DY•NAM•IC [dahy-NAM-ik] -of motion. EC•LEC•TIC [i-KLEK-tik] –of varied interests and topics.

About Me

I’m 38, married.  I live in CT.  We have no living children together but we had a son, Samuel.  He was born prematurely on January 2, 2004, and lived for an hour.  He is in my thoughts every day.  

I enjoy trying new recipes and am always looking for something tasty to discover.   Cliff’s a picky eater (definitely a meat and potatoes-y old fashioned home cookin’ guy), so the times when I experiment with a new recipe and we both love it are truly a treat. 

I’ve been doing organic vegetable gardening for about 10 or 11 years now.  For 6 years I’ve been growing my heirloom tomatoes from seed.  My favorite tomato is the German Red Strawberry, which seems to produce larger, more flavorful and meatier tomatoes every year.  

We also grow peppers, greens (broccoli raab, swiss chard, mustard greens), potatoes, green beans, onions, radishes, cukes, and various herbs.   In the past we’ve grown garlic, various squashes, tomatillos & corn.  Wow, you’d think our garden was 2 acres instead of the 25 x 15 feet it actually is! 

As far as TV, I love Survivor, Heroes, Lost, The Sopranos (except that last episode), Law & Order, the Simpsons, Saturday Night Live and many varied other shows when they catch my fancy. 



16 Responses to “About Me”

  1. jolynna said

    You’ve been doing organic gardening for 11 years?!

    I am a VERY new gardener. I AM coming by here often. Be prepared for LOTS of questions.

  2. reeeeeen said

    Yup, and I learn something new every single year. When we started our first garden at our last place our garden was literally the size of 2 parking spaces. Heirloom tomatoes are my ‘specialty’. There is NOTHING like fresh tomato sauce from tomatoes straight from the garden, through the foodmill and in the pot. Good years, I freeze enough puree to make sauce through much of the winter. Although this year, we planted seeds late, and they’re just not cooperating (I keep yelling at them to GROW — but it’s not helping…stubborn things). Cliff is convinced they’ll catch up as soon as the first heat wave hits — due this week actually, so we’ll see!

  3. Maximus said

    I would like to see a continuation of the topic

  4. reeeeeen said

    Hi Maximus!
    If you click on the ‘Garden’ Category on the left column you’ll see some of the results of this past year’s garden. This year I plan on documenting the whole process from seed to sauce.
    Thanks for visiting!

  5. your friend said

    where did you go, my friend?

  6. hot4u said

    your vag was like paradise.

  7. hot4u said

    i loved squirting in all your holes.

  8. hot4u said

    you were the biggest slut i ever met.

  9. hot4u said

    i loved you.

  10. Danatwork said

    The first time I made you strip and squat while i watched was so embarassing for you, but you were so wet from the shame.

  11. Danatwork said

    I remember the time you made stool while a roomful of people watched.

  12. hothole said

    I watched that stool being squeezed out. I don’t know what was hotter, the pucker of your hole or the tears and smile on your face.

  13. hothole said

    You forgot to mention your giant floppy rack!

  14. hothole said

    What about your huge and sensitive clit?

  15. SmellRump said

    Yes, you should have made mention of your spectacular lady parts. They were the most important part of you!

  16. epicwin69 said

    your giant clit was one of my alltime favorite targets! your holes were all about fun and guys violating you.

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