TMI Tuesday: December 6, 2016
1. What story does your family always tell about you?
A. My grandfather would often tell the story from my childhood. It was winter, grandpa worked on the railroad. He received an early morning phone call that he needed to come in to get the crew together for snow removal. I was still in elementary school. Wearing my uniform including a pair of leotards (there’s a word for you from the past. They were the very thick tights). I walked past my grandparents room, he was getting dressed….”GRANDPA?! You wear leotards too??!!!“
I said loudly. He laughed and laughed. “No, mija. They’re called thermal underwear or long-johns. I wear them under my pants to keep me warm.”
“OH.” I replied. Continuing to the kitchen.
B. I’m not attracted to the same skin color as mine, nor am I attracted to Latino men. (Yeah I know shame on me). But curious about them, I seized an opportunity to experience a Latino for the first time. I was in my 20’s, had a few shots of tequila and ended up back in his hotel room. I remember riding his (below average sized) cock, everything was great until he started speaking Spanish. Spanish I wasn’t familiar with. He is getting ready to cum and he yells in Spanish…”I’M ARRIVING! I’M ARRIVING!!” and then in English, but with an accent. I laughed so hard I fall off his cock….Now I made the mistake of telling my older female cousin. So when ever she had an opportunity to tell this story and yell “I’M ARRIVING!” she would.
2. At what age did you become an adult?
Not sure what is meant by this question. I still don’t think I’m an adult.
3. What is the most embarrassing thing you know about your parents?
I’ve seen both my parents drunk. One was very very drunk and passed out. The other one was somewhere between buzzed and drunk. I’ve seen them like this once, it was a very emotional time for all of us. I don’t hold it against them.
4. This year, what is the most important life lesson you’ve learned?
This is a tough question. I can’t think of anything now. Maybe something like, treasure every minute with a loved one, because you don’t know what the future holds.
5. Describe your childhood self in 5 words. Were you happy?
Alone. Invalid. No I wasn’t happy. Unstable. I got three words.
6. Who in your family has been kindest to you?
There were a few cousins that I was close to through the years. Not sure if it was kindness or just not wanting to hear my whining. I’m sure it was more kindness, they understood that I was an only child and had a different view of the world.
Bonus: Who are you closest to or trust the most– a friend or family member?
This would be my spouse. I trust him above everyone else and he’s my best friend. Sometimes I wonder if we ever divorced, would we still be friends. I think he would always be there for me if I ever needed him. I would be there for him as well….to the best of my ability.