Monday, March 22, 2010

New Blog: Password Protected

I have been meaning to blog for awhile now, but between work and G and so many other life events, I simply have not had the time. There's also the lingering feeling that this blog is not as anonymous as I'd like. I mean, of course you all know my name now, but I'm not talking about being known in blogger land or even being known on national TV, but that perhaps real life friends or family may have found me here, which makes me clam up. So, in the mean time, I've started another corner of the blogosphere to commence emotional spillage, but most posts will be password protected. I've written the first entry and man, it feels like I just had a great vent session with a therapist (but it was free!).

I welcome you to email me at redrivershel at gmail dot com to get your very own password, that is, if you fall under one of these categories:

  • Either you are a real life IF friend and/or monkey sister
  • Or you have an identifiable blog that I can go onto and read all about your own exploits.
Hope to see some of you there!

**Oh, and I will still maintain this blog, but will have more of an IF focus. The other blog is just for general uncensored spillage, mostly of the non-IF variety.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

5 vials M.enopur available!!

Sorry for the MIA, but life has been, simply put, chaotic...and not always in a good way. Of course the chaos named G is always good, even when it's sorta bad. :)

So before I return to emotional spillage via blog, I wanted to offer 5 vials of 75 iu of M.enopur I came across this afternoon. They expire in June and while I'd love to say I will one day pursue #2, I'm not nearly masochistic enough to see that happen anytime soon.  Email me at redrivershel at gmail dot com if you'd like to put it to good use. 

First come, first served!!

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Good Morning America

In case you missed it when it aired at the butt crack of dawn Saturday morning, here it is!

Overall, I'm really pleased on how it came out.  No horrific out of context editing that I could pinpoint, which is always a good thing.  (of course, I am disappointed they didn't have their airbrusher on hand :) Let me know what you think!