When it comes to sex and sexual fulfillment, I’m not shy about having my needs met – or if need be, meeting them myself. And while small, handheld vibrators are what I most often prefer to use, sometimes it’s nice to have the “horsepower” of something larger – such as the Doxy Massage Wand Vibrator from Lovehoney.
The Doxy is indeed a beast of a vibrator, but the definite perk of this is that it really does double as a nice massager for sore muscles. Doxy offers 30 percent more power than Hitachi, plus several vibration speeds. The large, bulbous head is soft to the touch and comfortable against everything from tense neck muscles to sore back muscles to the delicate clitoris.
I joke that the Doxy has more power than my car, but seriously, at top speed this thing has some serious reverb and kick to it. I’ve never used it for sexual stimulation at top speed, though top speed feels incredible on stubbornly knotted neck and back muscles. Moderate speed is more than enough for deliciously deep rumbly vibrations.
Disclosure: Lovehoney provided me with a free product in exchange for my honest opinion.
Seven: the number of people in my house
Six: the number of cats in my house
Five: the number of people I can fit into any one of our three vehicles
Four: the number of people who should be in our house
Three: the number of people who are here temporarily
Two: the number of kids I can’t wait to send to school tomorrow
One: the number of people doing everything for all seven
It’s that time of year. The stores are exploding with pumpkin EVERYTHING while also sneaking in bits of red and green. I just put my flip-flops away last week, and while I’m trying to pace myself, I couldn’t resist playing this tonight:
Week two, day five of school…and Alyssa didn’t make it in. Not only did we bring back some of the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Beach in our car and clothes and on our hair and skin, but Alyssa managed to get both water and sand in her ear. She doesn’t have an outright infection, but the foreign bodies in her ear canal have inflamed her middle ear and the tube that is connected to it. So, after this morning’s doctor’s appointment and a quick stop at the library, she spent the day at home, dealing with continuous ringing and popping sounds in her ear, as well as dizziness and nausea. Ick. Poor girl. There’s nothing to give her – the sand has to work its way out, so it’s just going to take a bit of time.
Yesterday, because I’m apparently all about the cliches lately, I drove myself, my mother, my 16 year old brother, and Alyssa and Ryan to the shore. Our destination, Delaware Seashore State Park, took a little over three hours to get to, thanks to crazy Labor Day weekend traffic. The tide was high and rough, the sand seemed especially messy, but the kids had a great time, and I had a great time watching them. But 6+ hours of driving plus being on the go from 6am until nearly midnight after a crappy migraine on Saturday night really did a number on me – it’s currently just a little past 8pm and I’m quite happy to be going to bed soon. ;)
I hope you all had a great (long) weekend!