Sinful Sunday: Rosy

It’s been a rough few weeks. I’ve not been well, I’ve had panic attacks for the first time in years, and I temporarily lost my mojo.

But I’m on the mend. Going home to Mum and Dad and letting them look after me helped, as did upping my medication for now and the near future – to hell with what it does to my orgasms, this is more important for now.

(It turns out I needn’t have worried – as with so much that I get anxious about – at least, so far. Just as well, considering the number of reviews I’ve got backing up.)

I’m back. I’m still a little fragile, but things are feeling and looking much better. Almost rosy, in fact.

Glass of rosé wine in front of a woman's breast

Who else is playing this weekend? Click on the kiss:

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27 thoughts on “Sinful Sunday: Rosy

  1. VERY cheeky and teasing image! Well played to have both of your nipples hidden and make us long to see what’s not there. (

    HUGS to you. I’ve just come through a rough week myself that triggered my OCD, resulting in an epic meltdown. I too need to remember I am a work-in-progress. No one is insisting I be perfect and “together” but myself.

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    • I can’t begin to imagine what dealing with OCD is like, but meltdowns – I know those. All we can do is try to look after ourselves and give ourselves time to recover, and do our best to remember that it may not be fun but it is okay.
      And enjoy the little things when we can 🙂

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  2. I love this shot and the glass of Rose well I’m there with you with that one!

    Hope you feel better soon, sometimes a meds increase is necessary in the short-term to bring you back level again, just keep going you will get there. I spent several years with meds assisted depression, it goes up and it goes down but eventually you will get there. Keep hold of the cheeky you that you know is inside that’s who is important. Big hugs x

    Velvet x

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    • After the initial horror and collapse, I’d go so far as to say the waiting to feel normal again is one of the toughest bits. I know it’ll happen, but the damage limitation, the picking things back up, the getting over feeling like a failure even though we know we’re not… I’ve had some lovely and very much appreciated messages, support and surprises from friends over the past few weeks – and today on here. It all helps 🙂

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    • Thank you, and thank you!
      I have to say, I think the pills are doing most of the work at the moment, but we’ll get there. For one thing, I always do 😉
      And in the meantime, there’s wine, and lovely people, and toys to play with- er, review. Yes, review.

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  3. I am so glad to hear that you are feeling better. Hopefully this lovely spring weather will also help… and your offer of a drink, well it is very very tempting indeed

    mollyxxx

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  4. Oh my. I know about panic attacks. I have experienced only TWO major ones. Enough to freak me out though. I’m glad to hear that you put you first. That’s most important. Your photo is creative and I really like that. Very artsy looking to me.
    Well wishes on your road to better health. 🙂

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  5. Glad to hear you’re on the mend — self-care is so important — and that your mom and dad were around to help.

    What’s in that glass, anyway? This is really a beautiful and sexy pic.

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  6. I’m happy to hear you’re feeling a bit better. I admire the way you talk about prioritizing your well-being, it’s hugely important and sometimes easy to forget to make sure we take care of ourselves. As for the photo, it’s superb. A lovely shot of your gorgeous skin, but your nipple magnified behind the drink is so stunning!

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