Though we often talk about sex, this isn't a sex blog, it's more a kaffee klatsch, where we meet cause we love reading romance novels, and stay cause we love to toss out our thoughts and be heard. Because we don't always feel listened to in life outside the monitor, do we?
One of the things I love best about reading through comments here every day, is the exchange between you all, not as much when you respond to what I say, as to when you begin to own the conversation.
Yesterday, Bella MaryKate told us a shawkah about an unexpected and kinda sexy perk she received recently when on a business trip. To which Bella Leeann replied: That’s a great story! I never have any good stories to tell. I think someday I might just make something up to see what other people's reactions would be. At least I know that I have an interesting imagination ;o)
So I'm thinkin, great ideer, Leeann! I mean, people make up stuff all the time on the Internet, usually to make other people feel dopey when they find out it's untrue. What if we do it for fun?
Go ahead, Bellas, tell us your most outrageous story. Funny, sweetly poignant, scary, whatever. Then, we'll try to figure out whether you're telling the truth, or just bluffing for our benefit!
Encore! I finally watched the 2002 version of "The Count of Monte Cristo." I hadn't seen a version of the Count since I was a kid, and really enjoyed the thing. Although, Luis Guzman's Brooklyn accent was a little unnerving. But the flick was fun, and half-way through I learned that I now have a crush on Jesus. Who knew James Cavaziel (above, right) played the Lord? Well, besides those millions of people who saw "The Passion of the Christ" smarty pants. I guess I should get to the movies more often.