Spring is one of my favourite months when buds on the tree burst into bloom. I especially love the cherry blossoms and jacaranda trees.
‘Blossom’ is another word for flower which is usually flowers on trees of orchards. It is a sign that winter is over and the end of July the blossoms start to bloom. Plus the summer fruit will soon be here – peaches, pears, plums, cherries to name a few.
On a recent visit to Canberra in August I was able to see the cherry blossoms which were blooming around Lake Burley Griffith.
Jacarandas have a beautiful purple blue flower which flowers in late October to mid November which leaves a carpet of blue as their flowers fall to the ground. You can see the trees dotted all over Sydney especially along the foreshore. They are actually all over Australia. People flock to see the trees and the spectacular beauty for photos.
The proper name is jacaranda mimosifolio and are native to South America and have been growing in Australia for over 150 years, despite not native to Australia.
Jacarandas represents wisdom, rebirth, wealth and good luck. Legend says if the flower falls on your head, it means good fortune for you.
I went for a walk in the botanical gardens to see the large jacaranda tree while being able to view the beautiful harbour Sydney has to offer.
So take a walk in the botanical gardens to see the jacaranda tree. I’m available to accompany you as a social companion. See my services and rates for details.
Living in a world affected by Covid-19 has not been easy. So many of us have lost our jobs as well as my fellow sex workers.
My civvie job and my sex work are on hold now and like many of us in the industry I have no income coming in with bills and a loan to pay. These have been difficult times. For all of us this is unchartered waters in unprecedent times.
I never imagined living through a pandemic. To see our supermarket shelves empty with the basic essentials to survive. People going crazy over toilet paper. That will go down in history. We all need to support one another by showing some kindness. We need resilience, respect and courage.
I recently had a death in the family during these difficult times. Attending the funeral was a different experience. Everyone practiced physical distancing. No-one touched each other, no hugs or consoling one another. It was heart-breaking not being able to share the grief. The funeral home provided hand sanitiser to everyone as we left (which sadly is almost a metaphor for the service sanitised). This is the new norm.
I usually go to the beach for walks to clear my mind but have been staying away due to so many people not social distancing. I will continue to do so when I can when I know I will be on my own to do the right thing with social distancing. Other times I am self-isolating. I’m keeping active by walking in the park or riding a bush bike each day.
I have also been dealing with harassment because that person has taken it upon themselves to jump to conclusions without any proof of evidence to back up their assumptions about me on a matter. It’s been a stressful time for me.
If you would like to help me make it through this period I would truly appreciate any financial support that you may care to make. Would love to hear from you if you are able to help me out.
If you would like to chat at any time to keep in touch with one another and provide the companionship that you may need, happy to chat for a small donation.
To all my wonderful clients thank you so much for all your support. I hope to see you soon when we come out the other side of Covid-19. Especially looking forward to a dinner or lunch date to enjoy some good conversation, meal and fun. See my services
Remember #socialdistancing so we can continue living in a world affected by Covid-19, beat this and be safe. Hopefully a vaccine will be found soon.
The summer season has come to an end. It has been a summer I’m sure many of us would like to forget and one I hope will never be repeated. The devastating bushfires which so many lives and homes were lost. I had several friends who almost lost their homes down around Bega and in the Southern Highlands. The lost of wildlife which so sad to which our koala is close to extinction. Sydney was blanketed in smoke for months as the bushfires burned making it hard to breathe some days.
We endured drought and then we had the rain which was needed but only to bring floods. So nature has not been kind to Australia this summer as it says farewell for another season. As I take my last walk along the beach for summer which is slowly becoming isolated, it’s time to reflect what has occurred. You can feel the nip in the air in the mornings and evening. The autumn months will approach with the leaves on the tree turning a beautiful golden colour.
My friends recently came back from a trip to Lima, Peru where they visited the Larco Museum which houses ancient artifacts. But in a gallery segregated from the main gallery are 1500 year old year old erotic sexual pottery, pre-Columbian Moche pottery which depicts the Adean people’s explicit sexuality.
Spooning Erotic Pottery
They say it presents the physical act of sex as an affront to the Catholic faith. But the art also suited the Spanish need to define indigenous people as “carnal”, “lustful” and pagan” tribes which would declare war so that the Spanish could expand their territory. The pottery is not of traditional sex but men and women having anal sex, women performing oral sex on men and men masturbating.
Oral Erotic Sexual Pottery
Anal intercourse was accepted and practiced as a form of birth control.