Naked pics and flirt

07 Oct

"We want them to be able to stay in their homes." The idea for the calendar as a fund-raising tool was hers, and yes, inspired by the movie.

"I went to our philanthropy director and said, 'Why don't we do a calendar like they did in that movie? And then there's a woman who uses a scooter to get around, posed on a big old Harley. "We had no no trouble talking anyone into doing it," she said.

Fantasy - To be gifted a wallet full of cash to go shopping with. Flirting, at its most basic, is playfully showing you are romantically attracted to someone.If you are ready to flirt with someone, you should already know you are sexually attracted to them, and like them!Traveling is something I enjoy very much and will do so each chance I get (my dream city is Tokyo, Japan)! I DO NOT play with men who do not respect or support me. Although I tend to have a calming affect to someone that is stressed or going through hard times.Other likes include:- Being single (mostly)- Random acts of kindness- Tennis- Anime- Smoking dat good- Munchies- Receiving gifts from my wishlist - Offline tips I have NEVER seen snow and one day I hope I can make a snow angel. How far my sexuality will go depends on how I feel, so I tend to have an open mind. #Golden Rule ^-^ If not, then feel the wrath of this little Latina! Unless in party chat or when I personally ask you to make a request.Mostly people like you and me who like being naked at home or in front of others.These dare to bare brave souls like , girlfriends and couples come from the US, Canada, UK and the World. I like men who are respectful and know how to treat a lady.I like exploring new territory and new experiences. I've been known to be a little feisty so whoever can handle that has an advantage!All revenues from the sale of the 5,000 calendars -- less printing costs and the chocolate cake used as prop -- will go to the Benevolent Care Fund created to help them stay. Gordon, a retired financial planner and now treasurer of the Riderwood's Village Protestant Church, has lived in the community for more than six years.She dismisses those who see her retirement community as a "nursing home." "It's more like being on a cruise ship that never leaves port," she said, describing non-stop activities, classes and programs for residents.