Do you know where your time went?
Oh, yes... I don't focus so well at this time of night. Back to my Monday...
I also distribute the hourly reports to each manager and file away my copies.
Sometimes yes, sometimes not so much. We both are definitely looking for an orgasm! But the route taken is sometimes the disagreement.
2. If you had your way would you have sex more or less frequently?
More frequently! What else? I am a 40-year-old woman with no children! My body is my own worst enemy! It is pumping out 50,000,000 ppm of pheromones in an effort to get me into the procreational mode (thank you, Big Bad Pharmaceutical!). I want to get laid ALL THE TIME!
3. Have you ever been asked to do something sexually but refused?
Yes, anal sex. Some things are not meant to be, and this I know from experience. I also was asked by a very close friend if I wanted to sleep... with her. Much as I love my friends, I'm not even mildly curious about sexually encountering other women. It doesn't spark any reaction in me at all. So I apologised, said that this was certainly the highest compliment that I'd been paid, but I'm really strictly for men.
4. Have you ever asked a lover to do something sexually but they refused?
Oh, yes. Luis will not consent to a three-way - him, another guy and me. I have zero expectation of the guys doing anything at all to each other. None. But I want to be serviced by two men. You can imagine how well that went over.
5. How long do you wait when meeting some new to have sex?
That depends on the guy. And what my expectations are out of the relationship. I have had a one-night stand, which certainly serves a purpose. On the other hand, I feel friendship is more key to a good relationship of any kind, so usually there is a wait involved.
6. Have you ever engaged in a sexual act while driving an automobile?
Yes, but I have to say that as much fun as it was, it certainly wasn't safe. I also did something blatantly sexual to the driver (a couple of different drivers) and again, fun but not at all safe.
7. Have you regretted having sex with someone?
Sure. Doesn't everyone do that once?
Of course, this defies the imagination. This was a million years ago. I don't remember his name. But we had been out on a few dates, had a lot of fun, then got to the let's-sleep-together-stage. Oh, my goodness. When I first had sex, I was so tight, I could not understand how anyone found this to be fun. This guy was maybe my third sex partner. He was about 6'5" - definitely met the height requirement. But his penis - ye gods! It was tiny. Absolutely teeny. I never believed that size made a difference until then.
8. Are you and your current/most recent partner in the mood at the same time?
Most of the time, yes. But we negotiate when one is and one isn't.
9. When was the last time you had sex?
Saturday morning. We are overdue in my mind.
Sitting with my manager was the absolutely best thing that happened. Absolutely! (I have to use last week, as this week is only one day old!)2. What was the worst thing that happened this week?
Not unless he knows service well. It doesn't matter if he looks like Richard Gere. If the service is terrible, that is the only matter in the table for discussion.
2. Have you ever asked anyone to turn off their cellphone in public because it bothered you?
Yes. I hate the bloody things.
3. Is your noon meal called "lunch" or "dinner?"
I always called it lunch but some people call it dinner. My grandmother called the Sunday midday meal "dinner" - usually around 1400, not 1200. I never understand that.
4. Do you generally make reservations first?
Not usually. Depends on the place. If it is a place where there is commonly a long wait, then yes. More often than not, we prefer to eat early.
5. Do you ask for a booth or a table?
Usually a booth, for better back and butt support. Those chairs are often designed by Torquemada.
6. Do you ask for a doggie bag?
If I need one, which is often the case. The funny thing is that I won't eat reheated food. I read too much, I know what grows on leftovers that is not visible to the naked eye.
7. Would you complain to the management if there were children crying nearby?
I haven't complained to the management. What the heck are they going to do? I do try to get seated away from small fry, however. I do admittedly shoot dirty glances at the parents. You can't pin this on the kid(s). Eating out is boring and usually difficult on many levels for children. But parents who don't parent make me completely crazy. At least make the effort!
8. Have you ever sent food back?
Yes. Twice. Believe me, I was right to do so.
9. Do you find servers singing "Happy Birthday" cute or annoying?Annoying when places sing it in their own twisted way!
Yes, I was in one serious accident. I was struck by an SUV while on foot. I suspect that qualifies for anyone. I'm lucky to be alive and I know it.
2. Have you ever been ticketed for an accident and if so did you pay it or fight it?
No, I have never been ticketed for an accident and if I was and I was guilty, I would not fight it.
3. What kind of insurance do you have and would you recommend it to your friends?
I have State Farm. I don't know if I would recommend any of them... they are all bad news in this state. I have great insurance because I am: 1. 40 years old 2. have no accidents in my history 3. have no points or tickets 4. I'm CEVO certified.
4. Did the accident cause you to change the way you drive?
It made me a very nervous driver and passenger. I hate what that person took away from me.
5. Did you need a rental car? If so, did you get a better car or worse one than you had? If not, what did you do for transportation?
I did need a rental car and had one for a week or two. I had a loaner car for about two years from a friend who has a dealership. Then I got my car.
6. Have any of the mishaps you've experienced with your vehicles given you impressions of the quality or safety of certain vehicles?
Some vehicles are safer than others. All SUVs are dangerous and most SUV drivers are too stupid to be allowed to live. Actually most drivers in general are too stupid for words.
7. Have you had to hire an attorney due to an accident?
8. When in an accident were you alone, with someone, with your children, etc. Did that make a difference in the situation?
I was not with any family, however, I was with a really adorable and wonderful police officer who is my hero. Did it make a difference? It did to me. I was scared shitless after the accident and that man was so helpful and so on the ball.
9. Finally, if you could drive any vehicle you wanted, what would it be?Mine. I love my car. It is cool, it is sexy and it is very safe.
I was born in Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan on 26 January at 10:39 EST.
2. Do you have siblings? If yes, tell us more.
Not a one.
3. What are your parents’ names?
Harry Gilbert Trebilcox and Wendy Elise Kellogg. My second father is Raymond Guy Kellogg.
4. Did you (or do you) know all four of your grandparents?
Almost - I knew my paternal grandparents, James NMI Trebilcox and Lydia Frances Anderson. I did mostly know my maternal grandmother, Ida Platt, but never met my maternal grandfather. He smoked heavily and died from brain cancer when my mother was 15.
5. Do have children? If yes, tell us about them. If no, do you want them?
Ye gods, no. I don't want children, not at any age or for any reason. I have cats - well, one of my beloved cats died. I have Chelsea.
6. Do you still live in the general area that you grew up in?
Yes. Close enough for jazz, anyway.
7. Do you have cousins? If yes, are you or have you been close?
I have three cousins on my mother's side. Of the three, I am very fond of and close to Renee Camus. And I love her husband, Alex, too. Henry (Renee's brother) is certainly not the same person he was when we were kids, but he's in Switzerland, so I rarely see him. Renee is 2.5 years my junior and Henry is about three months my senior. My other cousin is Justine, 10.5 years my junior and we are not close. She's fine, but we aren't really meant to be friends.
I have no cousins on Harry's side - he has no siblings.
I do have cousins on the Kellogg side. Ray's sister Phyllis has two kids, Dawn (20 days my senior) and David (2 years my junior). Dawn and I are closer; I like David and I think we'd be closer but he is not moving in the same circles as I and we don't seem to e-mail one another. But who knows what the future may bring.
8. How often does your family all get together?
Usually the eyes, but I will admit that I have a "thing" for chins! A good squared chin with a nice little cleft is a very sexy thing!
2. What has been your worst illness or injury?
Getting struck by an SUV whilst on foot was my worst trauma. Worst illness? Hands down: muscular dystrophy.
Yes to both. I've a coworker who for whatever reason is very physically appealling to me. Must be pheremones...! I did tell that individual. It is always flattering to know that someone thinks you are attractive. And it is okay, because I'm clearly not in a position (in several ways) to pursue it. And the sexy creature is not interested in me.
I actually had something to drink last night. A Fuzzy Navel with no ice. It was pretty good. Previous to that, the last drink I had was a Coors Light in Carlos, Texas at the Yankee Tavern for bikers. It was awful tasting but so much fun to be there, in a biker bar, having a beer! Best drink I have ever had! (Thanks a million, Craig!)
My current one, a 2001 Acura CL type S 3.2L. It is very sexy. Second favourite car was my first one: a black 1977 Chevy Camaro. All front engine, huge 8 cylinder that could go super fast! It was rear wheel drive, though, so it was terrible in any kind of weather. I do miss it, though.
My favourite holiday is Beltaine, 1 May. It is a fertility holiday. Samhain is a very close second.
A total stranger? No. A guy at Ren Faire that I knew casually (very causally) when he was just engaged, yes. And he is still a mostly unknown person.
Well... probably not.
But it sounds good, right!
If you are wondering about his name, it is Armenian. Oh, yes, you know me - I asked!