Saturday, October the 7th, 2006

As lonely or desperate as they may sound, wet dreams are remarkably enthralling and gratifying experiences. Or so I am told.

On a related note, it is evident that having to consciously set aside time on your scheduling system for physical intimacy is an indication that things have gone horribly wrong.

On a related note, I was pleasantly surprised recently when a random act of kindness toward an elderly gentleman resulted in this:

We built a small cottage next to our home here in Flagler Beach not quite a year ago. It was built for our relatives and friends. Should you find your way into this neck of the woods, we’d be happy to house you—and a friend—quite comfortably in the cottage. The cottage is in almost new condition and quite comfortable. We’d need a few days notice should you some day want to visit down here in Florida.

Would you be my “friend?”

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3 Responses to “Related notes”

  1. Michelle says:

    I would have to disagree with #2.

    Not setting aside time for it at all, and then all of a sudden wondering why you and your significant other haven’t been intimate in six months? THAT is a sign that something has gone horribly wrong.

  2. pundit says:

    I agree. I was not thinking of that.

  3. Michelle says:

    …which would be why I exist, to remind people of the things about which they aren’t thinking.

    Heh. :)

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