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I'm so envy you right this moment...but I'm happy that you're feeling better!
Painfree is good! And so is Ahhhhhhhh! Happy for you!
Hum a man to rub out your kinks... Is Queenie getting her groove back?
I have always been scared of masseuses. I don't know what it is, but I'm just terrified they are going put the hurt on me, rather than alleviate it. And with my luck, I'd get a HUGE Swedish lady named Helga who had hands the size of Volvo tires. Still though, I'm intrigued. Maybe I ought to give it a try. The worst that can happen is that I'll have blog fodder.
Audrey - you should give it a try. Tell the masseuse right at the start that you are nervous about the level of pressure. He/she will start off very gentle and only increase the pressure if you ask. These are professionals and they want to make you feel better, not worse. Discuss with him/her before the massage what areas are giving you difficulty and they can concentrate on them. And then, just close your eyes and sail away. A well done massage is just amazing - your whole spirit will rise up and dance.
Gladys - Just call me Stella.
I not scared of a masseuse I just don't want them squeezing all my lumps of fat!
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