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Ah the great Tumblr.. . a place for the mind to wander and Tumble across thoughts, images, art... and it all mixes together.... and I try to post here some of the things I think of as I watch my wonderful Wife on Her journey... and how it intersects with mine in interesting ways as our souls tumble along the Cosmos... things we have done.. things we talk about doing... stuff that is just too hot not to post... and silly and cute stuff too... and sometimes things that touch the heart....


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haversackers:

Or look like a taco…

haversackers:

Or look like a taco…

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4 hours ago
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1 day ago
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nude-milfs-wives-and-girlfriends:

laddie17:Im thinkinor maybe herebabbabbyyy!!Julianna YoungI need to go to babes house.. now.

nude-milfs-wives-and-girlfriends:

laddie17:

Im thinkinor maybe herebabbabbyyy!!

Julianna Young

I need to go to babes house.. now.

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4 days ago
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dazzledent:

Jean Paul, Mary Deighan, and Pamela Green from the George Harrison Marks book She Walks in Beauty. The title is, of course, from Lord Byron’s 1814 poem of the same name.

dazzledent:

Jean Paul, Mary Deighan, and Pamela Green from the George Harrison Marks book She Walks in Beauty. The title is, of course, from Lord Byron’s 1814 poem of the same name.

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4 days ago
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