Remind me NEVER to take a vacation with my ex-husband again. I don’t know why I thought it would be alright. 3 nights!!!! What could be the harm I thought?
Frazzled. I’ll tell you what…. emotionally frazzled. At one point he was so rude to me I walked out of the restaurant and back to our hotel room. Where I forced myself to eat the food he brought back only because he had paid for it and I didn’t want to hear him bitching at me anymore than he had been already. Ugghhhhh.
Luckily Brad saved the day today and righted a few wrongs. A great orgasm is a God damn miracle of nature. Just to feel loved too and need we not forget the excellent play session. At one point he had my skirt on, which actually made his flattish ass look rather good. Lol (I can hear Cartman’s laugh right now so clearly in my head.)
His submission was also very nice. I had him writhing in pain tied to the cross; his whole body undulating, every inch covered in sweat. I pressed my body into his and a sigh of deep ecstasy rose involuntarily from my mouth as his moans of pain filled my ears and I felt his body catapult against mine. It’s soo intoxicating. It’s a feeling I can’t even rightfully describe. Like this luxurious wave of deep mental ecstasy just flows through my body like electrical surges of energy. If that makes any sense.
I knew I was in a good head space all day today because I happily made two homemade comfort meals. You know…. it’s honestly not just this whole single mom budget thing. I do love eating out but it just isn’t justifiable and also the fact that I love cooking. I made the most yummy completely organic meal tonight that fed my entire family and with leftovers for probably 2 days for $10. Less than 1/2 of what a McDonald’s meal would have costed me for one feeding.
Sure it’s a no frills, few ingredients meal but it’s yummy and wholesome (by my standards at least) and for $10. I dare you to beat it!
1 LB Organic grass fed ground beef $4.99
12 ounces gluten free pasta $.99
Organic pasta sauce $1.99
Organic frozen broccoli (portion of a large $7.99 bag) $1.50
Parmesan cheese (sprinkled on individually, 2 tablespoons of large $4.49 package) $.50
I even came in under $10. Guess the oil, salt, pepper and ground oregano count too though. So we’ll round up to the complete price.
What can I say? Cheap runs in my blood, but that doesn’t mean it still can’t be good AND good for you. Right?
I cut corners where I can. I haven’t bought myself a new piece of clothing in God knows how long. Used is more than good enough for me. Extravagances come few and far between. It isn’t justifiable…..
Maybe if I were rich….. but probably not even then. I bought a gorgeous pair of leather Ugg boots at the thrift store for $20 in excellent condition. I suppose there is a convenience factor of just knowing what you want and going and buying it rather than the luck of the draw of garage sales and thrift stores. But I love interacting with people at garage sales and I love the thrill of the hunt. I am after all a natural born huntress. 😉