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November 12, 2010

You Icy Hard yet?...


I thought I'd follow up with my "You Hard as a Rock yet" post with this one...   Funny again how nature mimics ummm... human anatomy.  I hope none of my family are offended by nature's humor, and the fact that I actually took the time to find these ironic images (and also suggest that if you are reading this line, you may want to exit before reading the rest).  If only my balls were that big!!!

Regardless of the size of my personal parts, I am happy to say that the "spark" that lacked for some time (usually due to my heart and anxiety medications) has miraculously re-appeared in our relationship...  Michael is a quality guy and is quite understanding of my chemical needs' effect on my personal performance and libido. He has finally also "got it" that I am a "Morning Person"... It's a challenge sometimes, but I have also learned to help him time things better too. We both have screwy retail schedules, so when I get home at 9.30pm there are times that I just need to de-compress... Likewise, when he starts at 8.00am and I don't go in until noon, I just get up earlier, with him (thank you Eastern Standard Time), we both usually wake at the first signs of daybreak and after a cup or two of coffee, I am ready and re-energized...  Likewise I understand that he peaks in the evening... We play and kiss/cuddle and I usually help him fulfill his 38 year old needs, he's always good for another round in the morning :) or early morning if I wake up too early and need to fall back to sleep...

For those of you that question your compatibility after a couple years (Michael and I are celebrating our 2 years), all I can say is: "It too... Gets better". I was married (to a woman) for the 2nd time for almost 20 years. We had a few ups and downs (in bed and out of it) during that time, but it always came back together when we made adjustments to each other's needs and the needs of the family.  Michael is my family now, so I heed my own words...

I know it's been awhile since I opened my soul on what it's like to live a gay life...  I have been filling my posts with political and social propaganda and I apologize...  I have re-discovered one of the reasons I started this thing almost 5 years ago thanks to some of the new blogs I have linked in to...  You "newbies" to this "New Life of your's" will hopefully get me back on track...

Over and "Out" from a beautiful gay day, here in Portsmouth, VA

4 comments:

jaygeemmm said...

HAHAHAHA! Nice pic!

I've had this type of challenge in one of the few relationships I had (it sure didn't last 2 years, but there were lots more issues out of our control rather than within). Like you say, it takes love and compassion and some WORK to get things in sync! And of course, when we were struggling to get it together, we were sure it was just us who had these problems.

Thanks, too, for the comment!
Peace <3
Jay

jaygeemmm said...

And as I re-read the post, thanks for being here. It's sort of surreal to know there are guys like me so close by. I've found a few...I guess I should have known this, but when you are in the "coming out process stage" that I am in now, it can be tough to see much beyond the end of your d!ck and the next "recipient of the wonderful news" (please forgive my frankness).
Peace <3
Jay

Hedgehogs Running Amok said...

Thankfully my partner and I are night owls though I sleep less than he does. We usually stick to a schedule that, after 25 years, we have agreed through some non-verbal communication that I am not really sure of.

I like the blog entries that are about you better than the ones about politics. No offense to you, they are both well written, it is just that political blogs are a dime a dozen. Personal stories are unique to the individual. Keep up the good work.

Mans Sexy said...

Hello!Gostei do radar!From visitor São Paulo Taubaté...Congratulation.Pesquisando!!!Gracias.

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