I must be getting better. I’ve actually had some sexual thoughts. Wow. I know I’m not cured because I’m still making trips to the bathroom. However, the cramps are not as bad and perhaps the end is in sight. The lab reported that I don’t have giardia or a bacterial infection. The doctor believes it’s probably viral and should be out of my system after a couple of weeks. Two weeks will have passed tomorrow. If I don’t improve, I will have to get a colonoscopy. That’s enough to scare disease out of anyone.

Anyway, Mrs. Lion and I are living our lives in just a small part of our house. It’s divided between the kitchen, our workspaces, and the bedroom. The living room is still full of boxes and the chairs are very low and difficult for me to use. We are very happy with things the way they are. Maybe my make-a-wish bondage blow job is in the near future. I had a spontaneous erection this morning. That’s the first one in quite a while. My computer had a very long update for Windows this morning. While I was waiting, my thoughts drifted to sex and my penis was a little bit aroused.

Oh boy.

I think chicken soup has a lot to do with my improvement. I can’t prove it, but if it isn’t the reason I feel better, the coincidence is massive. I think there’s some scientific evidence that chicken soup does, in fact, help. If you’re interested, here’s my mother’s recipe:

Mama Lion’s Chicken Soup

1 5lb chicken
2lbs Thick carrots
1 Medium onion
1 Medium parsnip
6 Large celery stalks
2 tsp salt

I cook my soup in a pressure cooker (6qt)

Wash the chicken in cold water. Cut it in half. Place it in the pressure cooker. Add the salt and fill it to the “max” mark with water. Cook on high for one hour.

While the chicken is cooking, peel the carrots and cut into one-inch pieces. Cut the celery into one-inch pieces as well. Set aside. Peel the onion but leave intact. Wash and trim the parsnip. Leave it whole. Make a small bouquet of parsley and tie together with string.

When the chicken is done, remove it from the pressure cooker. Skim off the fat from the soup. Taste and adjust salt as needed. Add the veggies to the pot. Cook on high pressure for 30 minutes.

While the veggies are cooking, strip off the chicken meat you like. We only use white meat. You should have bite-sized strips of chicken.

When the soup is done, add the chicken. Let the hot soup sit for at least 20 min.

We serve with very thin egg noodles.

There’s magic in this soup. It’s been a favorite of mine since I was a little cub. It does a good job helping me feel better when I’m under the weather. As you can see, it’s a very simple recipe. The secret of its power is that it’s cooked in a pressure cooker. If you don’t have one, you might want to consider getting one or getting a multi-cooker which is nothing more than a pressure cooker with a few more settings.

There you have it. My secret cure. Meanwhile, I think my sex drive is waking up. I hope Mrs. Lion can find bondage equipment.