Thursday, September 28, 2006
I’ve another 5K race on Sunday. Today my throat is starting to get sore. Hopefully, I will be able to run a good race. My last couple of runs were pretty good, so I’m hoping to do well, at least better than the last time I ran this same course.
Thankfully the Buckeyes won last week’s battle against the Nittany Lions. The rain certainly had an effect on the game, making me wonder if either team could score in the first half. Luckily, the rain stopped and OSU got their game back together and they won. If it weren’t for PSU’s mistakes, the score not have been as lopsided. This week the Buckeyes travel to Iowa. They are one of those teams that give every opponent a tough time.
New underwear: I recently received an offer from Jockey that if I bought more than $30 in underwear I could get a free pair of their men’s underwear in the new 3D fabric and I could get $10 off the order. Seeing that I don’t have any men’s underwear I figured I try a pair since they’d be free. So I ordered enough women’s panties and a bra to get them. Jockey is starting to make better women’s panties & bras, not just the plain old stuff, so I was happy with my selections when they arrived. I put them on after taking a shower. They felt very comfortable and looked good too. I was curious about the men’s briefs, actually a bikini style. I put them on and had two reactions: the material felt great, and the coverage was way too much. The 3D material feels somewhat like some of the panties I have as it is a blend of spandex and cotton. I think they are definitely on to something with it. For men’s briefs, they fit okay. I just wish they were a bit skimpier – lighter waistband and smaller cut – more like women’s panties. I’ll keep them for the few times where I might need to wear them, but I honestly can’t think of when that might be.
Wednesday, September 27, 2006
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
To my few regular readers and to those that just stumble into my blog: Yes, I realize that my blog has been getting tamer lately. Not enough sex and crossdressing tales to tell to keep your attention and attract new readers. Excuses are many, and none are accpetable: The summer months are just so busy between work and yard/house activities that I just haven’t had much time for action and adventure (“A Jedi seeks not these things.”).
And I seem to be spending more time surfing the net and blogsphere for juicy porn and blogs, and making comments on blogs, to do any appreciable writing. I’ve been collecting a lot of URLs with which I someday hope to update my links. My links need pruning – some blogs are out of service, some haven’t been updated in a long time, some I’m just not interested in anymore. I hope to do this soon.
Recap of last weekend:
- The birthday flowers for her were/are still gorgeous. The main gift that I gave her was a running skirt and top. Tip for the ladies: running skirts are extremely sexy. If you are a runner, play tennis, engage in other athletic activities, or just want to look like you do, buy one!! Ok, so I bought it because I think she looks sexy in it (and because I can live vicariously through her – I’d love to wear one, but I can’t say that I’d crossdress while running.)
- Watched the Buckeyes beat up Cincinnati Saturday afternoon. Next up: Penn State at home.
- Bake a cake from scratch for her birthday. I made one of those “cup-cake cakes”. It turned out pretty good for a first try at it. The next one will be better.
- Block Party Saturday night with the neighbors. An interesting evening. Some of them I see all the time, others are just a wave in passing. It was fun, eating and drinking in the street.
- I came in 3rd place for my age group in the 5K race.Mowed the lawn on Sunday during the Eagles game as it was the only time to do so. Probably pissed off a neighboor or two with the noise.
Friday, September 15, 2006
Now that it has stopped raining and its nearly "beer o'clock", time to take a look ahead for what's in store for the weekend:
- Pick up the flowers as it is her birthday this weekend
- Mow the lawn once it dries out, hopefully Saturday morning
- Watch the Buckeyes beat up Cincinnati Saturday afternoon
- Block Party Saturday night with the neighbors
- 5K race on Sunday morning, then go to the township's Community Day
- Bake a cake from scratch for her birthday
- Dinner with her Monday night for the birthday
Check out this ad for Bookbinder's that was in the paper this morning. I've never been there, and I'm positive that chicks like these don't dress like that there. However, they are a group of hotties!!
Monday, September 11, 2006
Beer Fest: The other highlight of the weekend was going to a Jazz & Beer Fest in a nearby town. For me, the jazz was just something to listen to while I sampled the beers. There were a good variety of brewers and styles for the size of the venue. Although how Budweiser got a table was beyond me - I don’t think anyone actually sampled it. The food inside the beer area was also pretty tasty – freshly baked soft pretzels, a variety of cheese, various barbequed meats, and pizza. I might have also added some sweets like cheesecake, chocolate cake or brownies, and some fruits that would complement the various beer styles if I were one of the organizers.
Fall Fashions: What’s the deal with tunics being in style this year? Who’s the buyer that over-ordered and convinced the marketing folks to make them the new fashion ‘must have’? Tunics have always looked frumpy to me. I hope I don’t see any crossdressers making this mistake!
Leg Show: I bought the recent October issue of Leg Show as well as a special edition that is currently on the newsstands. No time for complete reviews now, just a short one on the special edition: it is a collection of twenty ladies who have their own commercial websites. Plenty of eye candy with which to jerk off. A couple of my favorites, Elise and Slutty Sammi, are there as well as many that were previously unknown to me. I will have to get to know them better soon.
Thursday, September 07, 2006
I wish I had more time to walk around campus either before or after the game. I’ve read about some of the new buildings that I’d like to see, and the campus is great to walk around. Hopefully I’ll get back there later this fall. One thing that really surprised me about Columbus in general is the amount of sprawl. Where there used to be farms and fields, there are now 5- and 6-lane roads lined with strip malls and chain restaurants. Yuck! As I saw all of this I realized the advantage Philly has over cities like Columbus: most of the roads in and around the city are old, most of the areas were built up with homes, schools, factories, and businesses years ago, so roads can’t be widened. This gives Philly its own character. Its tough for a chain restaurant to plunk down a new building anywhere they please. I do see this happening in Bucks County, outer Montgomery County, and even out in Lancaster. I see about the same things in north Austin, TX, as I do in north Columbus, OH. I’m sure it’s the same in other areas. Don’t get me wrong. There are parts of Austin and Columbus that I absolutely adore, and parts of Philly that are the pits. Its just that urban sprawl leads to a generic landscape. My preference would be to build things closer together – reinvent the city in the suburbs. Better yet, move things back into the city if the city is dying.
Enough of my ranting for today. Saturday is OSU’s big game against Texas. Go Bucks!! The match up between Penn State and Notre Dame should also be exciting.