Upside Down, Turned Around

“Stadium Thrill” starring Jewell Marceau vs. myself

KO’ed and Abused

Greetings on this Labor Day weekend,

So many disjointed events have occurred that they seem like kaleidoscope fragments shifting around inside my head. It all started with a routine visit to the dentist who told me that I had a cyst on my throat. He advised that I make an appointment with an ear, nose, and throat specialist immediately. I did so, completing four days of shooting beforehand. On the appointed day my friend Jed kindly accompanied me to the doctor’s office  in case I needed a biopsy and might not feel comfortable driving home. After a short exam doc informed me that dentist had simply located the carotid bulb on my neck, not a cyst. Stunned but relieved I paid the agreed-upon $200 fee (I no longer have health insurance for reasons discussed here) and departed.

Within 48 hours Jed had cracked his tooth by biting into a bone. Of course I returned the favor and drove him to an exam as he had so kindly done for me. Hours passed. I revised text for Summertime Rune (new version entitled Strawberry Moon), filed my nails, flipped through a magazine, watched Hurricane Harvey coverage on TV, walked to 7-11 for a snack, stretched, had a cup of coffee, used the bathroom. Afternoon staff replaced morning staff at the dental office. One of the new arrivals shot a long, speculative look at me. I overheard swing shift receptionist assure an antsy patient that “Normally we never have waits like this but all our dentists are tied up with an emergency.”  Finally my phone chirped.

“Took forever to get that tooth out, just waiting to get sown up.” Jed’s message read.

Maybe 20 minutes later Jed staggered into the waiting room. I tried to keep a neutral expression on my face because he looked like he had gone through a war. Jed tried to talk, could not do so, stumbled into a nearby bathroom to spit blood into the sink. Only much later did he describe a truly barbaric scenario in which a tech held his jaws apart while two different dentists tried for hours to pry a  splintering molar out of his mouth. For the moment I needed to fill Jed’s prescription for pain pills “Rite Aid” he managed to mumble. He waited in the car while pharmacy assistant searched inventory, apologetically returned unfilled prescription to me. Inspiration struck when I returned to the wheel: “I have pain pills at home from my surgery in June!” I proclaimed while starting engine. Upon arrival building manager looked a bit askance when Jed and I alighted from car and Jed spat a stream of blood into the sewer. I bee-lined straight to my bathroom where I spent precious minutes hunting for the pills. In the meantime Jed had found a bottle of vodka in the freezer. “I’m not sure that you should.. ” I started to say and then just shut up. Later on Walgreens filled his Norco prescription and the experience has ended well.

Several days after dental episode I went to a court hearing where a friend’s son would possibly be turning himself in to face jail time. Friend and I arrived a bit late and could not find seats next to son. “He looks sad.” my friend said about son. “Look how red his eyes are.” Honestly, son did not appear that sad to me – he looked like someone who had indulged in a proverbial “last hurrah” overnight but I didn’t say anything. Judge gave son thirty days to get his affairs in order and report for an 8-month sentence in Los Angeles County Jail.

One day later I learned of an advanced water damage/mold situation that I would need to fix on my property. With that in mind I attended a lovely memorial service and could not really ponder the meaningful event because I needed to meet with a contractor about the mold issue directly afterward. Contractor assessed the significant damage and we drove to Home Depot. “Watch it, watch, watch it.. ” he cautioned as a random individual pedaled toward us atop a cornflower blue bicycle with large white basket. Cyclist drifted all over the roadway, enjoying the breeze, his freedom, his ability to disrupt all traffic in the vicinity. I recognized the bike as one of those rented in a popular tourist area miles and miles away. “Pedal for fitness and health!” a banner on the white basket read. “Ha, Ha, Ha!” contractor chortled aloud, his inflection getting higher on each “Ha!” “Look at him go! Look at this guy go!” I burst out laughing too. Bike thief was enjoying his ride more than anyone from the gentrified “Pedal for fitness and health!” enclave ever could.

As I sit here typing a freak, beautiful rainstorm has just begun pummeling my neighborhood. So awesome! We have been experiencing a 90+ degree heat wave near the ocean. Recent occurrences – including this sudden summer rain – have left me slightly discombobulated, like I haven’t really had a chance to process everything that’s happened in the past week or two. I am posting above photos from Stadium Thrill because I need some nudie pics and because they reflect how my circumstances have been veering all over the place lately..

Anyways, I feel very grateful for all blessings and hope everyone is doing well. I will try to answer post comments in the next few days.

XO Tanya



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2 thoughts on “Upside Down, Turned Around”

  1. Hello Tanya,

    First of all I hope that you have had an enjoyable Labour Day, especially after all your recent trials and tribulations, so beautifully described in your latest post. I know that it’s a public holiday, but I can’t somehow imagine you taking it too easy.
    I have really enjoyed your recent blogs, not to mention your fantastic photos and special-offer videos, none of which I have been able to resist.
    In your Batterram post I loved your throwaway line in parentheses – (that happens a lot) – and the brilliantly apposite photos that accompanied it, but where do the top two photos come from? Are they from one of your videos?
    Talking of videos, “Land of Cameron” had a very bizarre title, but it also had Virtue and Sister Tanya, one of my favourites amongst your creations, and what can I say about “Stadium Thrill”? I already have lots of your videos with Jewell, both at Clips4Sale and at DT Wrestling, but this one is truly superb. You look absolutely stunning in that bikini (though the top doesn’t feature for too long), and the close-ups on your glorious
    abdomen are very special – thank you!
    Today I acquired you latest offer – Strawberry Moon – and, although I can’t make head or tail of the description, I found the opening shot quite breath-taking and can only wish that I had been there for what you term a “wake-up call”!
    One last point : in your reference to Health Insurance you did put a link to a previous post in which you so kindly put me in the picture about Obamacare – it was wonderful to re-read the conversation which indicated once again the trouble you take to answer the comments of your adoring adherents : I am so happy to be one of them.

    Stanley xxx

    1. Hi Stanley,

      As always, very nice to hear from you. I really appreciate your feedback and I am so glad that you are enjoying the videos. Top two pics from Batteram post come from soon-to-be-released Ghostbusted in which I star as a paranormal investigator. Had intended to release Ghostbusted sooner but for some reason I forgot.. er, changed my mind 😉 Trying to improve my attention to detail these days. In fact, I should be a bit (OK, a lot) more prudent in the text descriptions which accompany the videos. Often I write to assuage my angst and those words invade the video descriptions. Have you ever known someone who is bright/attractive/full of potential/completely self-destructive? Cameron is such an individual in my real life. We no longer speak but I wrote the Land of Cameron video description in a Subway sandwich shop at the base of Carbon Canyon Park on January 1, 2017. Um.. later New Year’s Day festivities must have prevented me from realizing that my text description might well puzzle future buyers of the actual video. In my mind I had intended that the video description would serve as a buildup for the video – a prequel, if you will, which explained Virtue’s reason for going on a mission to the Catholic Academy in the first place. “Land of Cameron” was simply a moniker which the superheroines at Superheroine Headquarters were using to refer to the same debauched planet which humans call “Earth”. Does this make sense? Probably not. On that bright morning after New Year’s Eve it seemed plausible to me but not so much anymore.. lol

      I wrote the Strawberry Moon description as background for why the hapless blonde’s lover blasted her in the face with a “cream-filled monsoon” during their lovemaking session. Guess I can partially blame the endless Hurricane Harvey coverage which was playing on the TV set at the dentist’s office while I reworked that Strawberry Moon text. Point of fact: this is why I don’t have a TV at home – the programming warps my thinking.

      Second point of fact: I need to stay more on target with the video descriptions.

      Thank you again for the commentary and compliments, Stanley. I really do appreciate your words. Hope you’re having a great week!


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