I Strive to be a Perfect Lover


My Definition of a Good Lover

Someone who gives you the last piece of shrimp.

Someone who will stand by you through hard times.

Someone who can read your mind and finish your sentences.

Someone who will tell you when you are wrong.

Someone who will bring you up when you are down.

Someone who finds pleasure in going the extra mile to please you.

Someone who will bring you chicken soup when you are sick.

Someone who will pick you up from the airport.

Someone who can afford my expensive dining habits. 😉

Someone who is willing to treat me like a Queen, because I’ll treat him like a King.

Someone who will call you just to tell you they love you.

Someone who cuddles in bed with you after making love, and doesn’t jump right in the shower.

A good kisser.
Someone not so damaged that they are afraid to love.

Someone who know’s the “abcs” are a worthless technique. ;D

Someone who is not selfish.

Someone who is thoughtful, and puts you in the equation without thinking twice.

A good lover properly gets you turned on and warms you up. 😉

Someone whose eyes are full. =D

Someone who’s secure and not jealous and possessive. If you have me, you got me.

Someone willing to learn.

Someone who makes you feel like the most beautiful girl that ever walked the planet.

Someone who makes you feel special just for waking up next to them.

Someone who is intelligent with words.

Someone who won’t let a little disagreement break you.

Someone who communicates through that argument.

Someone who is fun and youthful.

Someone who pushes my limits, challenges me, and inspires me.

Someone who can listen to my stoney talk and be on the same level.

Someone who loves me for who I am.

Someone who won’t judge me.

Someone who is patient with me, because hell we all know I have none.

Someone who is confident.

Perfect love is rare indeed – for to be a lover will require that you continually have the subtlety of the very wise, the flexibility of the child, the sensitivity of the artist, the understanding of the philosopher, the acceptance of the saint, the tolerance of the scholar and the fortitude of the certain.

I strive to be a perfect lover.

xoxo

Kristie

My Work Out: Workout 1: Back and Shoulders


I am sharing my routines with you all.  I peaked at my heaviest weight at 137 a few weeks ago.  I lost 7 lbs in just a week.  I got sick again and was bed ridden for 6 days, and jumped back up to 135.  I have been eating cake and pie and icecream while on the couch.  My goal is to reach 113 again by the end of February.

This is the tone I desire.  Of course, she has a horrible augmentation.  But I don’t wish to be too ripped like a veiny bodybuilder.  That is the perfect amount of muscle definition that I wish to have.  It still looks feminine.

So… here is my work out today.

I started with cardio: 30 minutes of interval elipticals.

then I did 15 minutes of bicycles.  Intervals are getting easy, so I tried the “performance” preset.  It was way to hard, I could barely push the pedals, so I went back to intervals.  Usually I do a whole 30 minutes, but I had to use the bathroom really bad, so I quit at 15.

I did some Bikram Yoga stretches to begin.

Rows & Lat Pull Downs Circuit. (no stopping)
20 reps @ 30 lbs
15 reps @ 40 lbs
12 reps @ 50 lbs
10 reps @60 lbs
8 reps @ 70 lbs, immediate burn out at  20 lbs

Warm up shoulders, 5 lbs freeweights: 2 sets burn out: front raises, side raises, butterflies, shoulder press, and I dont know what they’re called, but you hang with your arm dead and move in circles. 

Shoulder Press Machine.
20 at 10 lbs
15 at 20 lbs
12 at 30 lbs
10 at 40 lbs, immediate burn out at 10 lbs.

Free Weight: 30 lbs bar
widPick up bar, standing back row + clean and double press.
3 sets of 12
if you want to make it harder, go down and do 2 push ups after.

Fly Rear Delt Machine:
20 reps at 10 lbs
15 reps at 20 lbs
10 reps at 30 lbs
6 reps at 40 lbs, immediate burn out at 10 lbs.

Wide Grip Pull Downs on Knees (no bench)
20 reps at 20 lbs
15 reps at 30 lbs
12 reps at 40 lbs
10 reps at 50 lbs
8 reps at 60 lbs, immediate burn out at 30 lbs.

Push Ups
3 sets of 15
Stretch in Between

Pull Ups
3 sets of 10
I got tired and forgot, I should have done these the first exercise of my work out to warm up.

Crunches: Center and Obliques, + Planks
3 sets of 50
Center 50
Obliques 50 (lifting knees and alternative)
Followed by planks.

Butt Lifts
3 sets of 10

Cool Down with More Yoga Poses.