Catherine Connell Abstract Fashion is often dismissed as, at best, irrelevant and, at worst, downright counterproductive to the presumably more serious and high-minded business of political action. But is it possible to think of fashion not only as compatible with politics but also as a form of political engagement in its own right?
I'd conceived right around Halloween.
I'd enjoyed the role.
Halfway through, I retrieved a glass of water and knelt at his feet, sitting back on my heels. It was another minute before he groaned and reached down, caressing my cheek.
Then his tongue. My whole body trembled now, and I whimpered.
But he surprised me by taking me into the bathroom. Setting me on the closed toilet lid and leaning me against the vanity countertop.
Gathered me into his arms and kissed my forehead. He was snoring softly before I succumbed to sleep.
He stilled. "Hands, Holly.
Plus, I set a timer. It's all good.