make us reflect on our be-ing.

We had really a good chat. I like my friend a lot. She is a very special woman. And she has a special place in my heart. We have things in common and we can learn from each other….what happens if you cannot learn anymore from each other? Does the friendship of relationship end or does it mean a new beginning. I think the last. It’s not the end, it’s just a new start.

Just like a new start of a day!

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How did I get here from THERE? by Jennterra (BLW Contributor)

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On the edge of insanity I spent many years wasting away  and I cried many tears  while my mind and body slipped into decay. I look back now and wonder how I am even alive, what watched over me during those desperate times?  Was it an inner will power to survive or a guardian from out of our time?

I was a wasted away ghost of who I had been, a wisp of a woman whose grasp between reality and delusion had grown so very thin. Addiction is never to be taken lightly; and I took that statement to the hilt.  I took my addiction to the place where you trade in your soul for just one more dose. I would have even sold your soul had you been in my proximity while you slept or behind your back. I was ashamed, I was lost and I was a monster.

To cope with these facts the monster I was became bigger until it swallowed me whole, until I fell into the beasts arms with an abandon and I thought I had forgone all hope. Everyday I sunk deeper and had to do more drugs to dull the feelings  within me; guilt, shame, hatred, fear, and rage.  Every now and then through the haze when I let down my guard I heard a voice…Get out , you don’t belong here! Your gonna die if you don’t run away from this! You are not this person!!! I thought what the hell and got higher in a desperate attempt to kill that needling ghost. I was so precariously perched on the edge of no return that I sometimes wished for it to end, for that final push overboard into the abyss of my ever growing addiction.

Suddenly and out of the blue one day through the fog, through the chaos and commotion of what I had let my life become I realized that the choice was mine, NOT MY ADDICTIONS. I had to get out of the pattern of denial and start looking at the root of the problem, start to hold accountable the only person rsponsible for my choices and behaviors…ME. That my friends is the day I began to heal, the very day I took the first step in beating the pattern of addiction, the day I saved my life.

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Epic Fail Fridays – Grandmas Smoking Weed for the First Time

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Happy National Gingerbread Day!!! (Nov. 21st) – Cholly’s World-Famous Gingerbread Cake

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Cholly’s World-Famous Gingerbread Cake

Ingredients

1 cup dark molasses

1 teaspoon baking soda

2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour

1 tablespoon baking powder

1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon ground ginger

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/8 teaspoon ground cloves

1/2 cup (1/4 lb.) butter, at room temperature

1 cup firmly packed brown sugar

2 large eggs Unsweetened cocoa and/or powdered sugar (optional)

Fresh mint sprigs (optional), rinsed

Preparation

  1. In a 2- to 3-quart pan over high heat, bring 1 cup water to a boil. Remove from heat and stir in molasses and baking soda. After mixture stops foaming, stir in 1/2 cup cold water; let cool to room temperature, stirring often, about 10 minutes.
  2. In a small bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder, cinnamon, ginger, salt, and cloves.
  3. In a large bowl, with an electric mixer on high speed, beat butter and brown sugar until well blended. Beat in eggs until blended. Reduce speed to medium-low. Add flour and molasses mixtures alternately until incorporated, then beat on high speed until well blended. Pour into a buttered and floured 9-inch square pan.
  4. Bake in a 325° regular or convection oven until a toothpick inserted in center of thickest part comes out clean, 45 to 50 minutes. Let cool in pan on a rack at least 1 1/4 hours.
  5. Pour about 1/4 cup crème anglaise onto each plate. Cut cake into pieces (see notes) and set them in sauce on plates. If desired, lightly sift cocoa and/or powdered sugar over each plate and garnish with a mint sprig. Offer remaining crème anglaise to add to taste.

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Let Me be Me by Creative Blog Mom (BLW Contributor)

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My efforts to avoid blogging on the weekends has definitely provided plenty of material for Mingle Monday. It is also a casual, pressure-free way to enjoy blogging for the day. I just get to look around, discover cool things, follow new people, and enjoy the diversity in our world.

This morning, on my way to a doctor’s appointment, while doing some mingling on the radio, I found myself yelling at NPR. The interview dealt with the way we perceive people because of their appearance. The interviewee claimed that people changed the way they perceived him when he changed his look six years ago. He is a successful, college educated man with a family, whose appearance makes people think otherwise. OK. Maybe. But how does he know what other people are thinking?

The part that got me was when he encouraged his son, who wanted to make the same change, NOT to do it until he was ready to deal with the consequence of changing the way people perceive him.  I literally yelled at the radio, “So the heck what?”

So much of this kind of talk is a matter of perception itself. If you think that people are perceiving you in a negative way, it is not their perception causing your assumption. It is yours! True confidence reveals itself no matter what you wear or how your hair is styled. Wear confidence. Style your hair with pride.

And even if you think looks do “matter”, who’s opinion will you go with? Perceptions vary so widely. You’d have to take a poll to have a chance of getting a majority vote. Who has time for that?

Trust in your own instincts. Believe in you. Look the way that feels good to you. Nobody can take this from you.

Please teach this to our children. Please don’t start their journey of independence with fear. Start it with a smile on your face and your chest held high. Be a strong example.

Get some tips from Parents.com.

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All Men are not the same by Trying to Make things Right (BLW Contributor)

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I want to talk about something that is very important to me, i want to talk about how society is developing a very negative attitude towards men. This is something that needs to be addressed and stopped. I know that there are men who have done terrible things in this world, but there are many more men who have done extraordinary and wonderful things, and to put all men in the same category simply because they are male is preposterous.

If all men are the same because they are male then it stands to reason that all women must be the same because they are female. So i ask you are all women the same as Andrea Yates, the woman who drowned her five children in her bathtub in 2001? Are all women the same as Casey Anthony, the woman who ( regardless of what the courts said)  killed her 2 year old daughter?  

Serial killer, Ted Bundy

Are all women the same as Aileen Wuornos, the serial killer who killed 7 men, in 1989 and 1990? I could continue with hundreds more examples of women who have done evil things, but i think you get the point. Not all men are the same, not all women are the same, and it is really disturbing that there is this growing hatred for men, as if all the men in the world are responsible for the evil acts of others, just because they were male. This really bothers me, because the best people i know are men, my husband, my father, my 4 children, all of the sexism towards men is something that frightens me when i think about my boys futures.

You would think that with all the intelligence people claim to have in this day and age, that they would be smart enough to know that, women and men both have the ability to do evil as well as good, and that neither sex is better than the other, we each have wonderful characteristics, and some that arent so wonderful. So please stop with all of the bullcrap about all men being the same, because if all men are the same so are all women, and if that is true then every person in the world is a murderer, a rapist, and any other vile thing you can think of. The pictures above are the perfect example of how all men are not the same.

Stop the hate, it  helps nothing.

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