I can understand mental health issues better now that we’ve been locked down for eight months or so due to COVID-19. As an engineer, I’m somewhat of an introvert, as most of us are. My wife is an A-type and feeds on interaction with others.
The pandemic has meant no parties, no poker, and no casinos to supply her need for excitement and entertainment, but honestly, she has faired better than I hoped. I was concerned that this might be too much for Foxy, but she has surprised me with her resilience.
Our Lifestyle used to revolve around the nonstop party circuit, and there were parties every weekend. We even started a bowling league for Wednesday nights. Our league is named Friends and Lovers, which everyone thought was appropriate.
Now everything has ground to a halt as we try to ensure the safety of those around us. We are both in good health and middle-aged, which should mean that if we caught it, COVID wouldn’t be too bad. But you never know. Plus, the chance of passing it along to someone else is not something to think about.
I didn’t mean to infer that my wife was getting older as she’s still 29 and holding. I never expected to live beyond thirty as I’d assumed an angry husband would shoot me. Luckily our lifestyle now reduces the number of pissed off hubby’s beyond not taking good enough care of his wife!
Halloween is rapidly approaching when it becomes acceptable for all the girls to dress like sluts. This year, we’ll stay home and watch a dirty movie. Halloween 2021 may be our next hope for fun and games.
I had thought working from home would allow me more time to write, but I’ve discovered that I’m less productive than ever. My brain is overloaded the whole time, yet my ability to focus on one thing has completely slipped away.
I find now that I’ll come up with a new storyline and need to jot it down before I get off on some other track. My Draft folder is even fuller of partial stories than ever and few close to finish.
House Party 3 (HP3), which I had planned to publish a week or so ago, is still exactly where I left it. Ninety-nine percent finished, and I can’t seem to drag it over the finish line. I think it’s going to be one of my personal favorites, and I’ve got to buckle down and type “The End,” which always seems to be a struggle for me.
I write a monthly blog for Erotica Readers and Writers Association (ERWA). I finished up my current post and got that behind me. You’ll be able to read my latest post on Hotwives shortly.
If you’ve ever thought about writing erotic stories, this group is good to get involved with. They’ve been around for years and have many published authors. It’s a good place to polish your writing skills and read some of the upcoming stories from authors.
Have a safe Halloween and if you see Elvira, kiss her for me.