On February 14th, I'm heading to a tattoo parlor named "Have Fun, Be Lucky" here in Baltimore and getting my first of several tattoos done. I will actually be getting one of them as a cover-up tattoo, and then mirroring the same design on the opposite side. The tattoos will go on both of my shoulder blades, and the design I am getting is the Swallow - in the American Classic type of tattoo. There is a close-up pic above of the tattoo I want, and the other pic shows how it should look on me (although the pic shows a guy's chest, mine will be on my back). So there you go - in a little over 2 weeks I will be getting my first in a series of new tattoos. I will definitely be posting photos as soon as the tattoos are completed. I'm really excited!!
It's been downright frigid here in the Northeast the past few days - and we've had snow twice. While the snowfalls were not significant, they were bad enough to make travel to and from work a nuisance. Tomorrow there's supposed to be freezing rain during the morning rush hour. Sounds like a great time, eh? I love cold weather, but only when there's snow. Ice is no friend of mine. I do wish a had a fireplace in my apartment, or at least a hot man like this to keep me warm. Be safe, everyone!
I went to NYC on Monday night for work - took Amtrak - and got to my hotel around 8pm. I stayed at the Mondrian SOHO, a BEAUTIFUL hotel in the SOHO neighborhood. It's an adorable boutique hotel, and the rooms are small, yet gorgeous. (everything was white, except for blue accents and a blue ceiling) The reason I was in NYC was that as part of my new position at Pandora (Creative Design Project Supervisor), I have to install new "Test" windows for 25 stores that we're calling our Flagship stores. NYC happens to have 2 new stores in SOHO that are part of this program. So, I was up early to visit the first store at 8:30am, and install their Valentine's Day windows. Unfortunately for myself and my coworker Joan, it was both snowing and brutally cold today. Another unfortunate factor? The window graphics had to be installed on the exterior of the windows!! So, literally every 30 minutes we'd have to stop and go inside to warm up and get the feeling back in our fingers. After 3 hours, we finished at the first store, and then walked to the 2nd store that thankfully is only about 6 blocks away. Also fortunate? This store's window is MUCH smaller.
So, we finished the 2nd store at 2pm, and went to lunch with the owner's "representative" and the Regional Manager. Immediately afterwards, I jumped into a cab and went to Penn Station and thankfully was able to change my train ticket to an earlier one - leaving at 4pm instead of at 6:45pm. Now, on a normal day - and if it had been warm - I'd have stayed later and shopped my heart out. But because of the fact that it didn't get above 20 degrees in a windy NYC, I was ready to get the hell out of there! See you again soon NYC! I Love New York. (only much more so when it's warm!)
I've gotten some nice comments on here and sent to my email that were pretty damned flattering. Thank you for being so nice, and for liking my blog. I feel happy. Blessed. I will continue to post the photos of the nearly naked men that you all seem to love, but I will also spend more time talking about me: my likes, dislikes, preferences, etc. So thank you, from the bottom of my heart!
Recently, I've realized that readership is slipping on my blog. So, I'm trying to determine whether or not I should keep going with this whole thing. Should I change something? Should I write more about me, and show less naked men? Or should I write less, and show MORE naked men? Perhaps I should add the warning to the blog, and start showing naked, aroused men? (ie: guys with boners) I want your input, your ideas. Tell me what you think.
While I love watching the hotties lift weights in the gym, I'm mainly a bit of a perv: I love the locker room the best. LOL. I know, you can call me a creeper if you want. But there are mirrors and sexy naked men everywhere. It's my favorite part.