Mid-week muttering


No Occupy and no politickin’ in this blog today… maybe later.
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Didn’t get any decent shots of Sammy yesterday; I was using my fast f/2.8 105mm portrait/macro lens but even at that, I was using natural window light and hand-holding the camera.
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Raining and turning cooler with possible snow showers in the higher hills tomorrow night. Another four months before robins return. We still have not had a hard frost and it is affecting leaf color.
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For men only; women please do not read this. Thank you.
Never leave the company of a woman without presenting her with a kiss … if possible. If she gives you her hand, gently lift it to your lips and place a kiss on the back of it; not just a chicken peck but let it dwell for a second while looking into her eyes. If she doesn’t panic, kiss her wrist before slowly releasing her hand. Keep eye contact! If her body language makes you think she liked your effort, smile and lean slightly toward her; if she does nothing, you are free to place a small kiss on her cheek, but first, whisper something sweet to her before your lips touch her skin. Again look into her eyes, smile and turn to walk away. Odds are that you will (A)-Get an invitation to come in for a few moments (B)-Get a hug and possibly a kiss on the lips (C)-Get an invitation to call her. Or you could get an offended slap or even a knee to the straddle.
Being terminally shy, I have never tried any of this but it sounds like it ought to work.
Disclaimer: I am not responsible for broken egos or smashed scrotums … kiss at your own risk.
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Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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Published in: on October 19, 2011 at 10:29 am  Comments (6)  

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  1. Kiss for a cheek is nice and rather innocent, so please don’t be afraid that she will brake your ego or even hurt you much more worse. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    No Occupy, no politics … Oh, what a relief; for a short moment, at least!
    Thanks for the lyrics (video), my friend. They are simple and beautiful.
    Have a good day.
    xo

    • I will remember what you say about a cheek kiss is innocent.
      Heh-heh; no politics until something changes.
      The song was first recorded by my and my grandmother’s favorite country singer in 1949. She probably would not like this version.
      Thanks and be well, Jola. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Sigh… If I was to get kissed like that I’d drag you in and jump your bones in the hallway. Mike has been smart enough to implement this style of seduction from the very start and my heart skips a beat every time he kisses me behind the ear and whispers something sweet. I’m not sure if I’m liking the version of this song but through my teachings with Jeremy I’m working on being more tolerant of music I don’t understand (I turned it down to listen)..

    • Mike seems to have his mojo working with you. With my allergies, I would probably sneeze in a woman’s ear.
      Not the best version of the song, but it certainly is different. No one will top Hank.
      Thanks, Tammy

  3. Crazy that snow could hit the high mountains. Leaves for me on Sunday.

    I like the version here. Mosh to it. Get your blood pumping.

    • I may wait another week and hit the lower color this year; can’t afford gas to do both.
      I like about anything Volbeat does.


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