… used to be Hawaii. I used to be SO into windsurfing and surfing.
I kinda still am, but now it’s … LAS VEGAS!!
I’m trying to keep this personal website PG-rated so please don’t ask for R-rated pictures of my wild webcam-model days. Also, I’m taking a break (maybe a permanent one) from being an escort and Dominatrix.
But, for old times’ sake, here’s the dress that made me the most money. Yes, my hair was shorter then.
I still have that dress! I like it so much I bought two, in case something happens to one of them.
Here’s a poolside glamour shot from the summer of2015:
At some point I really tried hard to generate buzz about my sexy modeling. Being paid big bucks to look pretty in pretty clothes, in exotic locations … that would have been fun work. I even had some mouse pads made, with this image on them:
And some official paid-photographer glamour shots:
Yes, I cropped them because the full-size version shows off my butt in a tiny thong; not appropriate here.
And no, NONE of these pictures of me are PhotoShopped. That’s the real me.
With my sexuality more private now, that’s still “the real me” too.
So in case you wonder why I focus on European cars: I grew up with them, so they’re my comfort zone and I just stayed there.
But, I LOVE US cars too! My favorite was a Plymouth Barracuda. It was red with standard wheels but it was the same shape as the yellow one in this picture:
Mine didn’t have the V8 engine but it had the 225 slant-six … souped up, including a massive side-draught Weber carburetor with an all-in-one custom manifold that looked like a Jewish candlestick. It was fast — including around corners.
I’ve also owned and liked other Chrysler products, and GM cars, and Fords.
I drive a Ford Econoline E150 van sometimes, with the Mustang EFI 5.0 liter V8 engine and the AOD transmission. Yes, I know everyone hates that transmission — everyone but me. I kinda like it. My first Ford has the classic 3.0 liter Essex V6 in it … fast, and I love how it sounded. That was the first and last car that taught me not to open the radiator cap when the engine is hot. Oweee.
For many years, I have also owned a 1984 AMC Jeep Grand Wagonneer with the 5.9 liter engine. What it lacks in paint, it makes up for in character.