1. If you had a magic beauty wand, what would you give yourself?
a. Shinier hair, hands down.
b. Glowing, soft skin–pass the moisturizer dude.
c. Brighter eyes, with no crows feet—I want to look less tired.
d. Nada. I love what I’ve got.
Probably a. shinier hair. I miss my long thick and shiny hair.
2. If you were spring cleaning your life what five things would you throw out?
I’m doing that now since I am downsizing and looking for a much smaller house. I have a type of OCD hoarding problem and it’s quite painful for me to throw things out. I’m not so bad that I save garbage or buy things I don’t need from shopping networks, but I do save things that I believe I will need at a later date. I’m getting better, and I’ve actually gotten rid of a lot of stuff that others might consider junk. I am a family genealogist and I save anything that feels like history to me. I inherited all of my grandmother’s family photos, some that go back to the late 1880s, including a daguerreotype from the Civil War era. So this idea isn’t easy for me. I had a huge collection of books, that many were packed up in boxes because I didn’t have room on my bookshelves. I decided that any book I could get in Kindle and Audible, I would then sell or donate the print books. This was a tough decision for me. Books are probably my favorite possession. I grew up in a home that didn’t have many books as neither of my parents read for enjoyment. I spent a lot of my free time at the library and when I moved out on my own, I started buying books. But having the options of Kindle and Audible helps a lot. So that’s one. Next were boxes of clothing that I can’t or won’t wear anymore. Formal clothes since I live in a small town where nothing is formal. I now wear mostly long maxi dresses and day jammies. Everything else, like work clothing, were donated. Number three were kitchen items. Because of my disability, I don’t cook anymore, and even my partner doesn’t do much adventurous cooking. We kept the Kitchenaid and the crockpot, and of course, the microwave. But not much else. Four were holiday decorations. I have a huge collection of Christmas decorations and a slightly smaller collection of Halloween decorations. I went through those and only kept the things I really loved or had strong emotional attachments. I found a box of Easter decorations that I put in the donation box. I haven’t celebrated Easter in more than 20 years, so there was no reason to hold on to these. Five were my daughter’s dance costumes. I’ve kept these costumes for 30 years and she died 20 years ago, so I decided it was time for them to go. I took pictures of each costume and I have the studio photos of her wearing each one as well as the videos of the dance recitals where she is also wearing them. So there… that’s my five. A long post.
3. If money were no object, what kind of house would you buy?
A condo in the middle of a big city.
4. Have you ever visited an erotic massage parlor AND had a “happy ending”?
Only in my dreams.
Bonus: Using the handy chart, what is your butt type, spanked or not?
I like to think my butt is a bubble butt, but I suspect it’s probably a wide load. Types of spanked butts? Yes, please.