Raw and pale, the truth bears her body to the world.

Those who fear her, avert their eyes.

Some are ashamed of her nakedness, and look on with revulsion.

Those who center their lives around truth, embrace their lover and carry her home. 


After the Rain

Red were the roses dripping from her parted lips,

Green eyes flashed hot in the yellow-gold afternoon.

Violet was his desire coursing through throbbing veins.

Orange was the hour of the sun’s sinking.

Indigo was the pool her dress made on the floor.

Inky blue-black covered their bodies in the secrecy of the night. 


Since this is the first post I wanted it to be rather fabulous. At the same time, however, I don’t want to repeat the introduction-ish shenanigans that you can read in the “About” page if you feel ambitious. People go to blogs for information- thus information you shall receive! Let us get down to it!

I signed up to be a BzzAgent last month. For those of you who don’t know it is a word of mouth product review company (I.e. they ship you products and you reciprocate by reviewing them). Who doesn’t love that? Do you want to know something else? It’s free. Not only is it free, but my first product that I got in the mail to review came with coupons (which I live for!).

Now, being a girly sort of human-thing, I was a little disappointed that the first review campaign I was selected for was Cottonelle Flushable Cleansing Cloths- AKA wet ones for adults.

However, let us not sneeze at a clean bum! Wet wipes, are wet wipes are wet wipes…BUT the packaging for these cleansing cloths is really nice. I will upload a picture later, I probably could have opened with one, but it didn’t quite dawn on me what I was going to post about until just now. I mean really- just now.

Anyway, the packaging: I don’t know how many times I have maimed a finger while trying to fish a wipe out of those spiteful plastic containers with the little teethy things that are supposed to hold up a continuous stream of wipes…but doesn’t.  The same goes for Clorox wipes (not for your bum, but you get the point)! I really love the packaging that Cottonelle used because the little place where the wipes come out is a soft rubber. No finger maiming! Not only that, but the plastic container has a separate opening compartment for refills. It is literally rage free.

Also, as far as the product goes, they do indeed seem to flush just fine.

Anyway, this is the first post. I apologize if you are not enamored with the tale of wet wipes that I have spewed onto this page! Maybe the next post will be more delightful to your mind.

~Yours so very truly