The Interrogation

Sunday, September 8, 2013
from:  Landshark
to:    Sassy
date:  Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 7:40 PM
subject:  Re: Blog
Wow…let me pull up the uncomfortable chair and the bright light …
On the night of …
Oh sorry – I must have watched too many interrogation scenes!
Yesterday and today were incredible.  I ran yesterday and got the bike out today and did some hills.
Interesting on one front – mean on another?  Am not sure.  I think anyone who leads these secret lives has some level of multiple perspectives.  Not sure if I am saying that clearly…
I do appreciate a good listener – when I get to know you better, I’ll take you up on your offer.  There are not a lot of people in my regular circles – well – no one – that I can really talk to.  
What do I like to cook … most anything.  I like to grill or make italian – chicken picatta, sausage parm, spaghetti with clam sauce.  I like to try new things – and will scour the cookbooks for ideas.
There have been 3 women over the past several years.  One that I met online (the good ol’ AOL chat rooms of yesteryear), one was a girl I knew from high school – but never dated or anything in those days and the last was a woman from one of my customers.
None have ever been a sexy blogger (that I know of).
What should I know about you that doesn’t come out in your blog?  I like the genuine nature of your postings.  You have a good streak mixed in with all of the other ‘stuff’!
I’m sweating from all of this interrogation …
Oh – and for the record – I am all about reciprocity!  In any and all places …
Hope Brasserie Jo was good (like their Steak Frite) and the play was fun.  I enjoy theater – I try to go as much as I can.
Off to go pack for my ridiculously early flight tomorrow.  Can’t wait to hear back from you.  
from:  Sassy
to:    Landshark
date:  Mon, Sep 9, 2013 at 1:20 AM
subject:  Re: Blog
Hiya Evan!  
I hope you have safe and uneventful travels.  Are you staying over or popping right back tomorrow night?  
Heh… I watched a lot of “Law & Order” and “CSI” back in the day… hope this conversation is more pleasant! 
I looked at Google Maps for your town.  I have been close, on almost every side but can’t recall ever being there.  Funny how it is right there and I’ve never hit it.   Have you always lived in this area? 
I often think most my useful role is as confidante.  When you are ready, I am here.  I am often “the only one” people talk with.  My sister says I wear “a shirt” that everyone can see if they really look at me… it reads “Talk to me and you’ll feel better.”  Heh.  
Wow… your cooking sounds incredible!  I was drooling at all those dishes!  Are you Italian or does that cuisine just happen to dominate your repertoire?  
Very interesting about your ladies.  Why do you fool around?  Did you seek it out or fall into it?  Do you have sex with your wife and need something more/different?  Or are you like me, in the “nothing at home/need something” group?  Do you have guilt?  I manage to avoid it, not sure how.  Have you ever been caught?  
Brasserie Jo was bizarre.  The brunch food seemed ordinary, the service terrible… but I had fun with my sister and her family.  I need to give the place another chance when I am not in a hurry.  “The Jungle Book” was great!  Sort of half-way between “The Lion King” and “Bombay Dreams” with the amazing animal costumes, half jazz/half Indian orchestra, and great tunes.  The best moment was when my little niece told me not to worry if there were scary parts – she would hold my hand!   My project meeting rolled along easily.  If you wonder about any behind-the-scenes stuff from the blog, don’t hesitate to ask.  
I sent out an invitation for a special September Sunday night Sassy chat, so a lot of my chat buddies showed up to talk tonight.  It’s a very supportive, sexy fun group, made for a great end to my birthday!   Maybe you can pop in there with me someday and meet the gang.   
Time to sleep.  Back to my mundane life at the office tomorrow!  This is so fun!  I hope you’re write more when you have time. 

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