Friday, March 12, 2010

Tiger Waiting to be Tamed ~ the synchronicity...

Oh, lovely and beautifully lickable Kittens, it was a damn rough day for the Kougaress... she is worn down to the tips of her claws... yes, she made it out to stalk her groceries down... but the roads here are absolutely hellacious around her parts... mud-slippery... danger, danger, could slide into the ditch... potholes that shake your brain loose, not to mention the poor van... meow!!! yowl! about what should be a real Olympic event.
Tiger Waiting to be Tamed ~ Last night while the Kougar was penning away on her Tiger shifter short story, that song played during a Coast to Coast am radio show that included two guest who spoke about synchronicity... roars about SYNCHRONICITY...
Saffron ~ Big Cats, are you a lover of the spice, saffron, like this Big Cat is? The Kougaress first ate saffron when it was used to flavor a rice dish made by an Iranian student she knew during the early 70's... where said student is now, she has no earthly clue... however, moi fell in love with the taste of saffron.
As it turns out, this EXPENSIVE spice is verra verra healthy for you, and has many healing modalities, including improving the condition of macular degeneration.
Now, if the Kougaress could only afford it... at one time, she even though about growing the particular iris...


Authoress news and mews ~


Thursday Thirteen ~
Keta Diablo presents a fascinating history of erotic writing and books.

The Kougar is blogging at Lindsay Townsend’s THE PINK BLOG, offering up her most recent flashie ~ Flash of a Fairytale and Food ~

Now ~ FIRST! just for the big cool cats ~ from the Flash Cat...

Happy Courtship on another Earth

X-Serial Flash in Two Hundred ~ Sylva and Zeke’s story continues...

Part 438 ~

Sylva let the bubbling-up of her giggles continue. She hadn’t laughed this hard in so long she couldn’t remember the last time. “Little shrieks? Yeah, I bet that’s what you want, cowboy...” Sylva swivelled her gaze toward his all too smug, but handsome mug. “You want those stud balls of yours banging...” she glanced down at his ‘fluffed’ beautiful cock... “while I shriek with abandoned pleasures.” Sylva partially rolled on her side. “Hmmmm... looks like there’s more than enough rope. I don’t think I’ll be asking you to untie your knots. Though, I must say that rope is darn tempting.”

Zeke quirked his brow. “What if I ask for some knot untying?” His bride gave him a damn sassy look. “Well, spread those rugged-riding thighs of yours, buckaroo, and let’s see if I can get those ‘knots’ to cross. Maybe,” she drawled, “if I ‘really’ work at it, I can bow-tie them, then ‘untie’ them. Is that what you want?” Zeke laughed like hell inside at his woman’s sense of humor. “Ouch. I’m thinkin’ your touch may be a bit too rough, darlin’, on tying and untying.” His woman smiled quite naughtily. “I suppose you want the Spring egg approach.”
Part 1 - 15 ~ see blog ~ January 15th Cometh, then Part 15... and before...
Part 16 ~ 437 ~ see the Kougar’s prior bloggies... or the Passionate Ink forum, the FREE READS page ~ ~ OR! Now available on The Romance Studio Forum, January through December 2009 flashes ~ ~ Click on the FORUMS, then Savanna Kougar ~ the Fantasy Lair ~

~~~ Do not comply with the corporate Borg. Resistance is victory. ~~~
~~~ Remember, knowledge and truth make us unfit to be slaves. ~~~
~~~ May the FDA burn in the hell it’s made for all of us, immediately!!! ~~~


Wish Upon on a Blue Moon New Year...
May your most romantic dreams come true...

Waiting to be tamed kisses from the Kougar...


Jolie Cain said...

I don't think I've ever used saffron, but I might have to check this out.

Serena Shay said...

Nope, I've never tried saffron either. I say grow it though and avoid the high cost, plus is it a pretty bloom before it become the spice?

Yuck, mud, mud and more mud. I'm glad you made it back in one piece!

Savanna Kougar said...

Jolie ~ if you've eaten at an East Indian restaurant chances are saffron was used.
It's often used with curry, or in curry.

Savanna Kougar said...

Serena, the spice, as I understand it, is from the stamen of the purple bloom. It's the collection that's really difficult, as I understand it.

Yeah, it was kind of a wild ride.