Nothing astonishes men so much as common sense and plain dealing. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

Triskaidekaphobia, anyone?

April 13th, 2012 by Elisabeth

For those of you who might be truly frightened during Friday the 13th, just know that I’ll be around to hold your hand … and other body parts … during this time. In fact, tonight I’m planning on being available until around midnight just to calm those insecure thoughts and fears!!!Aren’t I just the sweetest thing? :)

My weirdest request? Are you sure that you wish to read about it?

April 13th, 2012 by Elisabeth

There was a topic on one of the boards that I frequent and I actually responded to this question. I really don’t LIKE sharing a bunch of unusual requests that have been made of me because if I’ve done it or NOT done it, it still probably reflects poorly on me either way.However … I’m feeling a little sassy this morning and why not?Here’s one:”That reminds me of the time that I was fairly new and was laying in bed with this man at this gorgeous hotel. He was older and seemed so elegant and it was such a nice ambiance. He asked me if I could tell that he only had one testicle. I told him yes.Then he said that the reason why he only had one was because of all of the CBT that he had endured and that he had a scalpel underneath the covers at the bottom of the bed and that I could start playing with him now.And feel free to lop off the other one, too, he said. I was SO caught off guard that I just gasped. It was the WAY that he said it and the look in his eye.I jumped up and started to faint. His laughter turned to something else and he grabbed me. I didn’t faint but it was horrible.Now, I wouldn’t have had that reaction but then? After I actually LOOKED at his cock, it was all covered with scarring, etc. Just gross. There was more to that person and it was pretty sick.”I’ve had men call who want me to feminize them or whatever. I DO think that some men call and just say whatever to keep you on the phone.Things like this just don’t happen to me anymore because I’m either more experienced (well sometimes) or I can anticipate a man’s attitude a bit better.But I’ve had some weird requests. Right now, I’m feeling slightly sick to my stomach remembering that guy above and just don’t wish to share anymore. I hope everyone is gearing up to having a great weekend!And it’s probably not a good idea to keep asking what is my oddest request. I might just tell you!

Sometimes, I miss my youth …

March 29th, 2012 by Elisabeth

Currently, I have two twenty-somethings sharing my incall just temporarily. Just wonderful young ladies with lots of promise and I like them both. And I’ll miss them when they move on.BUT … I see those two gorgeous bodies with pert nipples and not a wrinkle at all and standing there happy and looking like something out of a classical portrait and well, I miss being that young.Just sometimes!There is a picture that I found that sortof reflects what I’m trying to say. In my heart, I feel much younger but it’s certainly a fact that I’m much older than 27 or 28! And I look it as well!

“Find out what you’re afraid of and go live there”

March 24th, 2012 by Elisabeth

I don’t know HOW this has happened but I’m a big fan of Chuck Palahnuik’s work and even moreso, some of his quotes.For whatever reason, people who like to read Charles Bukowski’s stuff also tends to appreciate the works of Palahnuik and when I was reading a site about Bukowski’s “Women”, I found out about Palahnuik even though he was already famous for the writing the book, “Fight Club”.”The Contortionist’s Handbook” by Craig Clevenger was an absolute weird and well written book that tends to stick with you in the same fashion as a Palahnuik novel. And if you liked “Fight Club”, might I suggest “Choke”? Not for the masses but who wants that?So here are a few of his more memorable quotes:Maybe we have to break everything to make something better out of ourselves.Give me rampant intellectualism as a coping mechanism.Did perpetual happiness in the Garden of Eden maybe get so boring that eating the apple was justified?No matter how much you think you love somebody, you’ll step back when the pool of their blood edges up too close.I just don’t want to die without a few scars.A minute of perfection was worth the effort. A moment was the most you could ever expect from perfection.My favorite quote of his is the one in my title line, though. To challenge ourselves and to move forward, it’s not going to always be in an easy or safe fashion. That singular line just makes me think. A lot.

Mutual Respect&Money …

March 24th, 2012 by Elisabeth

I’ve always been one of those women who really don’t like to discuss payment or ask for money up front. It doesn’t seem lady-like and well, it just isn’t “me”. As of now, the tide has changed.Over the past few years, I’ve noticed more and more that getting my rate has become an issue. Last week, there were three times that, for one reason or another, I was basically shorted.And I’ll go ahead and share each example with you. The first happened when I drove to downtown Dallas to a four star hotel and visited a man in a room with a gorgeous view of downtown Dallas. Very nice. When I was leaving, he asked me my rate. Alright. Crap. What is the FIRST thing that a man does after looking at pictures? Right. The rate.He had my regular incall one hour rate. I had already paid almost $20 for valet and a tip. THIS is why we have outcall fees. Gas and time. So effectively, I drove over 55 minutes and actually made LESS than my regular incall rate to see a fellow. Just a complete lack of respect. Plus, I stayed over twenty minutes.He promised to send me an amazon gift card to make up the difference but he didn’t. I know his real name and number but will I do something vile for a $50 shortage? No. It’s not in my nature.Second time. Saw a guy and he thought that he would pay the rate that he paid when he saw me on a special two years ago. No. I mentioned it to him and to cause less embarrassment, I gently told him my rates and to remember them next time.Third time. WONDERFUL man. I mean the chemistry is just awesome. He saw me the first time and I had posted a rare special on a website and well, I hadn’t changed it. Shame on me and no big deal. Saw him a second time. WONDERFUL man. He paid the same rate. I’ve written him a note.With the third person, I don’t wish to lose a great client because of fifty bucks. And frankly, there are a lot of men that I just adore that if money was an issue, that I would try to work out something with them so that they could enjoy the company of a woman.Yeah. I’m THAT fair.But this is coming down to the idea of mutual respect. And it’s something that a friend of mine wrote about on her website. She has shared with me personally about mutual respect it’s a fine a philosophy that I feel that I need to demand for myself. Oh … her website address is http://www.ohcecilia.com She is an exceptional person and I feel honored for her to be a friend of mine.Many, if not most, women in this business are “pleasers”. We wish to be kind and giving. But often, a man and especially a brazen one, will run over a woman and not think twice. I think that’s the reason why we see such harshness on some levels of this pay for play arena.Well, I do not wish to expect that from my client base. When and if you wish to see me, I want you to feel that I’m worth the time and money to be seen. I put in a lot of effort to be the best that I can be with others. And I charge VERY little in relation to the type of service that I give.I give freely of myself and my charms and that is why you wish to see me. Please leave me with a feeling that you’ve fully appreciated the time spent with me. Sadly … I’m going to start asking for my fee upfront. Period.It’s time to get used to it. And also giving me a small token of your appreciate in seeing me, such as something from my wishlist or a book that you think that I would enjoy … is something that is more appreciated than you know.I don’t ever state in an ad or anywhere that I’m a courtesan. The word has been so bastardized as to have really lost it’s meaning. But that is EXACTLY what I am. A courtesan of the highest degree. Generally, I will try to plan things out for my patrons and make times special. And at this point there isn’t much else to state.Personally, it grieves me that I’m going to have to be slightly harsher with regard to funds being given. These are my thoughts on this beautiful spring evening!

Putting all of the poetic verbiage aside for a moment, please read this …

February 24th, 2012 by Elisabeth

If the truth be known, and I tend to not toot my own horn that frequently because it’s just not in my nature, I’m an excellent choice of someone to visit.And these are the simple reasons why: I can probably do anything more erotically charged than most … I can do it harder, softer, with more intensity and with more experience … and I can feel and anticipate what you need better than the vast majority that you would ever run into, either in this sphere or in others.In other words, if you’re looking for someone to spend time with that has the mental and physical capacities to give you a feeling that you are really seeking, I have the ability to do that for you. Period.And that’s a promise.