Friday, December 31, 2010

Time to party down, vixens.

Ashton is just waiting to serve(ise) up a delickable cocktail.
Don't worry, he can, quench each and every one of us. Doesn't matter what the name of it is, he knows it:
Slippery Nipple
Wet Pussy
Suck, Bang and Blow
Bend Over
Blow Job
Screaming Orgasm
Sloe screw

Slow Screw Up Against the Wall
Stiff Dick
Sex on the Beach
The Leg Spreader
Cocksucking Cowboy
Sex on My Face

You pick it, he'll make it.

Then, once we're lubed up, Bobby wants to dance!

And dance!

Party the night away....................

Thank you to eliza for making and the use of "Ashton and the shaker" vid

Thursday, December 30, 2010

SkyNews9 HD Comes To The Aid Of A Deer

SkyNews9 HD Comes To The Aid Of A Deer

Watonga Family Calls On SkyNews9 To Rescue Calf

Watonga Family Calls On SkyNews9 To Rescue Calf: "SkyNews9 and pilot Mason Dunn came to the rescue once again for a stranded animal; this time for a calf stuck on the ice."

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

You have GOT to check this site out! LOL

Monday, December 27, 2010

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Question of the day

My Dec. 19th and 25th posts are "un-viewable" to you guys but not to me. What gives?????

Christmas catasrophe

"Now where in the HELL did that diamond necklace that I bought fuzzy get off to?"

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Friday, December 24, 2010

The big day is here and, I know what the vixens want........

I wish all of you the very best that the season has to bring.

I also want to thank all of you for visiting and hope that I have entertained you. Mr. D. has brought us together and I wish he and his family a Very Merry Christmas.

I hope Santa is good to you (whether you've been naughty or nice! When it cums to VDO, I know I've been naughty.......shhhhhhh!)

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

My "back"

I'm joining Bev and Criminal Intent Musings in their favorite back picture.

As usual, I have to be a little different: mine has back and backside!

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Angel in a box

vdo'obessed sent this to me and I MUST pass it along to all of my fellow vixens.......

I know you don't care for these too much, but you MUST read this - it will only take a minute.

Angel in a Box

I normally don't send these mushy things, but there was just something about this one that

I had to share with you....

Heaven has sent you an Angel in a box...

Heaven didn't want him, so they sent him to me...

I sure don't want him, so, I'm sending him to you!

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Time to play

Here's an early Christmas toy to play with........

Click to Mix and Solve

Click to Mix and Solve

Click to Mix and Solve

I'm sensing a theme........

Thursday, December 16, 2010





It's cold!

The End.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Reindeer recycled

You know.....

Run, Bobby, Run!!

and Dancer
Get your groove on, Sam!!

and Prancer
Cholo. Need I say more??

and Vixen
Damn sheets


Tried for the "future" here.....L-A-M-E.........LOL

and Cupid
I feel moist!

and Donner
Thor.....get it?? (Thunder, for my German friends)

and Blitzen
Remember he said he'd take Chicago by ....."air, land and sea. Well, water actually....."

But, do you recall

the most famous reindeer of all?

(Valentino, that is. And you thought the other one was a stretch!)

Hope I made you smile.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Christmas carols

Here are three of my favorite Christmas songs.

Let's keep on voting!

Antoinette (Toni )

Saturday, December 11, 2010


Why I've never been on a cruise

Friday, December 10, 2010

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Keeping with the animal theme....

I found this photo that is right up my alley humorwise. Unfortunately, this is what I've looked like the last few days.

I HATE the flu!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Do you think

our "Man in Black" will bid on any items that belonged to "The Man in Black"?

Daniel Kreps
Oct 26, 2010 6:29 PM EDT

More than 1,000 items once owned by Johnny Cash will hit the auction block starting December 5th at Los Angeles' Julien's Auctions. Everything from instruments to stage outfits and more will go on the block. A public exhibition of the lot, which has a total estimated price of $400,000 to $600,000, opens November 19th, Reuters reports.

Among the more noteworthy items is a Martin D-28 acoustic guitar — signed by Cash and inscribed with the first four lines of "I Walk the Line" — that's expected to sell for up to $30,000, and a handwritten note from Bruce Springsteen to "Big John" Cash that reads "Here's my latest (album). It's got a lot of country + folk influences + I thought you might get a kick out of it."

The blue denim jumpsuit depicted in Jim Marshall's legendary photo of Cash flashing his middle finger is expected to draw bids between $3,000 to $5,000, though Julien's Auctions predicts it could sell for as much as $40,000.

There is precedent for expecting the Cash auction to far exceed its estimates: In 2004, a Cash memorabilia auction hosted by Sotheby's also had a total estimated value of between $400,000 to $600,000, but the auction instead brought in $4 million. A portion of the proceeds from his new Cash auction will also benefit the MusiCares charity.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

This post is completely off my usual topic.........
On this day (12/4) in 1925 my Dad was born. I lost him 2/18/2008 and this is the third time that we won't celebrate his birthday. I never made it to his funeral because I was in the hospital for 20 days (that's another weird story). People have asked me about my "closure", or lack of it. I HATE that's too over used, imho. I know people mean well but, it just hits me wrong.
According to Webster......closure: 1) the act of closing or state of being closed. 2) a conclusion or end.
It definitely was an end.......the end of the life of my hero, my father. But, it was a beginning, too. I learned from him that day that now I am officially an adult (at 49). I have to carry on and do what adults are expected to do. I'M the older generation now. Does this make sense???
My husband and I were out of town that day. My parents live(d) with us because he was a double amputee and diabetic. We kept our promise to keep him at home. It was slowly getting to the point where we wouldn't be able to do this anymore. Mom called me at 7AM to tell me the paramedics were on the way because something was wrong. After an hour or so, the hospital called to tell me he was VERY ill and that we needed to get back to Minneapolis, and hurry. So, we drove 4 hrs through an ice storm. When we got to the hospital we ended up in ICU. I knew he was gone.......just machines doing the work. I knew what I had to do but, Mom wasn't ready to let go.......he missed their 60th anniversary by 2 months.
We finally "unplugged" him, but he was a fighter. He hung on for a little over 4 more hrs. I was empty........I still feel an emptiness. My heart still hurts.
I planned the funeral but, ended up in the hospital the day before it. So many people that went to the funeral and found out where I was came to see me after the memorial. The nurses told the hospital chaplains and they had a private little service for me in my room. The whole thing was still is.
(Funny, I thought I was done crying but, I'm doing it as I type).
He was a good man, husband and father. At 17, he ran away to serve his country. He served in the US Army in WWII in the South Pacific for 3 yrs. He was awarded 2 Purple Hearts (for combat wounds) and 2 Bronze Stars (for bravery in combat). He was on a transport ship not far from Japan when "the bombs" were dropped and ended the war.
There is absolutely NO way that I can adequately describe his 82yrs of life and what he meant to me. The picture is of him at 17 right before he went to war. I realize now that you can NEVER say "I love you" too much.......
Maybe this is my "culmination", maybe my "conclusion", maybe his "completion" and my birth........
I love you Dad......always and forever.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Click to Mix and Solve

Sunday, November 28, 2010