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Re: Life and Times of FSUW in her first year in the US.
« Reply #405 on: April 19, 2015, 12:41:15 AM »
This is a wonderful thread.

Thanks for all your observations, Orchid


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Russia doesn't have form for making stuff like this up.
He really did say that
Here is my Russophobia/Kremlinphobia topic

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Re: Life and Times of FSUW in her first year in the US.
« Reply #406 on: April 20, 2015, 02:10:52 PM »
Ah the Slavic work ethic.  Full time job, Full time college, and volunteering at the mental hospital.
Love it.
This is a wonderful thread.
Thanks for all your observations, Orchid

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Mmmmm.... Thank you, thank you, thank you, gentlemen.
I am like a cat. All I need in this life is a little TLC.  :)
Love to be spoiled....

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Re: Life and Times of FSUW in her first year in the US.
« Reply #407 on: February 24, 2016, 11:31:13 AM »
He counted days left for me to arrive….
He counted messages that I did not send….
He counts grey hair in his mustaches with worried look…
He counts pounds on serpentine scale and years left until retired…

This morning is wonderful.
No work, no school, no snow, and promising forecast.
I know the order of this day.
Somehow, every birthday of every American person starts with sex.
He comes to my bedroom with the look competing with morning sunshine.
I do not need to do anything. After the best performance he mounts me…
One, two, three…
What is that??
Eight, nine, ten…
Is he really counting??
I am diving in deep darkness of my body and brought back by his voice
Twenty eight, twenty nine, thirty…
Is he really able to count in order??
Finally, he bursts in the question “Are you ready?”
Gosh…... I was ready on count twenty….. Yes!!!
He is back in bed after shower. I am unusually silent trying to solve the puzzle.
- I counted, - he said
- I know. What does it mean?
- I counted exactly how old you are. It’s your Birthday.
- Thank Goodness… I was afraid that you have a competition with other guys at work.
- Did you like it? - he laughs.
- Hmm…. Probably, it is a rare case when I do not mind to be 100.
The day is passing by.
There is perfume and flowers on the table.
Little drive with the pleasure of high heels and holding hands.
He knows that it is better to bring me to my favorite place with beautiful view.
We enjoy the triangle connection of each other and the nature.
The best restaurant at night…
I am waiting for the final accent. American style of positive feedback.
Sense of fulfillment and complete satisfaction needed for further motivation.
He asks me: “Baby, what did you like the most today?”
He does not have to ask. My posture and eyes speak volumes.
But the answer is ready:
“I like the most that you do not need accounter to count for you”.


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Another picture for MrMann.
« Reply #408 on: June 11, 2016, 12:06:44 PM »
I know you are coming to take a look on my pictures.
I thought you would like it.
Reflection of the rock and the bird in water and peacefulness of the place make this picture very special.
Enjoy it! This is my Idaho.



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Re: Life and Times of FSUW in her first year in the US.
« Reply #409 on: June 11, 2016, 12:28:38 PM »
Orchid, What a great thread, thank you.

Not sure it is 100% on point but Idaho has its own song.

You're living in your own Private Idaho
Livin' in your own Private Idaho


From the B-52's before some us were born.
“If you aren't in over your head, how do you know how tall you are?” T.S. Eliot

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Picture for Mr.AvHdB
« Reply #410 on: June 11, 2016, 12:54:57 PM »
Thank you for the song, Mr.AvHdB.
This my picture is for you.