Posts Tagged ‘titillating’

Another Roadside Attraction

Posted on: September 13th, 2016 by Madison Lake No Comments

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I was rear-ended. By a car.

I’d never been in a car accident before and it scared the hell out of me.

I had stopped for traffic and the man in the car behind me (obviously) didn’t see. Suddenly ‘Wham’. My car went forward, I went forward, my poor dog went flying forward (seat belts – yes). We had been on our way to the north shore mountains for a morning hike. Ya just never know when something like this is going to happen.

We were lucky. Both cars were totalled. Well, his was – airbags blew and the front end was smoking metal. I’m still waiting to hear about mine. He and his family were okay, thank goodness. Pippa, my dog, was shaken up, as was I, but we’re okay too. I’m getting some massage for my neck and shoulder but holy shit, it could have been so much worse.

Where’s the titillating part of this blog, you ask? There isn’t one. Not this week. I can’t think of anything very titillating at the moment but I’ll work on it, in my spare time. 

Hopefully next week will be better.

Over and out…

ML

Madison Lake Unzipped

Posted on: January 19th, 2016 by Madison Lake No Comments

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It’s like Madison Lake unplugged except unplugged refers more to audio, doesn’t it? Unzipped is about visual or physical. 

Imagine a zipper. It encloses a torso, breasts, limbs. It protects a crotch. It secures a boot. It covers valuables and encases goods.

Unzip and it exposes.

I’ve decided this year to be more exposed on Titillating Tuesdays. After all, why call it Titillating if it’s not?

The blog may expose things about me, it may expose things about others. No names will be revealed, no personal references made.

It’s time to open up, to be more frank, get conversations going about ourselves, our bodies, sex, aging, changes, experiences (good and not so much). It’s about being more bold, speaking our truth, disclaiming judgement. 

In order to have conversations, you as readers have to participate too. I can’t do all the talking! If you share, so will I. Like I say, no names will be revealed – even my own. That way the things I write about will be honest but incognito. A safe place for everyone. 

Email madlakepages@gmail.com.

Let’s begin.