Archive for October, 2008

Making Tuesday count

Author: Denise Masino
October 14, 2008

Denise makes a discovery on her walk! I mailed in my vote this morning because I won’t be in Florida on election day and then proceeded to do my cardio to start my day properly. It was a great way for me to start my day, and I highly recommend that all Americans do the same. Besides you never know what you will discover during your walk. Just look at what I found <smile> xoxo Denise

Burning Man

Author: Denise Masino
October 13, 2008

Denise’s post Burning Man partyburningmn_5824.jpgSexy Burning womanSexy Fire dancershot dancers Saturday night I went to a friends party and had the pleasure of meeting some great people who recently returned from Burning Man, an annual event held in the Nevada Black Rock desert. The pictures I included here are a couple of shots of the fantastic fire dancers who performed at the party. Having never been to Burning Man myself, I was very interested in learning about this unique, 1 week get away that included the pilgrimage of almost 50,000 people from all walks of life. Imagine a community of 50,000 artists, doctors, nurses, plumbers, teachers, mothers, fathers, brother, sisters and everyone in between, coming together to build a community in one of the harshest ecosystems imaginable to man. All of it set up, maintained and then cleaned up in such a manner, that all of its participants leave not a trace of their week long existence. You have to wonder, if that is even possible? The event is described as an experiment in community, self-expression and self-reliance, where at the end of a week of creating, building, sharing, helping, learning from and living with others, a constructed wooden man is burned in effigy. I’m not doing this event justice in this description because even as a passive listener to stories about what people got out of their Burning Man experiance I was left with a burning curiousity. Burning Woman at Burning Man 09?

Angie Salvagno and Denise

Author: Denise Masino
October 11, 2008

Denise and Angie Pool SideDenise and Angie Pool side Just for fun and because I’m such a tease I’m posting a couple of pictures from my latest group of updates. Have fun with these samples of my shoot with Angie! xoxo Denise

Red nails

Author: Denise Masino
October 10, 2008

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tough times require a cool head

Author: Denise Masino
October 9, 2008

It was a day of tech issues and many bumps in the road as we work to continue adding new features and upgrades to our systems. At the end of the day we pushed pass most of our glitches and found our way. I could have gotten stressed out but figured that wouldn’t help anything, so instead I worked with my team and we patiently and diligently figured things out. Of course it helps to have a great, level headed team. Once we had everything under control, I relaxed with a manicure and pedicure and matching dark burgundy nails. Progress can be painful but it’s always best to just stay calm and focused. @{——— Denise


Author: Denise Masino
October 7, 2008

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Just in time for Halloween, I have some interesting chalk art to share with you guys. A short while ago I mentioned a chalk art festival I went to in Pasadena and tonight I came across some images from the festival. Check out the amazing art work and some of the messages the artists shared in their art 😉 Denise

Monday state of mind

Author: Denise Masino
October 6, 2008

Dear Diary, It’s Monday and I have a lot of things I want to accomplish this week. I love Mondays because of the energy that gets poured into each and every one. Monday’s are a constant restart, and then of course there’s all that potential that a Monday brings. Mondays are about focusing on potential and forward progress, big and small. I always feel like I can set the tone for the week and that always pumps me up. This is a special Monday because my sister had her baby this morning. A healthy little boy, who weighed 9 pounds 7 ounces and looks like his proud dad. My sister is doing well and my mother and other family members are filled with joy. Not a bad way to start a Monday. Make it a great week. xoxo Denise


Author: Denise Masino
October 5, 2008

OK, so I loved the title of this movie so much that I decided I had to go see it. After experimenting with my new web cam setup, I played in front of the camera and modeled all kinds of panties  in search of the ultimate panty bulge 🙂  Never underestimate the power of the right pair of undies is what I say. Sheer panties, cotton panties, zipper panties, you name it, I love them all and so did my cameraman. For an hour the bulge in his pants was the ultimate judge. And when I was done torturing him, he got to chew on my full swollen panty bulge . Oh yeah and after that, we went to go see the movie Choke and ended the evening with some laughs. 🙂 Live, Laugh, Love xoxo Denise

Joe v Sarah

Author: Denise Masino
October 3, 2008

I hate to get all political on my blog because to be honest, this site is really all about having fun. Life is full of so much stress and negativity that I honestly believe we all need constant reminders that tomorrow is not guaranteed to any of us. Having said that, I was inspired to write my 2 cent rant about tonight’s historic VP debate, so here it goes. First I have to say that I was genuinely worried, anxious even, about watching Sarah Palin tonight. It’s the same sort of sick and worried feeling I get every time I hear President Bush speak. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve thought, Oh My God, that’s our president!  I wanted to close eyes, cover my ears and at the same time I wanted to scream, but all the while, I couldn’t move away from the television. Like everybody else, I had super low expectations of Sarah Palin, and I honestly did not want to watch more embarrassing Palin moments. After all, haven’t we seen enough? So there I was, waiting for the horror show to begin, and instead, what I got was some of the most interesting television I’ve seen in a while. Within about 15 minutes of the debate starting, I was thinking, shit I should have made some popcorn, and by the end of the debate I wanted a piece of raw hide to chew on, but instead opted for a glass of wine 😉 . I was fascinated by Sarah’s tactical performance and riveted by Joe’s presentation of his political views on both foreign and domestic policies as he answered each question that was posed.  The strategy set forth by the republican party (or so it seems) was to deliver a vice presidential candidate in Sarah Palin that the “average” middle class American (woman) could identify with.  Sarah, the home town girl, from a hard working middle class family, the “soccer mom” who knows just enough to get her by. What I saw in Sarah was a well rehearsed performance that made me feel like I was watching an actor playing a well rehearsed role in a movie. And although she delivered a good performance, I was really amazed by her patronizing winks, her sarcastic mocking and her arrogant, continues refusal to answer really important questions. Further, I was surprised that the moderator didn’t do a better job on that point. In closing, I have to say that I thought Joe Biden did an incredible job of educating the public on his positions on crucial national and international issues. His experiance and his record made me feel that the Obama/Biden ticket was a strong choice. Joe Biden was a real gentleman, he was articulate, professional, forthright and most of all he felt incredibly, incredibly REAL. And thats, my two cents! xoxo Denise

Hump day

Author: Denise Masino
October 1, 2008

It’s October 1st and hump day and I love both 🙂 Fall is truly my favorite time of year. I am a passionate earth sign, who loves harvest time, cool crisp nights and Halloween. I never need an excuse to dress up, but I love having a fetish party or two to go to where every body indulges their alter ego. Who would you be dressing up as if I took you out with me this Halloween?