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Magic Mushrooms

The morels were indeed magical. We could barley keep our hands off them until they came out of the pan. Deb makes this wonderful mixture of flour and seasoned salt and garlic and a bunch of secret ingredients she won't reveal. She rolled them in that and sauteed them in real butter. It was a heart attack waiting to happen but we didn't care. We only get to indulge our morel fetish once a year. We decided just the mushrooms were fine for dinner. So we got them out of the pan and put them on paper towels to drain and took turns feeding them to each otehr until they were all gone.

Then we turned up our new Cult CD and danced naked around the living room. That was something we don't do every day.

We spent the rest of the evening with big smiles on our faces. Deb went to bed around midnight but I was on a high from the mushrooms so I stayed up for a little bit packing some stuff and getting ready for my trip. I finally went to bed around 2 am. I dreamed of millions of mushrooms and sex. Not necesarily the same dream. But the sex was great. Too bad it was just in my dreams. I think we explored every taboo and left no fantasy unturned.

I woke up refreshed and light headed this morning. More musrooms tonight and then they will be all gone at least until I return from NC next week and can find some more.

Shame I don't feel like this every day.

Peace,

Wander

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wander
May. 2nd, 2001 09:53 am (UTC)
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Hi,

Just returned from vacation and found your response. The stones are African Picture Jasper and the black is black coco shell heishe. The gold is of course gold filled beads. I'm so happy you liked the necklace!

Peace,

Wander

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