If you follow this site then you know I’m a huge fan of the male rear end. What’s more sexy than a smooth, rounded and firm ass on a cute guy? I mean, check out Mr. Buns to the left here. How could you resist touching his beautiful cheeks if you had the chance? Well, you couldn’t, right? 😉
I slept until 10:30 this morning; I was tired from my travels, plus it felt so good to lie in my own bed next to my lovely boyfriend. Of course he had to rise early this morning to attend classes, but at least I could snooze as long as I wanted to.
I finally got out of bed, and then I got busy on correspondence. I sent e-mail and text messages to folks I’d neglected while I was in California. I checked all my in-boxes and opened envelopes. Then I got busy reviewing a manuscript I’ll submit to a publisher.
My trip to Southern California could not have gone more smoothly, nor been more fun. Okay, I spent the trip with a group of straight guys who were sports fanatics, but they all know I am gay and they are cool with it; I am accepted into the group without question. Three of us attended a PGA tournament at Torrey Pines on Thursday, which was pretty cool. I saw a lot of famous golfers up close. (Dustin Johnson’s pretty hot.)
Friday we played a round of golf at the Camp Pendelton Marine base, which was an interesting course. I actually played decently. Then we spent two nights in an oceanfront cottage, right on a nice surfing beach. Lots of sexy young Marines were running around in boardshorts. I didn;t bring my bard or my wetsuit, so I didn’t surf, but it was fun watching other guys ride waves.
We spent two nights in La Jolla, which is a very wealthy community in San Diego with spectacular views of the Pacific, especially from Mount Soledad. So I saw a good deal of Southern California in a very short period of time: five days.
I’ve always said that I think travel is the most enriching thing a guy can do for himself, and this was certainly a memorable trip for me. Yeah, I’m a little crisp around the edges from the flights and the partying and dining on the types of food I don’t normally eat, but that’s okay. I’ll have plenty of new material to write about in my next book I’ll get busy on later this month.
It’s a beautiful morning, here on the island. The sun is shining, the air is still and cool, and it’s very quiet here today. I have the doors and windows open and I can barely her a sound.
After lunch I’ll take a brisk three-mile walk on the beach. Then I’ll hit the supermarket to restock our fridge and cupboards which are looking rather barren at the moment. 🙁 I have laundry to do form my trip, and the patio plants need watered. I also have a gazillion phone calls to make, so I will stay busy.
Have a nice Tuesday, everyone.