?

Log in

No account? Create an account
most recent entries friends, acquaintances & a few strangers organized reminiscence all about Machu Picchu Fruitcake is dead Previous Previous Next Next
four days in a row! - The Literary Exhibitionist
machupicchu
machupicchu
four days in a row!
.
.
05202017-02


-- चार हजार और सत्तानवे --


Sooo remember last week's record of three days in a row? Well, I have no idea what the hell is going on with Shobhit these days, given it's the direct opposite of what has historically actually been a problem for us, but this morning we broke that record -- making four days in a row. That makes two different records, actually, because it's the first time we've even done it four times within the space of a single week. That alone is impressive enough, in the context of the history of our relationship; even more impressive is that it's four days in a row.

This morning was quick, just as I preferred. I almost didn't even go for it. But, much like the third time last week, I was like, well, it won't hurt. I'm up for it and I have the time if he's quick about it. He was quite quick, in fact -- quicker than any normal person would want under most circumstances. But, I had to get ready for work. So it was all pretty ideal, truth be told, should it have to happen today at all.

It's a little surreal, though. Compared to our usual trends over the years, I'm not having what I would consider an almost ridiculous amount of sex. I certainly never expected this to be something I would encounter in my forties, especially as applied to my husband. I think Shobhit is thrilled to be breaking these records, though. He actually likes that I'm keeping track, and even that I've been mentioning it here. Last week he seemed almost disappointed that I didn't write about it on one day. I'm like, I don't need to write about every time we do it. Besides, as I mentioned last week, I track it on my Google Calendar and people can even see for themselves when it's happening if they're that interested (which, honestly, I don't think anyone but him and me are).

-- चार हजार और सत्तानवे --


05202017-12


-- चार हजार और सत्तानवे --


In posting yesterday's update about our weekend trip to Idaho, I still haven't told you about my Friday evening -- so I guess I will now!

Evan and Elden came over for a double feature of the 1931 original Dracula -- fascinating in historical context -- and the 1992 Bram Stoker's Dracula, which I found difficult to follow, dull, and tedious for the most part. This co-starred Anthony Hopkins on the heels of The Silence of the Lambs, the very next year, but it doesn't come anywhere close to the same quality film. I hope I remember not to ever bother trying to watch that one again.

Shobhit joined us for the first movie, which at 75 minutes is pretty short, but felt long because, being so soon after talkies began, it had no score to speak of. The experience is much different from watching most movies. Anyway, Shobhit came for that mostly just to get himself a point on the Social Review. He also got one of the "Vampire Cocktails" Evan made for us all. I can't remember everything that was in it, except I believe one ingredient was blackberry liqueur, presumably to make it the dark, blood-red color. The drink was all right.

-- चार हजार और सत्तानवे --


05222017-04

.
.
positive energy please