Get Out of the Way

Lion was admonished by his neurologist yesterday for not calling 911 when he was not feeling well a few weeks ago. She said it could have been a stroke. Many people think strokes only affect one side of the body or the other. It turns out, this is true for front of the brain strokes. Back of the brain strokes can affect both sides of the body. Lion’s symptoms of decreased vision and bilateral weakness may have been a transient ischemic attack, or mini stroke. The lucky boy will now have to have two MRIs.

I’d had a headache on and off all day. Just when I thought it was gone, it would nudge me again. It wasn’t bad. It just wouldn’t go away completely. I wasn’t really sure what I would do with Lion, if I could so we just watched TV. It’s strange to me that after all these years, we’re still trying to figure out the best way to get Lion turned on. I mean, think I figured it out. I think he just likes to get in his own way. If it ain’t broke, etc. Clearly, something is broken. I’m broken, but wouldn’t you think I’d be the one who cares that I’m broken? I don’t think it says a thing about Lion. It’s not like other people turn me on. Not that I’ve tried. I’m just thinking that some women get turned on looking at men and swooning over them. I don’t. I have in the past. I once followed a guy across a parking lot because he had a cute butt. Window shopping only. There were no cat calls involved. But I don’t anymore. For the record, I still think Lion is cute. I still think he has a sexy butt. I still love him more than anything. I just don’t get turned on.

Now, back to what to do with Lion. It may not shock you to learn that I’m not going to change anything. I’ll continue to tie up his balls every so often. I’ll still use clothespins sometimes. I’ll give him blow jobs. I’ll give him hand jobs. I’ll edge him. I’ll give him the occasional orgasm. And we’ll motor along until the next time he gets in his own way. Rinse and repeat.

1 Comment

  1. This is the right decision. The main thing is not to stop.

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