This means I have to write about other things. I'll write about past experiences, perhaps, or some points of spanking protocol, or make up song lyrics, or make comments about pictures I've found on the web, or occasionally write a caption for a picture I've found. Sometimes it takes a while. I don't have any set schedule that I adhere to when it comes to posting. My "posting schedule" consists of the words, "When I feel like it." And then, when the mood hits, I put a post together and throw it out there for all you wonderful readers. (And with a schedule like that, believe me, I really appreciate the fact that all of you keep coming back and checking the blog for updates.)
Posting is just one part of the fun--the other part is reading the comments that a post may generate and responding to them. I've had posts that have gotten no comments whatsoever. Others have replies that number in the double digits. Adding a comment isn't required, of course, but it can add to your fun and your enjoyment of a blog such as this.
Take, for example, Devlin O'Neill's Weblog. Dev, Gwen, and Michael turn out a prolific number of posts, and they have a regular roundtable of readers (myself included) who enjoy talking about them--although sometimes those discussions can veer off into off-topic territory, which might be why it's not unusual to see a post on Devlin's blog with 20, 50, or 75 comments.
Michael is one of those who keeps the reply ball rolling. Sometimes he "highjacks" the blog from Devlin and puts up his own post--other times he confines himself to reading and adding to the commentary to further the conversation, or just to try and keep certain young ladies who frequent the comments ssection from running amok.
Michael is also a valued reader of this blog, and his comments here are always welcome. So I'm posting the following two pictures in his honor. On Dev's blog back on July 11, he wrote a very nice article on actress Scarlett Johansson. (You can go to Devlin O'Neill's Weblog to check it out....use the "search" option at the top of the page and enter--what else?--"Scarlett Johansson".)
The first picture comes from Gloss magazine, with Scarlett's assets covered but nonetheless well displayed:
And the last picture is from a Vanity Fair cover that featured many of the upcoming new--and nude--young actresses to watch out for:
I seem to recall Scarlett Johansson commenting on this photo later, making some reference to her "doughy white butt" (I haven't been able to find the exact quote, so the wording here is approximate). I think Michael would agree that she is worrying needlessly--I think she looks just fine, and not doughy at all.
And as for it's whiteness--I think Michael might have an idea or two on how to add some color to her cheeks!