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Letter 22 – Into the Night with Mr. C, Jacuzzi Jets, Dorothy, Munchkins, and the Yellow Brick Road
“In the realm of love all things are possible. To the devout lover nothing is impossible. For him or her the important thing is – to love. Such individuals do not fall in love, they simply love. They do not ask to possess but to be possessed, possessed by love. When, as is sometimes the case, this love becomes universal, including man, beast, stone, even vermin, one begins to wonder if love may not be something which we ordinary mortals know but faintly.” –Henry Miller, Sextet
1/2/12 1:09 p.m.
Dear Henry Miller,
When Mr. C and I first met, we took many long drives – weekend trips, either in Minnesota or nearby states, when I didn’t have my kids and he didn’t have his. Sometimes our trips were so profoundly erotic, they remain stuck in my memory, haunting me, until I write them down. I still love it when we are able to get away, taking a long road trip, adventuring to a place we have never visited. It’s in the car, travelling somewhere new, when I get to connect on a deep level with my husband. We are focused on each other – not distracted by work, telephones, household chores, computers, televisions, etc….It’s one of my favorite things to do with Mr. C. I love to experience new destinations, new sexual experiences, and create new memories with him. It revitalizes us as a couple. It recharges our love life. It re-ignites energy within each of us, which I feel is so important. Continue reading