When Chemistry Heats Up ~

Sexual chemistry can heat up soon after our first impression of the opposite sex or same sex. We are attracted to different traits and have a unique list of personal preferences. We tune into every little detail. We begin profiling subconsciously, looking at ones health, confidence, how one walks, talks, mannerisms and their aura to name a few. It can be as detailed as the timbre, pitch and tone of ones voice, scent, or simply the way their eyes look deep into ours. We all have a different list that draws us closer to an individual.

Then there is the release of those wonderfully sensual pheromones we can’t hide from if we tried. They draw us in closer. I love this part because it become more personal. The main reason I believe you NEED to meet someone in the flesh to see if their pheromones draw you closer or repel you. We instinctively sense whether we are able to connect or not, allowing our union to go a step further.

Depending on your frame of mind or circumstances we can either have chemistry explode right in front of us when we first shake hands or it could be a slight delay waiting until just the right moment to ignite. Shyness or lack of confidence on either the male or female side can delay chemistry from mixing which inevitably leads us down the path of intimacy is we so choose. Timing is key. Keeping in mind that although you find a man or woman attractive it doesn’t mean you will have that spark that goes deep beneath the surface.

When initial attraction takes a sharp turn heading straight for your loins there is no other feeling quite like it…sexual chemistry can’t be faked! You know exactly what I’m talking about if you’ve experienced the real deal…if not let me describe it best I can 😉

It’s an electric sensation that sparks from eye contact when you don’t look away. It sends a flutter into the pit of your stomach making you feel slightly off balance. The sensation surges through your entire body. You experience a surge of adrenaline, exhilaration and fright in waves each time your eyes connect. His energy swirls around your body sending the urge to reach out and touch him. It’s an adrenaline rush that quickens your pulse and gives you tunnel vision intensifying your touch, sense of smell and taste. You are tuned into his frequency allowing you to hear his breath from a distance giving you the strong desire to be close. You notice small details like the subtle bite of his lip as he stares straight into and through the windows of your soul. His hands give off an energy that vibrates at the same rate as yours…you are in sync.

When you have undeniable sexual chemistry with someone it’s hard to stay focused on anything but them, especially in a room full of bodies. You are distracted by their movement, smell and sound of their voice. You find them inside your head everywhere you go. You are completely and utterly out of control. Embrace this feeling as it is most intense when the union is new, changing slightly as feelings grow. Add trust and comfort to sexual chemistry and an explosion will knock you both to the ground!

Moments of attraction to the opposite sex can heat up with a simple glance in the right direction…don’t be in a hurry to look away, embrace them, for you are alive!

Sexual chemistry is just the base of the beginning…

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A Day in the Life of….?

Lets start with a  HAPPY MOTHERS DAY to all the wonderful Moms doing what I think is one of the hardest jobs out there!  Have a Great day and I hope you all receive something wonderfully homemade.  Those are my favorite gifts without a doubt !

Okay Ladies if you could live a day in the life of a career of your choosing, what would you pick.  You would have complete knowledge of your chosen career for 24 hours.

Tracy’s take~

I was torn between two.  It was either a Lawyer in a high profile case on the day I was to plead my case to the jury, or a Trauma Doctor in the ER on a day the ER was full.

Armand Dorian "Trauma Doctor"I will go with a Trauma Doctor in the ER because I would have the skill and ability to save lives.  I think it would be incredible to have the knowledge of a Trauma Surgeon.  I love real life in the ER shows.  It shows what these amazing people do on a daily basis.  The adrenaline must be incredible when you are faced with several lives needing to be saved at the same time.  To have the calmness and make decisions confidently with moments to spare would be a skill I would love to have.  To be right in the thick of a busy ER going from patient to patient, having to assess each one quickly and correctly would be so challenging.  I have always had an interest in First Aid and have taken courses, but to do what these Doctors and Nurses do is so far beyond all of us I would love to be in their shoes for just one day.  I think being a Trauma Nurse or Doctor would be one of the most rewarding and satisfying careers one could have.  I understand that there is a very dark side to this profession but these individuals know this going in and STILL continue the journey because they feel so passionately about saving lives.  I know a couple of ladies Jill and Michelle who work at BC Children’s Hospital in emergency and they to me are incredible human beings who I admire so much for their contribution to helping save children’s lives.  Nurses and Doctors are a different breed.  I admire both.

Bonnie’s 2 cent’s~

Ok, don’t laugh, but I would definitely choose to be a rock star.  I don’t think I’d be hard rock.   I’d like to be a bit Sheryl Crow/Sarah McLachlin/Alicia Keys/KT Tunstall/Carrie Underwood/(I could go on and on) all rolled into one!  In this fantasy I would have great range and could basically pull off any song you asked me to perform.  Plus I could play a number of instruments; guitar, piano, flute, saxophone, drums even.  Ooooo, and when I dance on stage I can move like Shakira.

Music makes me feel so good.   Belting out a song I love and then actually  have people want to pay me large amounts of money to hear me perform it…well, it just couldn’t get any better than that!  I wouldn’t be saving peoples lives like Tracy.  Nothing that lofty, but inspiring people through music is kind of nice.music-notes

Jacquie’s thoughts~

This one’s a no-brainer for me.  In fact, I mentioned it to Tracy a few weeks ago so I’m really not trying to copycat you, Bonnie!

I had a dream that started when I was 18 that I was lead singer for the 70’s/80’s  group Chicago for a one-night only performance in Paris.  No kidding.   Stand aside, Peter Cetera.   I had been rudely dumped by a Parisian boyfriend when I was over there (this is the true part of the story) and I thought it would be such sweet revenge to come back to the city of love and show the jerk what an amazing success I had made of my life.  Ha ha!  I had been a huge fan of Chicago and knew the lyrics to all of their songs so I really thought I could pull it off.   Other than that I’ve never had any interest in being a musical performer.

Yeah….I’d definitely go for the 24 hour Paris gig even now.    There’s no statute of limitations on payback.  ; )

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