Words, Orgasms and Wine on a Sea Grape Tree

Certain words—feelings might be more accurate—are as difficult to contain as orgasms… Lips are bitten into silence, eyes squeezed shut or widened by inner heat, sheets tortured into twisting struggles, nails scratch blood offerings from arching skin… quick breaths, short gasps, a little groan grows into a scream that then bursts in celebration of the climax that leaves flesh and soul limp and sated… and the brain wonders, Why didn’t I just do it right away, when I knew it would feel this good?

Confused? I don’t blame you if you are my Wicked Luvs; my words read a tad crazy enigmatic when I just let them come out as I feel them—without the brain to tongue to finger to keyboard to you filter. It only happens when something touches me so deeply that I need to let its effects out right away. If I don’t write them, share them… I might implode.

My mind and heart got loud with the chatter of confusing thoughts after I read “A Little Dendrophila,” one of my Sexy Sister Sarah’s latest adventures. She closes her entry with:
“Lately I’ve heard a lot of comments from someone that I love that hurt my feelings about the ‘extra weight’ I’m carrying. Yes, there [are] about 15 to 20 more lbs of Me to love, but when locked in the embrace of a Sea Grape’s limbs, I feel about as sexy as Aphrodite herself. My sexy Sea Grape doesn’t judge. My sexy Sea Grape loves each and every one of my curves, just like I love each one of her luscious limbs. You can’t help but feel sensual and sexy while lounging in a tree with a glass of something cold. Try it and see. (Carefully)”

Before I continue writing, let me show you a picture (which I stole… hope she doesn’t choke me):

I must be blind… or dumb… or blind and dumb and on my second glass of cheap peach wine, who knows. But I don’t understand a world in which someone tells a person who looks like this woman, So… let’s talk about that “extra weight” you’ve been carrying around. I don’t know how the person put it, but I do not see the comment making any sense. Sarah is beautiful. She has a sensuality infused aura that makes her glow. Can you look at that smile (go ahead look at it) and not feel warm inside?

I know this post reads like a rant, but it isn’t. It is a wordgasm (I’m sure I stole that word somewhere). Since I read Sarah’s words, I’ve been walking around with my brow wrinkled and my lips pursed. My Piano Man said, “Is there something you need to write?” Yes, the man knows me. I wanted to share my feelings about the post right away, but there was dinner to make. I started rice, cut mushrooms, cut onions… stopped and wrote the first paragraph on a piece of paper… ate dinner, grabbed a glass of wine… and ran to my laptop to release my thoughts. My mind and soul are now satisfied.

Your thoughts, my Luvs…

I wonder if you thought that the wordgasm was going to make me forget the announcement of the winner of the “Tiger Lily Witch Hat Fascinator” by Eliora... Well, Of course not, the winner is…

*Chooses a crumbled piece of paper out of the hat (Kallan made her paranoid about Randomizer)
and takes a picture of her own hand, which is a lot harder than one might think…*
 
after the very complex act of untwisting the paper…
the winner is…
 

Congratulations, Petoskystone! You get a bit of Halloween in August ;-)  

43 comments:

  1. Confusion, yes... First at the sea grape reference then I saw the photo and much confusion about the weight comment... She's damn perfect!!

    Ugh, it's three am here and I have the urge to climb a tree and drink something cold:)

    Congrats to the lucky winner!!

    Hope your week is magical!

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    1. "damn perfect" is correct. It was my first thought, and my second, and my third...

      Hope you have an excellent week, too;-)

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    2. I love that I have inspired others to randomly climb trees and drink wine. That's me, spreading the Good Word of wine drinking and tree climbing. Just be careful.

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    3. Random tree climbing is a requirement under the Blissfulness Act. And those who wish to achieve Nirvana, must do the climbing with wine ;-D

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  2. Congrats Petoskystone!
    I just had the foulest kind of customer in the store, so it's good to read about something nice, to disperse my thoughts of cutting someone's hair off with a really dull knife.
    Oh, and I just had this vision of you, Sarah and me, slowly swaying down the street dressed in sassy red and black dresses, spitting in men's eyes.

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    1. Why would ever get a knife dirty for that kind of work? Just yank it off with your hands!

      I love the idea of us dressed in red and black, and "slowly swaying down the street." But I would probably spit in the eye of everybody/everything that idiotic, women and traffic lights included ;-D

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    2. I just thought of the Bruce Almighty "I've got the power" scene(http://youtu.be/U7dOktp1iUg), just that we wouldn't be blowing away people's clothes lol

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    3. I'll hold the foul customer for you while you shave their eyebrows with the dull knife and Magaly rips her hair out. :-) I love the visual of the three of us slowly swaying down the street spitting in mens' eyes and at traffic lights. LOL. I'm picking out my dress now! That's what I want for my 40th birthday to make that vision come to life. Only 8 years away!

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    4. I already have the red dress!

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  3. If Sarah has "15 or 20 more lbs of her to love" then I want to look just like her, because she is gorgeous!!! Whoever told her that she was carrying extra weight needs to be bitch slapped(a lot).

    Congrats Petoskystone!!!!!

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    1. Some people seem to have serious eye problems, don't they? I showed the pic to my Piano Man last night, he got really close to the screen and then looked from far away, too. If I was a jealous woman, I would have probably pinched him or something. But hey, he isn't blind (neither am I), so I was expecting the, "She looks great and she's really cute, too." The woman is hot, hot, hot. Period. And the only thing too big in her, might be her heart... and her patience.

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  4. Congrats Petoskystone ! ! ! !

    Your Witchy Chapeau will be in today's mail!

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    1. I bet she's doing a happy dance ;-D

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  5. congrats to Petoskystone. As to the gorgeous hawt creature in the tree.....oh my. She is perfection.

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    1. I'm not quite sure, but I think that one of the first thing I said to Sarah was how hot she was. Why do you think I gave her the Sexy Sister Sarah name?

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  6. Yea! Thank you :) A pity that the Other doesn't care for Sarah as much as she does for them.

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    1. I think that sometimes we don't see the wonders we have right in front of our eyes. It is the reason why so many people miss the glory of sunrises and sunsets, or the glowing cheer of a field covered in daisies... If they are lucky, they'll figure it out before it's too late.

      Congrats again!

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  7. Congrats, petoskystone! Sniffle, sniffle. You are all so supportive and sweet. The Other has their own crap that they are dealing with, and are just lashing out at the only thing they can. I am grateful for the thick skin that I am developing and the little bit of support I'm able to offer them while they go through what they're going through. Having the love and support of my Pagan sisters and brothers helps a lot too. When Magaly told me she was writing a post about my post, I didn't realize it was about ABOUT me. It's strange to look at oneself through the eyes of other people. It's a gift that one doesn't often pay attention to. That's one of the many fabulous things about Magaly and her writing; she/it forces you to look at things as they really ARE. Thank you, Magaly, and all of the rest of you. My words are inadequate for the feelings this outpouring of support has awakened. Love, Light, and Vino en los Arboles para todos.

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    1. As long as you look in the mirror and love what you see, no one else counts that much. Loving ourselves helps us understand why someone else might miss to see certain things, and helps us forget the uglies. For the lucky ones, also forget (I'm not a lucky one when it comes to being forgiving lol). I'll embrace the crime of cliché in the first degree, and say that you are beautiful inside and hotter than lust in the outside. And as long as you (and most people with eyes) can see this, all will be well, my friend.

      Amor, Luz y wine on trees for everyone. Y abrazoz, let's not forget about the hugs ;-D

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  8. Sarah, you are absolutely perfect. The fact that The Other is going crap doesn't give them the right to dump on you. As Madonna sang in her song Human Nature "I'm not your B**ch, don't hang your sh*t on me"

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    1. LaTrice, your words are as yummy as your cooking ;-)

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  9. That girl is stunning!!!! and her "commenter" must just be a sad attention seeker, and I won't give her another moment of my time....nor should your friend.
    Did I tell you how sexy your hand looks with that scrumptious crab apple bracelet slithering around your wrist? :D
    Congratulations to Petoskystone on winning Eliora's amazing fascinater :D XXX

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    1. Sexy Sister Sarah is hat and then some.

      Oh Gina, you noticed, din't you? I was commenting on the same thing. Telling my Piano Man, look at that sexy engaged hand ;-D

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  10. Extra weight? WHERE?

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    1. I'm pretty sure they're talking about her ginormous heart.

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  11. Congrats to the winner!!! As for the extra weight question - I'd be more concerned about the 'heavy' woman than the person who questioned her. There was a time in my bulimic past when try as I might I couldn't see my own body either.

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    1. Eating disorders might be one of the scariest things I've read about and witnessed. Such destruction... The daughter of a good friend of mine is battling the anorexia demon right now. She is about 30 lbs. underweight and it's killing her and her family. It hurts to see. And even with psychologists involved, it's difficult to help her out of it.

      Francie, have you read Winter Girls by Laurie Halse Anderson? And if you have, what are your thoughts?

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  12. Some people just cannot resist putting others down, because they have no self-esteem. That girl is lovely and if there are extra pounds they are in all the right places. :) I love wordgasms, by the way. And may steal that a bit. :)

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    1. Wordgasm is a delicious term. It was love/lust at first type for me ;-)

      The reasons behind why a person hurts another are always so complicated and nearly impossible to believe. And when the hurt is done with inaccuracies, the whole thing is just confusing.

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  13. Yeah, tell Sarah that "extra weight" she's been carrying around is that asshole in her life. Sheesh!
    Congrats to the lucky winner! ;)
    Hugs♥

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    1. Now tell me how you feel about it. Just kidding lol. It is maddening, isn't it? I was pretty pissed when I read it. I'm pretty sure I gave the sausage and the mushroom a heart attack. The chopping was furious.

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  14. Congrats to the lucky winner!!
    Magaly, this woman is beautiful! I love the picture! Her smile radiates! Extra weight? I don't know where, maybe in her big toe? But, all I have to say, even if she was 400 pounds, she would still be beautiful in my eyes!
    Big Hugs ;o)

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    1. Stacy, you said it better than I did. I wanted someone else to say it, so I left it out. But now that you did, I'll repeat it. Who cares how much a healthy person weights? An individual who must point out a few curves as a deficiency just because it doesn't match his/her sense of what's needs to take a look within.

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  15. What extra weight? I wish I had that kind of "extra weight"! Sarah is gorgeous, and her weight is just right... slender but not boney, with just enough plump for sexy curves, BUT NOT overweight by any means! She needs to ditch the person who is telling her she's put on too much weight(jerk). I'm stepping off my soap box now, and exclaiming about that tree; what a perfect lounge tree!

    Oh, and congrats Petoskystone! :)

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    1. She looks like the Mother must look like when she is at her sexiest, doesn't she?

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  16. I'm glad that Sarah has that "extra weight" as she would be much too thin without ... Hang in there and try to be Happy with the body you have even if someone else has issues...love the tree...what a wonderful place to enjoy Nature...
    Congrats to Petoskystone...

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    1. Indeed! All her bones would be sticking out otherwise. She might even hurt that sexy tree!

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  17. Uhhhh, I think I must be blind and dumb too because I can't see the extra weight. Where is it?? As someone who is currently hauling an extra 25 lbs. around (much better digestion these days!), I can relate to the self conscious feeling, but also to the feeling that my loved ones should love me no matter how much I'm carrying.

    I wish I had a tree to sit in like that! *jealous*

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    1. Yay! You put on some weight, I'm so glad! I remember last year you were fighting with your digestive system (me, too) and losing the battle. I bet you look fabulous. Email me a picture!

      I'm freaking jealous of that tree, too ;-(

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    2. I'll send ya one, but I need to lose about 10 of it. At least I can eat. Guess what I did to switch it around. You'll never guess.

      Okay, I'll tell ya! ;) Magnesium. Particularly, epsom salt baths. I have no idea why it worked but, I haven't felt this good in quite awhile. I hope yours is doing better too!

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  18. Who in the hell said she has extra weight? I'll send them a picture of me and my extra weight lol.

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    1. People can be rather blind when they choose to. We can only hope that life doesn't walk right past them and they fail to see it...

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