May 30, 2011
Oh the shame. I know we all do it. It’s natural, oh so satisfying, and perfectly healthy. But I managed to go eight long years before my husband ever caught me in the act. I could have sworn I heard the door shut after him on his way to work. I was so sure I was alone…
Then the shower curtain tweaked open and there was his rosy cheeked face looking up at me all innocent and questioning, as if seeing me for the very first time…
“Were you…?” he asked, his smile gleeful as he peeled back the last layer of his wife’s nakedness. “Were you really singing in the shower?”
June 4, 2008
“It is astonishing how much you can enjoy almost everything” – Agatha Christie
Yes really, it’s true. Wherever you are, just scroll through your senses until you find the one delivering pleasure. Doesn’t have to be off the map bliss, mind you, but it’s amazing how the simple sensation of a cool breeze on your cheek during your commute or your favourite music in the background of a waiting room can change your perception of reality. This “tunnel vision sensing” takes you out of your brain for a moment and lets you experience life as a blank canvas, with no history or future to colour your judgement.
Important note:“Everything” does not include doing the dishes. They fall in the “almost” category.