what kind of an animal would you be? I would wanna be an Octupus, I guess!
I don`t care as long as I don`t have to reach the surface for air
I was a 'free diver" for about 40 yrs of my life.
Have you ever seen a moray eel tear an octopus apart? it ain't pretty...lol
I think a giant manta ray would be cool or if I was a mammal, an orca (killer whale.)
That's so cool! I'd like to be one too! I wanna be a moray eel now, yes, I changed my mind. I don't wanna be torn apart by any animal. Lol.
Oh yeah, that sounds cool too. But don't mess with me, I'm a moray eel. Please don't come closer to me if you're stronger.
I would say a mermaid but well... For one they could be just fictitious creatures and for two, the idea of being topless in the sub zero waters does not appeal to me.
...a couple...orca - they're beautiful and are considered very powerful within Canadian west coast native culture...there are many interesting beliefs about the orca...or sea otter - they are a delight to watch....
...couple of pics i took in 07...
..hey CM...i see yor messin' around again...didn't you get a good spanking last night or i should say tonite? ....
just off for my nightly spanking as we speak
gone midnight and an early start to fly back to Guilin tomorrow.
we must have one of these long chats againnextg week
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Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?
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Brene Brown's book "The Daring Way" challenges or inspires the reader to "Show Up", "Be Seen" and "Live Brave" and I am wondering how people actually live bravely? How does that play out in your life? I would love examples of how you are choosing or inspired...
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