That old adage is most definitely true – Time does fly when you’re a blond having far too much fun…or something along those lines. The first two weeks of my Australian sojourn have seemingly disappeared in the blink of an eye. That being said, I’ve still managed to squeeze in a fair bit of socialising and family time…not to mention so much sun worship an Aztec would be jealous.
My first host – the delightful Daniel – provided a most wonderful base of operations for me to attack the long weekend in Sydney. Centrally located, I was only ever a quick prance away from getting to my pressing engagements and a short walk of shame back home afterwards. The gym and pool in the basement were also rather handy in cleansing away any sins that I happened to consume/perform during my many outings.
It was lovely to catch up with so many of my adoring fans at the Beresford on the Sunday, which, as usual, turned into an alcohol-fuelled competition to see how many handsome homosexuals could possibly be squeezed into the outdoor terrace area…ah I do so love the bump and grind of gaily life. This was then followed by a spot of dancing with strapping specimens of manhood at the DILF party. It was rather a pleasant soirée, even if my main reason for going had been the misguided assumption that it was some sort of training session for gentlemen wishing to become fathers.
Speaking of procreation, I finally got to meet the new additions to my family, namely my three beautiful nieces who were born since my last visit – all within two months of each other, in fact. There has been much quality bonding time with multiple games of peek-a-boo, watching all manner of children’s television programming and changing of nappies…thankfully the latter weren’t fully loaded.
All in all, I’ve been having a most wonderful time and it will only be more so when my loving husband arrives this weekend. Must away, there’s a sunlounge with my name on it and I’ve still got a ways to go until my pasty European hew is transformed into a much healthier shade of bronzed Australian.