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Thursday, 15 November 2012

Some tips to drive him crazy in bed!

* Take the reins! * Undress him! * Ride him! * Cover his body with cream! * Whisper in his ear! * Practice Kamasutra! * Massage his whole body! * Play with an ice cube! (All I can say is that it works!)

Saturday, 22 September 2012

For you, ladies!

For all the lovely ladies who usually visit my blog. Thanks so much indeed!

Saturday, 4 August 2012

Beard Love

I absolutely love Richard´s beard...

What do you think ladies? Is he hotter with or without the beard?

A bit of naughtiness...

Have a nice weekend!

Friday, 3 August 2012

Happy summer everyone!

Hope you are having a wonderful summer.

Thursday, 2 August 2012

Hi everyone!

Just to let you know that I have been quite busy recently but, from now on, I´ll try to keep blogging more often. Hope to see you around!

Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Just because...

Hope you like it...

Thursday, 22 March 2012

Jay´s Grave

Dartmoor is a region located in the center of the county of Devon, England. His landscapes are a beautiful national park of 953 km ² that inspires many legends, some of them as alive as the mystery surrounding the tomb of Mary Jay.
Dartmoor is well known for being the setting of the novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, "The Hound of the Baskervilles" (1902), perhaps the most famous of all Sherlock Holmes starring, and also the mystery of the tomb of Mary Jay .
In late 1700, a orphaned babygirl was abandoned at the gates of "The Poor House" Newton Abbot. She was given a surname beginning with whatever letter the Poor House had progressed to, in this case 'J'.
Mary Jay stayed at the Wolborough Poor House until her teens, and she looked after younger children. Later she was sent to Canna farm where she was employed as an 'apprentice' which meant she would work both in the house and on the fields.
Soon the beautiful Mary or Kitty Jay, as she is also known, began receiving attention from the farmer's son. She became pregnant and therefore suffered the rejection of the family. She was thrown out of the farm with a reputation as a prostitute. Another version of the legend says she was raped.
She knew very well that due to this false rumor, she never could find employment in the region. She didn´t want to return to the Poor House. So she took a tragic final decision and hanged herself in one of the barns nearby.

The custom of the day was that someone who commited suicide could not be buried in consecrated ground so she was buried at the intersection of a road and a moorland track.
Since then, everyday fresh flowers appear on the grave.Nobody is ever seen leaving them but no matter what time of year there are always flowers. It is also said that the grave is often visited by "The Pixies" little people, fairies, living in nearby forests. Some motorists who have spent the night next to the grave say they have seen even the figure of the farmer's son grieving for Jay.
Dartmoor today is under the supervision of the Dartmoor National Park Authority. Certain areas of Dartmoor have been used as military training camp for over 200 years. The rest of the park can be visited by the public.


Saturday, 17 March 2012

Happy St. Patrick´s Day!!!

Ireland has exported throughout the world the celebration of St. Patrick. Madrid Cibeles statue is dressed this weekend green in honor of the colors of Ireland.With this symbolic act, Madrid has joined the "green wave", which dresses in this color buildings and monuments around the world, like the London Eye in London, the Empire State Building in New York; Burj Al Arab in Dubai, the Table Mountain in South Africa, the Sky Tower in Auckland, Niagara Falls, Canada, or Italy's Leaning Tower, among others. This is not the first time that Ireland and the city of Madrid get together in honor of St. Patrick: Last year, it was the Puerta de Alcala which dyed green for the same reason.

You can find an article about this here:



Wednesday, 14 March 2012

More cuteness:

Which one would you keep?

Tuesday, 13 March 2012

A bit of cuteness...

I have quite a thing for a certain guy holding puppies...

Who said tough guys couldn´t be tender?

Tough on the outside, softie on the inside.

More cuteness coming soon...

Thursday, 8 March 2012

Wednesday, 7 March 2012

My Fairyboy...

"And as the seasons come and go, here's something you might like to know. There are fairies everywhere: under bushes, in the air, playing games just like you play, singing through their busy day. So listen, touch, and look around - in the air and on the ground. And if you watch all nature's things, you might just see a fairy's wing." ~ Author Unknown

Tuesday, 28 February 2012

Pagan music

Faun is a German pagan folk band. Faun's sound combines vocals, medieval instruments, electronic instruments and vocals in a variety of old and modern languages. Definitely, one of my favs...

In Celtic religion, horned deity of fecundity, a deity worshiped as “lord of wild things.” He wore stag antlers and sometimes carried a torque (sacred neck ornament). He was worshiped primarily in Britain, but there are also traces of his cult in Ireland. He is probably the source for the horned god that appears in Christian medieval manuscripts as a symbol of the Antichrist.

Image by webshadow, one of my favourite artists. You can see webshadow´s gallery here: http://www.renderosity.com/mod/gallery/browse.php?user_id=250361

Tuesday, 21 February 2012

In search of the Perfect Dad

Being a dad is not easy, especially if it is the first time. If you go through that stage, here are some tips from the experts:

Depends largely on the mother that the father takes part in raising the first child. For a man is difficult to start with this new role.

The most common thing is that he is not always at home when the baby is awake. The mother also finds it difficult to know when to engage the father and when not to.
Some dads are shy and are afraid of hurting the baby for being so small. The mother has to give her partner that confidence.

It is valuable that the father participates in parenting, as it represents a great moral support.

The father is an object of love, different from the mother, so he expands the child´s vision of the world.

Because the baby is very sensitive to the relationship between their parents, if positive,it provides a solid foundation for the child development.

Dad enriches his child's world. It helps build your ideal, create a larger world around him. It does so with his work, taking part in their games, making him aware of other forms of wholesome fun.

An excellent mutual understanding between men and women is vital, for a child perceives his reality from different perspectives. It is wrong to offer a world of only women or only men. That is to limit development.
Remember that children see their parents as heroes and that any wrongdoing, however small, disappointed them.

Fate Fairies

Original article here: http://www.elsalvador.com/noticias/2004/06/16/escenarios/esc1.asp

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Happy Valentine´s Day!

And one of my siggies...

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.