Maturity, Sensuality and Kindred Spirits


It is rare that you will ever see a “warning” like this around here.  In fact, you may never see it again.  There are people who are very sensitive to things that are outside the norm and not in sync with society’s morality checks.  With that in mind, I will warn all that I am sharing something with you that I found fascinating, but that remains a little, uh, off-the-cuff.

There are bloggers out there who have been afraid to become involved with Entrecard because they are afraid to have lewd or nasty pics and links added to their site.  The truth is, you get to approve each an every one before it appears and, if you reject it, you get to tell them why.  I rejected one.  I was concerned it would not be in keeping with the tone and personality of this blog.  I felt horrible doing it.  I was intrigued and impressed by this young lady and decided to change my mind, at my own risk, and then tell you why.  Hence the warning.

This little avatar is “clickable” so be PSLforewarned.  Read on.  I was actually quite taken by this blog, Phone Sex Life.  It was not so much because of what it is but more by the fact that this young lady, or Phone Girl, as she refers to herself, is a college student majoring in, of all the perfect things, psychology.  Talk about a truck-load of case studies!

Phone Girl is no different than any other student who is trying to balance the need for study time and the need for additional income to survive.  She is also no different than the rest of us bloggers who look for more readers, more comments and more income.  What most of us get is maybe more readers, perhaps a few more comments, and not quite so much income.  🙂   In the interest of sharing a little link love with another struggling blogger, I am happy to step out on the limb for this young lady.

To bring it home, I will point out that Honolulu is not without its side-steps from society’s norms either.  Most of you who frequent Nimitz Highway have seen this place.  Some of you may even have entered the doorway or maybe even done a little shopping.

Store Sign

It’s right there.  Plain as day.  I’m not making this up.  What do they sell?  If I have to spell it out, I’ll have to put up another “WARNING!”  So, I won’t.  The photo below may help you figure it out, or you can go check it out for yourself — as long as you’re eighteen or over.  🙂  WARNING:  Here’s their link.


So, what’s my point?  Let’s not, any of us, be so quick to judge until we know the whole picture.  A young lady working her way through school and trying to deal with day to day living is not a bad thing.  She’s an adult, she’s staying safe, and I’ll bet she’s good at her job too.  There are much worse things that all of us could be doing! Besides, it’s fun and a great study in the human mind for a psychology student.  It’s a little off the wall, but a serious element of the human psyche nonetheless.

There’s nothing like something as zany as what our Phone Girl is doing to keep us all just a little younger and just a little more aware of what’s out there and what we need to be aware of and avoid!  Come on you guys, I know there are other ladies out there who know what I’m talking about.  We always try to find a few kindred spirits to share things with and share ideas to keep each other safe and away from the dangers out there.  A lot of topics can be very touchy so we do our best not to offend the sensitive.  With the sensitive in mind, I will go no further.

So, as we get older, where do we go from here?  Well let’s see, Thought Prints, and blogs like it, can take us on to where we go from here — no matter what state or country we live in!  I was so tickled when I saw this little article and I had to giggle; I’m sure you will too!  Even if you’re male, you will be able to see at least some semblance of your other half in there somewhere, even if they’re not close to menopause.  🙂  There is no warning for this site, just an extra note about the web address, “Prism of Whispers.”  Is that the greatest name or what?!?

Getting older can still be fun.  As long as we can share things and work together to make the blogosphere and our homes fun, happy, and safe all at the same time, then we can say we are successful at what we do.  It’s all in your perception.  All warnings are over for this post.  Sorry if I have offended anyone.  You really should be giggling at this point, or at least smiling.  🙂

Okay, so I was just oddly touched and wanted to share some of this with others who might feel the same as me.  You know, a kindred spirit or two.  🙂

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7 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Leigh // Aug 28, 2008 at 7:52 pm

    Thank you for the link love! 🙂

  • 2 Evelyn // Aug 29, 2008 at 1:01 am

    Thank you, Leigh, for sharing a little humor with all of us and for stopping by!

  • 3 Phone Girl // Aug 29, 2008 at 7:26 am

    Awww hey babe, thanks for the link love, I love it…

  • 4 Evelyn // Aug 29, 2008 at 9:03 am

    You are so very welcome! I still think it’s fun and I think it’s a great way to work with a minimal amount of time wasted! That leaves more time to study! Not that I enjoyed the study-for-tests part of my life but I know that time can be hard to come by sometimes. Good luck, Phone Girl! 🙂

  • 5 Keahi Pelayo // Aug 29, 2008 at 11:35 am

    Taking risks as a blogger can work. Good for you on taking one.

  • 6 Evelyn // Aug 29, 2008 at 1:21 pm

    Hi Keahi! Thank you for being supportive! I hope you’re right. I was just very impressed by this aspiring student, and I have wanted to mention Sensually Yours for a long time. It’s a pretty classy joint for what it’s marketing. There are certainly places I wouldn’t talk about offline, online, or anyplace else for that matter! 🙂

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