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Saturday, 22 September 2012

Blue


The colour of the New Zealand sky is almost indescribable.


It glows. 

The leading picture was taken at 5pm  this evening, early Spring in New Zealand, the equivalent of mid March in the Northern Hemisphere.

It was a beautiful 22ºC and my Beloved and I had gone for a nice long walk with Samo, the little shit-machine.


 We walked along the Hutt River trail, from Silverstream to Stokes Valley.  A distance of 2.3 km.

But with some lovely views along the way.


 
 

 
And then when we returned home, I could relax on the porch swing.

With a little refreshment and lying back.




And just relax.

I do apologise to all my readers who were expecting either:

A. A completion of the panty-liner story
or
B. A tale filled with disgust, remorse or just plain nastiness.

I will complete the panty liner story as soon as I gain enough willpower.

Here's a little picture to keep you going.



34 comments:

  1. Still think at the end of the day you'd be happier in Petone!

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    1. Nobodies happier in Petone.

      BTW The beach is always dirty.

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  2. Is that woman in the last photo exhausted from the long walk?

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    1. Possibly, possibly, but I would think she's just a little bit horny.

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  3. You're so pleased and happy with yourself and life in general that I have to assume you've just disposed of last terms confiscated marijuana supplies?
    Happiness and good health to you over there in paradise.

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    1. Marijuana , never.

      Whisky, probably.

      Thanks for the positive wish for us in Paradise.

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  4. Yep it sure was a beaut day. One to wake you up early and get you out of bed even though it was a Saturday and the last weekend before end of term. I too got my dose of natural Vitamin D today in the sunshine walking and the evening air in our neighbourhood was full of the smell of barbeques being fired up for the first time since March. Daylight Saving starts next weekend so looking forward to another hour of sunlight at the end of the day. Roll on summer!

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    1. I've already bought large quantities of Sunblock 50+ in preparation.

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  5. I like the sky too, although 100% blue is a bit samey for me. Don't you get pink colours at dawn? The girl must have been waiting for someone to sign her butt cheeks.

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    1. Yes, we do get pink colours at sunrise, so I'm told, but I'm never awake at that time, so I cannot confirm the pink.

      The girl is waiting for something, but I'm not sure what.

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  6. What is that electrical contraption beside the (exhausted) young woman?
    Perhaps it is some sort of cardio-vascular enhancement device because she suffers from a heart ailment.
    Poor wee thing.

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    1. Electrical contraption? What electrical contraption?

      *examines image minutely, than has cold shower and returns to keyboard*

      Bloody Hell TC, you must have eyes like a hawk OR you examined the image, for whatever reason, under maximum magnification.

      I think it is some sort of medical device as by her expression, the young lady is obviously in a lot of pain.

      I agree, poor wee thing.

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  7. Still waiting for the end of the panty liner story &, as always, "a tale filled with disgust, remorse or just plain nastiness."

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    1. It's coming, it's coming. I'm just having a lot of trouble finding suitable images to illustrate the story.

      I can find some images, but I'm trying to keep the nausea and revulsion index to below 100.

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  8. Well, the beautiful photos almost made up for the disappointment of no "Sticky Situation part 3" . . . Then, having spotted, and being tempted by, a photo of a cute hamster titled "Optimistic", under the previous posts selection . . . I was further compensated by a tale of "Intestinal explosions" and a description of the porcelain bowl being spray painted yellow-green-brown!! Not quite what I'd expected, and you still managed to make a half-naked lady relevant in some way (?ish)
    Sending you good wishes and lots of will-power! x

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    1. Be patient buggerlugs63, I will reveal all as soon as I can, but with this beautiful weather we're having my Beloved is dragging me away from my "Electronic Mistress" and out onto the beach.
      *sigh*
      Life is hard sometimes.

      Glad you enjoyed "Optimistic". Actually, I can't remember now why I used the hamster pic.

      Half-naked ladies are always relevant.

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  9. Blue? We are waiting for karitane yellow (hope this cultural reference isn't lost on you) as we await the next sticky update.

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    1. karitane yellow?

      Well f*ck me. *does a desperate Google search*
      Holiday destination of Dunedinites? Nope
      Plunket Society? Nope
      Karikare? Nope but a feeling I'm getting warm.
      Karitane yellow, an informal name for a (baby-excrement-coloured) unpleasant shade of yellow. I suspect this is the reference you meant.

      The next instalment isn't so much sticky as screamingly unpleasant.

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    1. Evening big J, and how are things in the lovely US of A?

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  11. It is lovely. A friend of mine vacationed in New Zealand this August and it really looked amazing.

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  12. Do you personally answer, every comment on your blog?

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    1. Bonjour Fi Fi,
      I try to answe every comment. I appreciate the time taken by all of my viewers to leave a response, so I think it's only fair that I sacrifice my own little spare time to respond in an equitable fashion, n'est ce pas.

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  13. Blue--that's the colour and title of the film that Derek Jarman when he died from bumming. It was a good film actually. The closer he got to dying the better his films became.

    Sometimes there's a moment to just say, everything was fucking lovely, and here's a picture of a fit bird you can imagine receiving it.

    (Sorry girls).

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    1. I've never even heard of that film before. That's what I like about blogging, the huge experiences available from everyone.

      "Died from bumming"?...charming.

      I do agree, it was just f*cking lovely. The day and the weather I mean.

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    1. TSB normally says 'good morning'. Has he asked you to fill in for him AG?

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    2. Not really, I just thought I'd add to the cultural magnificence that is "How the hell does this work?"

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