July 2019 Recap

New biothane collar

New biothane collar

Seared scallops salad and mussels in tomato sauce

Seared scallops salad and mussels in tomato sauce

  • July is Kino’s birthday month! Staying true to my love language, I had a lot of fun cooking up some special dishes to celebrate. On his actual birthday, we enjoyed a seared scallop salad with mussels cooked in a spicy garlicky tomato sauce. Throughout the month, I made 유부초밥 and 물냉면, both with my own unique spin to it.

  • Luna finally got an upgraded custom collar from CSJCreations. I chose biothane for the material of this collar because it’s durable, has the sophisticated look of leather, and is super easy to wipe clean. It also comes with a side quick release, because who has the time to buckle and unbuckle her collar every time she goes in and out of the house?!

  • I went mountain biking for the first time and had a disastrous and embarrassing fall going downhill. Tbh still healing from the scrapes and bruises, but thank goodness for no serious injuries! Also, the Athleta Foothill Long Sleeve Tee that I was wearing is LEGIT. I fell with all my body weight on my elbows and there is not a single sign of damage on the shirt.

  • Speaking of Athleta, their performance underwear is my newest obsession!!! Seamless, quick drying, and so comfortable to wear. Perfect for physical activity and for casual wear.

  • Prior to my mountain biking injuries, I recently began to climb V2s at my gym! Finally learning to fine-tune my techniques with rockentry’s climbing tips on Youtube.

  • And so I’m starting to post my short beta sends as a story highlights on IG, to track my progress and see what I can improve on.

  • These two songs by Alec Benjamin on repeat lately: Jesus in LA, If We Have Each Other.

  • This podcast episode about sex work was pretty eye-opening.

  • All this dreamy custom woodwork makes me want to move to Norway so I can have these pieces in my home.

First time mountain biking

First time mountain biking

Hiking at Eisenhower Park

Hiking at Eisenhower Park

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