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Author’s Notes for Today

good morning good morning good moaning.

need coffee and need internet at my house sooooo bad!!!

Can’t find the DSL filter with the phone line unless I drive twenty minutes out the city or wait five business days. Help!!!!

Looking for an AT&T store in the 48227 area or a place I can get one. Any suggestions?

Anyhoo:

I do like this attraction. It’s building which is different for me. I know my regulars are looking for that freaky sex scene and I won’t let you down I promise. It’s just with Charisse and her condition I have to be just a little bit more creative.

Kind of like when I was doing the Tanner’s Devil thing. I know that was just straight up fantasy but it was awesome because who could believe a black street girl from Detroit could hook up with a Duke?! That was some creative juices flowing out of that side pocket.

Now I put Charisse in a difficult position but I look at this as layers. I’ve got to get through layers in order to get to her and I conquered the first layer. Tables will soon turn and I think I’ve thoroughly confused and turned you guys to look the other way, while I work it out and pull the surprises out of my bag of tricks.

I did get upset last night because I dropped a red herring in the story that you guys didn’t pick up on yet, but I’m hoping today you catch it because i even forgot the red herring and had to go back and find that stupid thing.

So why’d Chyna call out Daddy? And why’d that turn off the very strong and much needed attention sex drive of Parker? Were the girls or one of them really raped or molested?

Along with all the other questions we need to also explore a lot of things you guys never picked up on. I’ll give you one of them: What happened to Parker’s brother’s son that went into foster care? Why didn’t Parker take the child into custody?

This is going to take a lot of work to fix all these doors I’ve opened.

So with that. I’ll post in about an hour.

Hugs and Kisses from Motown

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Sylvia Hubbard


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