Dude. Check out these “hotties in the shower”!

Yesterday, Denny commented, saying (in part): “Could we maybe have a post of hotties in the shower, maybe “doin’ stuff” to themselves or to others?”
We LOVE post requests and “showers” are a favorite subject.
Actually, the shower is where David and I usually have sex. We’ve perfected a whole bunch of eat ass ‘n ‘suck ‘n fuck positions in a small space with water cascading over us. YUM!
Thanks for the request, Denny. You’re tha best!


Denny was asking about “Chance” and how he’s doing with his cochlear implant. The short answer is he’s doing wonderfully well. He’s an interesting kid. He absolutely worships Cal… and has almost perfectly adopted his Aussie accent. He walks like Cal… talks like Cal… and even smiles like Cal.
As for his implant, he wears it all day, but takes it off at bedtime. It’s now such a natural thing that none of us ever even think about it. The implant is a miracle – and so is Chance!

Dude. Let us give you a hand with that!


Hey, guys. it’s Cal. This morning, I texted David asking if he could do a post for me to “tag-on” to. He said “Sure” and texted me back in less than a hour saying “You’re all set to go.” Wow. That was fast!
Here’s an update on Chance’s cochlear implant. We went to his Doctors for an evaluation and to have the implant turned on last Friday. His medical team was very pleased with his progress. Roberta and Dub spent the weekend with us working with him – saying words while signing them and having him repeat them. It’s hard work but they managed to make a game out of it, and Chance is a fast learner. Then, Roberta has been with him at school all week continuing the process – and Alex, Bella and I have been continuing it in the evenings. He’s a real “trooper” and we’re already seeing good progress.
Yesterday evening when I got home, Alex and Bella were in the kitchen making dinner and Chance was in his room playing a video game. I went to the doorway and said “Hey, Chance.” He had his back to me and was looking at his I-pad screen, but he immediately said “Hey, Dad.” I just stood there dumbfounded, and then he turned around and flashed me one of his huge, electric smiles. We had both just realized that not only did he hear me but he actually recognized my voice. I grabbed him in a big hug and felt tears running down my cheeks while we were both laughing.
We still have a long way to go, but his progress is amazing and we’re absolutely thrilled. He’s a sweet kid and we’re all just so proud of him!
On another topic, My Mum and Dad left for Australia on Monday. They still own property down there and so-far it’s been spared from the fires, but they felt they needed to be there. Knowing my Mum as I do (and how she feels about her “grand-babes”) I’m thinking it’ll probably be a short trip. We’re all sending our love and prayers to the people of Australia (and the animals). I’m afraid “climate change” is occurring faster than anyone thought it would.
xoxo Cal and Alex

Dude. Whachagonnadoboutit?

You know how it is. I mean, you think you’ll just hop in the shower for a quick de-funk… and up pops your favorite shower toy. So, whachagonnadoboutit? Seriously, what ARE you gonna do about it? (If David’s home it isn’t a problem…but if he’s not…”whachagonnadoboutit?” 🙂

Hey, guys. It’s Cal. I really screwed this up. I’d asked Ben if he could do a post I could “tag-on” to and he did this one – and when I wrote the tag, I somehow managed to post it without my comments. I’m glad David and Ben understand WordPress, I’m pretty sure I never will.
Anyway, wanted to let you know Chance got his bandages off yesterday. He was really happy about it and was able to shower yesterday evening (for the first time since his surgery). The Doctor said he’s healing “remarkably well” and there’s every reason to believe the implant can be turned on in three or four weeks. Then, the work will begin. Roberta has been studying about learning to hear with cochlear implants and has put together a daily program for him. It’ll consist of saying a word and showing it to him in writing and signing it at the same time. She’s also working with Dub, Bella, Alex and me so we can use the same method. We told the Doctor about it and he said it sounds “Perfect.” He won’t have the implant turned on until after Christmas – and it’ll be a long process – but he’s a bright kid and has lots of resources – so we’re betting he’ll be hearing before too long.
We’re all super excited about Christmas at the lake. Alex has been making weekly trips to Table Rock to supervise construction of Ty and Damien’s new cabin – and he works on decorating our cabin for Christmas every time he goes down there. Knowing my hubby, I’m sure it’ll be awesome! xoxo Cal and Alex