By mchristie, Dec 19 2014 3:46PM
ISS Pass Times Over the Christmas Period
The International Space Station (ISS) is back over UK skies with some great evening passes during December 2014 with particularly good opportunities to view it over the Christmas period.
The ISS is the largest Space Station/ laboratory ever built, it can be spotted with the naked eye at certain times as it orbits Earth at 17500mph at an altitude of roughly 200 miles.
Check out the Meteor watch website for a comprehensive guide to how and when to catch a glimpse in your location.
By mchristie, Dec 18 2014 4:08PM
For centuries, man has attempted to boost his sex drive with outlandish potions, lotions and dubious pills. But a simple trip to the supermarket alone could do wonders in spicing up your sex life.
Not only is good nutrition vital to the stamina, mood and wellbeing needed for a healthy libido, but certain foods also contain specific enzymes and vitamins (think zinc and omega-3) that increase circulation, stimulation and the production of hormones to optimise sex drive - making them prime material for some seriously good hanky panky.
From peanut butter to porridge oats and chocolate to chilli, these natural aphrodisiacs could work wonders in bringing an added dose of va va voom to the bedroom...
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By mchristie, Nov 27 2014 8:07AM
Two years ago I wrote a short story - "Christmas in Venice" - when I look at it now it gives me a shiver. It was almost like a premonition of what was to come with my husband as it deals with the emotions following a bereavement. Obviously it has my erotica spin on it! I was reminded of it after writing the previous post! You can read it for free at Literotica -
By mchristie, Nov 27 2014 8:01AM
I have received several emails asking about whether it is normal to want to make love as a response to a bereavement. I am no expert on this but as a nurse and as a writer and as an explorer of emotion and feelings, I thought it was worth looking at. Certainly making love would provide some comfort and closeness and an affirmation of life at a difficult time. I lost my husband and in the aftermath of his death I was emotionally 'all at sea' but for me I was not missing or seeking sex but was looking for an emotional connection with others who were supporting me. But everyone and every situation is different and no doubt it would depend on your relationship to who has passed away. For me, sex was not an option as my lover had died but if it had been someone else that was close to me instead, then I am absolutely certain that I would have drawn comfort from my husband in every possible way!
I found an interesting blog by J who deals very nicely with this issue - "Hot, Holy and Humorous"
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