Well, t’s New Year’s Eve today, and time to reflect on the events of 2018. On a personal level, it’s been a good year. My writing has gone well, and I am pleased with the progress I made on my present novel-in-progress. I’ve adjusted to living single and find it perfectly rewarding in its own way. I spent the best summer of my life, traveling to Jackson Hole, WY, to Iceland, and then to Europe. My health has been excellent, and I have enjoyed many wonderful hours with my friends and loved ones. What more could a guy ask for?
Of course, despite dating several guys, off and on, I haven’t found myself a new boyfriend yet, but I’m working on that as I write these words. At least I’ve been able to enjoy intimacies with some very lovely young men, and I am quite grateful for that. 😉
It’s a beautiful day, here on the island, slightly cool, sunny and clear, with just a light breeze stirring the fronds on my coconut palms. I spent three hours writing fresh material for my novel-in-progress this morning, and I met with my plumber to deal with a minor issue in my vacation rental next door. The problem is fixed and now it’s nearly lunch time.
After lunch, I will take a three-mile walk on the beach, to enjoy this beautiful weather. I have a few household chores to take care of, but not many, and then I need to visit our neighborhood seafood market to buy fresh Gulf grouper for a dinner I am sharing with my good friend and neighbor this evening.
Oh, and the photo to the left here has absolutely nothing to do with New Year’s Eve, but I like it so much I just had to share it with you guys, to help ring in 2019. I mean, I really need to start attending more wrestling tournaments, if the sights are as good as these. Both guys are extremely sexy, but the one on the right is close to perfection, at least in my book. He has beautiful skin and hair, a sinewy physique, and a prominent bulge in the pouch of his singlet. What more could I want for a New Year’s Eve date? 😉
All right, everyone, I need to make myself some lunch, so I will close this post by wishing all of you a very Happy New Year’s Eve. I’m attending a neighborhood party tonight, so I won’t even have to get in my car to have fun. Lucky me …. 🙂