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Sometimes Business Is A Lot Of Business

I like the manufacturing end.  I don’t like the business end of a business so much, but after all these years I’ve gotten pretty good at it.  Not that I haven’t made some mistakes business-wise, but that, as they say, is just business.  I didn’t grow the largest violet wand company by accident.

I like an organized, clean administrative area.  This is admin.

I have the best job in the world because I love toys (wands) and I love playing with toys (wands.)  So imagine getting to make them, teach about them, use them on lovely people, make people squeal and work with your husband who is an engineering genius, and have so many friends who love wands and know you are making things for people, and have clients become your friends, and work with your friends, and do it for more than a decade!

Plus, I love stationery.  I have a lot of fetishes, but this surely has to be one.  Pens, pencils, binders, markers, highlighters.  Graph paper.  Erasers.  I think it goes back to the start of every school year, and the good fresh new feeling you got looking forward to the first day of school and stocking up.  I loved school, I was good at it.  And here it is the start of another school year and oh no! I had to go buy stationery goods!  It was the perfect time of year to have to go to Office Max.  Best thing in the shopping cart on the way out:  TUL markers.

I don’t know how I like the silly designer office gods they are making ‘for women’ now.  I don’t know if I could take my business seriously if I was working with swirly flowered folders and paper clips in the shape of flip flops.  Alright, I have boxes of purple markers, but that’s as far as it goes!

Some of my other milder fetishes and turn-ons:  My hair. Ethnic wear; Kimono, Bali, Thai, Sari.  I feel super sexy in a sari.  Fur.  The smell of Old Spice plus sweat plus leather.  The sound of rain and surf. Golden hair on a tanned arm.  Luminous skin.  That warble that’s half cry of pain / half gasp of pleasure.

There’s always time to learn or develop new ones, and what’s better than starting something new in September?

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