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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Tabletops

Monday we hosted our first Passover Seder. It was fun and mouse found herself a bit tipsy on all the wine. After everyone left she began cleaning up when Daddy came up behind her and pressed his body against hers. Through the fabric of her skirt, she knew would be lifted shortly, she could feel him. Hard and pressing. His hands moved up her body under th cashmere sweater and capturing a breast, firmly toyed with the nipple, while his other hand lifted her skirt to reveal herself to him. Soon his trousers were down, his cock freely sliding between her wet folds. Hand roughly kneading the swiftly battered breast as he drove himself deep inside her, using the table as her only support...

 

Really we should drink so much wine with our meals all the time.

 

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  1. What a nice diversion when cleaning up.

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  2. Occasionally we have wine at supper time, and I often say, "I would like wine EVERY day." But even if we could afford it, I would not buy it because of its addictive properties, and having a teenager too.

    I have a tremor in my hands (elsewhere too) making writing difficult, and an interesting side effect of being slightly tipsy is that it temporarily cures this tremor completely. So, Omega, if when you are an old man you develop this tremor (not uncommon, called "essential tremor"), and have to sign an important document, half a bottle of wine will make it easy!

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    1. LOL Malcolm

      We normally have a glass of wine with dinner. Passover requires that we have a minimum of 4 and while mouse can throughly handle ONE glass...

      Well, we'll just say she's a horrible lightweight.

      But thanks for the tip -- mouse will be happy to remind Daddy of that in a few years...

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  3. Yes you should. What a perfect way to celebrate the end of another successful gathering at your house.

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    1. After all this over...mouse is looking forward to a few weeks of peace and the benefit of hiring a caterer for the next thing in April.

      Thanks dancing and hugs...

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  4. wine DOES change everything....or at least help it to start much faster then normal. :) Happy Passover

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  5. Sounds like a nice interaction - and I'm smiling at the wine making it... faster.

    Chag Sameach to you and Omega

    -sin

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    1. Chag Sameach sin!!

      It did make it rather urgent...

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  6. I had to google what Passover Seder was and ended up finding the history of it fascinating....but i love history.

    We enjoy wine, a couple of years we visited a vineyard in Barcelona as the bossman is interested in wines (aka being really fussy and particular!), i used to find it amusing but now i can appreciate a nice bottle of wine.

    Great way to end a really nice evening lol

    x

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    1. tori

      As much as mouse hates to admit this...both Daddy and mouse are wine snobs...

      We enjoy good wine and yes, we loved going to vineyards...

      But a good bottle of wine is really nice.

      Hugs,
      mouse

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  7. Happy Passover mouse and Omega. May you and your family have a blessed year.
    hugs,
    mg

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  8. This post made me smile. I've also had a bit of uhm... tabletop wine related fun :)
    Sounds lovely!

    Happy Passover to you mouse, and Omega too! (oh and kiddo and baby girl!)

    (hugs)

    -Emi

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    1. hi Emi...

      and ya it totally was fun!!!!!

      Hugs,
      mouse

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