Katalin Adamikné

Katalin Adamikné

Katalin Adamikné
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A la fin du printemps - Sur ideecadeau.fr nous avons des idées de cadeau pour chaque évènement, de Noel à la fête des Mère en passant par un anniversaire des 18 ans ! #cadeau #amour #plaisir

A la fin du printemps - Sur ideecadeau.fr nous avons des idées de cadeau pour chaque évènement, de Noel à la fête des Mère en passant par un anniversaire des 18 ans ! #cadeau #amour #plaisir

Slowly, he lowered her onto the bed of rose petals and then stood for a moment, letting his eyes travel the length of her body and back up again. “You are so beautiful, Donna,” he whispered. “How in the hell did I get this lucky?”  ~ From JAGGED DREAMS, by Lashell Collins

Slowly, he lowered her onto the bed of rose petals and then stood for a moment, letting his eyes travel the length of her body and back up again. “You are so beautiful, Donna,” he whispered. “How in the hell did I get this lucky?” ~ From JAGGED DREAMS, by Lashell Collins

I understand the impulse: the impulse to want to put out your hand and want someone to be there at the end of your reach. To want someone to be close to. To want to kiss or touch, even if it’s wrong. The point is, you can’t control these feelings. Even if they’re wrong, they’re still there.  … Dawson’s Creek

I understand the impulse: the impulse to want to put out your hand and want someone to be there at the end of your reach. To want someone to be close to. To want to kiss or touch, even if it’s wrong. The point is, you can’t control these feelings. Even if they’re wrong, they’re still there. … Dawson’s Creek

love B&W

love B&W

“I look at him ready to cry again. Not out of pain. Not out of need. But because his words rub that part of my soul that suffers, that wants to be explored like a virgin land that has remained intact for centuries and craves to be occupied, appreciated and transformed.”  ~Aileen Rose

“I look at him ready to cry again. Not out of pain. Not out of need. But because his words rub that part of my soul that suffers, that wants to be explored like a virgin land that has remained intact for centuries and craves to be occupied, appreciated and transformed.” ~Aileen Rose

I understand the impulse: the impulse to want to put out your hand and want someone to be there at the end of your reach. To want someone to be close to. To want to kiss or touch, even if it’s wrong. The point is, you can’t control these feelings. Even if they’re wrong, they’re still there.  … Dawson’s Creek

I understand the impulse: the impulse to want to put out your hand and want someone to be there at the end of your reach. To want someone to be close to. To want to kiss or touch, even if it’s wrong. The point is, you can’t control these feelings. Even if they’re wrong, they’re still there. … Dawson’s Creek

"¿Cómo poner en sintonía tantos estados opuestos? Sólo hay una manera: a través de la entrega. Porque el acto de la entrega significa: «Yo confío en ti.»" - @Paulo Coelho, en #ManuscritodeAccra sobre el #CCSexo - www.elmanuscritoencontradoenaccra.com

"¿Cómo poner en sintonía tantos estados opuestos? Sólo hay una manera: a través de la entrega. Porque el acto de la entrega significa: «Yo confío en ti.»" - @Paulo Coelho, en #ManuscritodeAccra sobre el #CCSexo - www.elmanuscritoencontradoenaccra.com

I understand the impulse: the impulse to want to put out your hand and want someone to be there at the end of your reach. To want someone to be close to. To want to kiss or touch, even if it’s wrong. The point is, you can’t control these feelings. Even if they’re wrong, they’re still there.  … Dawson’s Creek

I understand the impulse: the impulse to want to put out your hand and want someone to be there at the end of your reach. To want someone to be close to. To want to kiss or touch, even if it’s wrong. The point is, you can’t control these feelings. Even if they’re wrong, they’re still there. … Dawson’s Creek