Like I said this morning, most selfies don’t interest be at all, but the the case of guy to the left, I’ll save any he puts up. In fact, I posted one of his selfies, when he wore skimpy black briefs, several days ago. He’s so sexy with his broad shoulders, narrow waist, smooth skin and dark hair. And he has the right amount of muscle. Perfect …. 😉
It has not been a productive day for me. I didn’t get up until noon. After a quick breakfast, I solved the L.A. Times crossword puzzle, a tough one, and I posted on this site. I did a little editing work on my novel-in-progress, but around three PM I felt so tired I took a 90-minute nap. When I woke, I showered and got dressed, and soon I will build another blaze in my fire pit.
Dinner’s going to be simple tonight–Italian wedding soup with chunks of leftover steak, I’ll watch a little football, then climb into bed. I think I need rest more than anything else. Have a nice New Year’s Day night, friends.
I am not a huge selfie fan. I don’t want too see your messy bedroom or the hair care products in your bathroom, thank you. But sometimes I come across a couple I think are worth sharing with all of you, and I post them.
I mean, would you pass up a date with Mr. Slender to the left here? I wouldn’t. 😉
Well, my New Year’s Eve was tame by necessity, I was just too tired to even attend our neighborhood party. But a I had friends over for a blaze in my fire pit and some wine. Then I hosted my neighbor for a steak dinner. He brought a tasty salad and we had some laughs. Then he went to the party and I went to bed.
It’s a beautiful day, here on the island–sunny and clear, no wind, and about 68 degrees F. Normally, I would take a three-mile walk to enjoy the fine weather, but I am still so fatigued by the flu I couldn’t possibly walk even a mile. I’m just too tired.
By the way, it’s a shame part of our friend’s face can’t be seen in the lower photo, but what a body. 😉
I am still feeling tired today, so I will take things easy and get some rest. Maybe I’ll sit in the sun on my patio for a while. Have a great New Year’s Day, friends.