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Those of you who live in or around New York City, or get the chance to visit from time to time, have probably heard of my friend Ms Mona Rogers already. She’s one of the most skilled, intelligent, gorgeous Dommes on the planet, in my not-so-humble opinion, and has recently rolled out a new design on her website, MsMonaRogers.com.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
While Mona is known as a creative, crafty Dominatrix, she’s also one hell of a spanker and excels at domestic scenes. Whether you’re interested in spanking or other, more broad BDSM-related pursuits, it’d be a shame to live your whole life without having met her…trust me.
I’ll bet that paddle packs a hell of a wallop.
Music resonates with all of us – it soothes the Savage Beast, or something. Also, if you’re lucky, it has a good beat and you can dance to it! (American Bandstand reference. Anyone? Anyone…? Crickets.)
But I digress, which I understand happens far more frequently as one ages. Also losing eyeglasses, from what I’ve heard, so I’ve personally amassed a collection of reading glasses that would make Fred G. Sanford proud. (Crickets again.)
Seems like another sure sign of aging is making references to things from decades ago which many of your readers will NOT understand…move along young people, nothing to see here.
Back to music. Some things we love because they’re the soundtracks of our youth, and some we love because they remind us of a person or event in our lives. And sometimes it’s just a kickass song. Well, I’m from the sticks (the country, the woods, Down South, or, as we from there not-so-lovingly refer to it: BFE), so there’s a whole lotta fiddle in the soundtrack of my youth, and a whole bunch of old country ballads about love, loss, whiskey, trucks, trains, and swimmin’ holes. Lots of folks say that they hate country music for just these reasons, but my redneck heritage leads me to feel differently. There’s good newer stuff too, to be fair. So let’s take a short listen to some great songs you’ll probably hate if you’re not from the south. Listen anyway – it’s my birthday.
A quintessential country song..
The original, the one-and-only, beautiful..
You cannot not love this song (unless, of course, you’re from anyplace else in the world, probably)…
The country song which most reminds me of home..
Is there really anything else to say here? This is music history. Just listen..
If you have to ask why I love this song, you have not been paying attention..
Then there’s this – possibly one of the most lyrically perfect songs ever (in my humble and not-to-be-challenged opinion).
If there is such a thing as a ‘second favorite’ song, this is mine…
Thanks for sticking around with me for another year – you all ROCK (and roll).
P.S. For those so inclined, the birthday wishlist is HERE.
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