A Quick Note

Wednesday was a big day for us. We sold our camper and truck. It was sad to see them go, but I can’t really enjoy them anymore. Mrs. Lion is under the weather, but so far (paws crossed), she has mild symptoms. She is taking the COVID anti-viral medicine with no side effects yet. I’m still testing negative for COVID, but not as energetic as usual. I’m horny which has to be a good sign; maybe better than a COVID test. I’m hoping that my lioness will be over this illness in a few days. We are both fully vaxed and boosted. She undoubtedly has the Omnicron variant.

I will be reviewing the new Holy Trainer V5 Nano male chastity device. It’s an exciting new development in off-the-shelf male chastity devices. I’ve done some preliminary testing and I’m very impressed. Stay tuned for the review. It’s ironic and annoying that I get horny when Mrs. Lion gets sick. I’m sure that I’ll be ready for her when she is feeling better. I’m happy to wait.

More Later.

2 Comments

  1. Fully vaxed, means you should have and would have been fully protected, if it was really what they say it was, and did what it was supposed to do, but it wasn’t, other foolish people are saying when they get sick the second and third time, oh, if we weren’t vaxed we would have died, wrong! Way too many lies, to get to the truth go to the source. You want to fight the virus, eat good food, real food, and take quality food supplements and good luck. “as you walk thru the valley of the shadow of death fear no evil”! Thanks for listening. Good luck, get well soon.

    1. Author

      You do realize that COVID has killed more than one-million Americans to date. That’s more than any other disease. So, yes it is deadly, and yes, being vaxxed is very important. Flu vaccines are never 100 percent effective against getting sick. SARS viruses mutate very quickly. Being vaxxed prevents getting very sick and hospitalized. Omnicron is much less deadly than other strains, but can still make people very sick. We are both glad we did the right thing.

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