Friday, February 26, 2021

Phil (AOM)


It with great, great sadness that I post this. I received the following message from Phil's (AOM) niece late last night:


It is with great sadness that I must write this message. My name is Sarah and I am Phillip's niece. Unfortunately, my uncle passed away on February 5th. My family and I have just begun the process of going through his things and I am absolutely blown away by this life I never knew he had online. I always thought my uncle was a lonely person, but it turns out he has more friends than I can ever hope to have in my life. Thank you for loving my uncle. Thank you for being there.

Much love,


Phil was kind, gentle, helpful, and funny. I know we shared so many readers and followers. Some of us had established quite a friendship with him via email. He will be missed by many!

Take a few minutes to remember our friend and fellow blogger. Have a cup of tea in his honor, and think of the beauty he brought to the world through his posts.

Phil, my blogger buddy, I'm going to sorely miss you. "May flights of angels sing thee to thy rest." Hugs, licks and strokes, bro - WHK

The photos today all came from Phil.

Thursday, February 25, 2021

Short Of...


"I wrote quite a long time ago about learning to deal with a child who is mentally challenged. It hasn't gotten any easier and my wife is only adding to the problem. Our son is 15 now but his mental capacity is that of a 6 or 7 year old. Teaching him to deal with a maturing body is tough enough but having a spouse who can't or won't is taking a toll on me. We fight almost daily about things that our son has no control over. The constant spontaneous erections which she hates seeing, his general moodiness, the fact he fights against putting on underwear because they don't accommodate him. She won't take him anywhere because she can't go into a men's room with him anymore. Even I won't let him go in alone because people are just too cruel and untrustworthy. He just doesn't understand what's happening to him. I'm reaching the end of my patience with all of it. Short of packing up and leaving, taking our son with me, what can I do?"

I think I remember. You wrote in that he had an orgasm and ejaculated while you were watching television one evening; his first if I'm not mistaken. You have your hands full, and you have my complete sympathy. Your son is in the throes of puberty. His hormones are running amok.

The moodiness doesn't come from that, though. You may have heard the phrase "growing pains?" Those are real. These are the years when the skeletal frame is lengthening, and muscle tissue is attempting to keep up. Though that process happens while we sleep, there can be actual lingering pain and a general sense of achiness. Add the almost constant boners and I can imagine he's having a lot of difficulty with all of it.

Forcing your son to wear briefs only adds to his discomfort if they scrunch everything, and even worse when those hard-ons strike.

Sure, you will have to teach him how to adjust the spontaneous boner, but it's better than fighting with a cranky son.

I'm assuming your son no longer sees a Pediatrician, so his GP gets the duty. (He does have a GP, right?) It's time to make an appointment. Not for him, for your wife. Maybe he can make her understand what you can't. 
Or, at least, maybe she'll trust what a doctor says where she won't believe you.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

I'll Admit


Okay, I'll admit it.

I'm just feeling lazy today.

Have a good day.

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

About Yourself


We passed a milestone here in the US. Depending on which site you visit for the tally, we passed the 500k deaths over the weekend, or more than a week ago. And this COVID-19 thing just keeps dragging on and on. Despite disparaging the light at the end of the tunnel, we'll get through this; they did in 1917-1918 and we will, too. But some people are getting quite fed up with it all. Some people are experiencing a deep sense of loneliness. But, if truth be told, even those who have spouses or partners, are weary.

But, as Alyson over at Mel says:

"Don’t equate lockdown self-love with loneliness, though. Yeah, you’re probably doing it when you’re bored, but maybe that’s okay. "

I've often said here that masturbation is a great way to while away the time. It's also an excellent opportunity to get to know yourself better. 

Go ahead...educate yourself about yourself.

You're never too old to learn.
Take some time to discover new things.

You never know. It could turn out to be a lot of fun.