I Love Thunderstorms...a non-erotic vignette

07:48 non-erotic Apr 01, 2017 22 comments 2570 447

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Today I was reminded of summer thunderstorms in Canada, the kind that explode out of a hot, hazy day and cool everyone off, even if only for a few moments...

Come play with me in a thunderstorm...


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  • LeaDavenport1968 on 2017-04-28 08:37:40 (UTC)

    Oh Eve,I always love a good thunderstorm!

    This one is like a perfect fantasy,our thunderstorms are not as hot as yours in the U.S or Canada for that matter.

    I experienced two such terrific storms in Florida way back in 03. One in Orlando which lit up the villa just beautifully and seemed to be right overhead,naturally I moved inside! The U.S skies seem to be perfectly big enough to allow them to move so widely!

    In Bradenton,Sarasota I happened to be outside acting as a fishing aid for my elder brother when the second storm came. It's a special memory for me with him, you know how there are moments in time,shared with someone close, that you never forget. This storm was perfect forked lightning but some distance away,we assumed Orlando where the other half of our family group were still. Entirely safe, we marvelled at Mother Natures most dramatic natural light and sound show and as you would say, "shot the breeze",as he fished.

    Is your home province in Canada an especially hot one as Florida can be?

    Lea.

    • A Eve on 2017-04-28 11:39:41 (UTC)

      Oh yes - it can get up to 40 in the summer easily

  • MadWithLust on 2017-04-09 22:39:10 (UTC)

    A good crack of thunder can still get me to flinch! So I choose to interpret this as a very beautiful metaphor for hot, humid, powerful, quaking, loud love-making... :P

    • A Eve on 2017-04-12 19:09:56 (UTC)

      mmm...I like that

  • Vermouth1991 on 2017-04-04 01:21:21 (UTC)

    Raindrops on roses
    And whiskers on kittens
    Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens
    Brown paper packages tied up with strings
    These are a few of my favorite things...
    :)

    • A Eve on 2017-04-07 22:47:41 (UTC)

      awww...💋

  • MoonlightDreamer on 2017-04-03 21:37:49 (UTC)

    Love this and who doesn't like to feel the power of mother nature above them like in a thunder storm. Seeing that flash of lightning and waiting for that hige crack of thunder.
    Your words was very poetic and really drew you into the scene that you could almost feel the rain on your skin and that feeling when your out in a storm.
    Sounds like a nice way to end a evening date with someone.... and a good excuse to get out of those wet clothes.

    • A Eve on 2017-04-07 22:48:12 (UTC)

      Thank you so much, I'm glad you enjoyed it! And you're absolutely right, what better excuse... :p

  • Georgio36 on 2017-04-03 17:15:20 (UTC) (edited)

    Who would have thought that thunder storms could be fun lol. Of course with you here Eve, i feel safe during them. Thunderstorms make my heart beat fast lol. We usually get a lot of floods here in Louisiana. So it's not always pleasant. But you definitely did a great job here 😊. I pray that you be safe on your trip & have lovely days ahead whenever you can see this comment 🌸. Thank you for your time!

    • A Eve on 2017-04-07 22:49:17 (UTC)

      Thank you so much Georgio, I'm still away on my trip but I'm happy to check in with you guys.

      I was in New Orleans one year in April and it was already too hot and muggy for me - I couldn't imagine what it must be like there in August! It's an amazing city but wow I couldn't stand that humidity :P

      • Georgio36 on 2017-04-08 20:15:13 (UTC)

        Lol i feel ya Eve 😄. Yeah it gets really hot around July. You could fry eggs outside on your car hood. But i actually live in Shreveport. New Orleans is ok. The food & bourbon street are awesome. But i just hate the big crowds sometimes. Also im so glad you are safe on your trip & you still cared to check on us. You truly are the best. I can't wait to get my exclusive membership back to hear the steamy stuff lol. Take care of yourself til we hear from you again ((Hugs))

  • joetinla1967 on 2017-04-02 13:17:57 (UTC)

    Happy Sunday Miss Eve,
    Some of the few good memories I have when we were living in Texas are the summer thunderstorms, its definitely one of the few things I miss from that time and place.
    Thank you.

    • A Eve on 2017-04-02 19:06:56 (UTC)

      I'm glad you enjoyed it, thank you Joe 💋

  • eric91 on 2017-04-02 02:53:43 (UTC)

    I once stood out in the rain (no thunderstorm, just rain), and it was a great feeling... to let go of any concern of being soaked, and feeling the rain drops hit your face and body. It was liberating... I felt like I was reenacting that scene from Shawshank Redemption. Lol

    I'd love to join you in the rain. And just imagine the cozy cuddles afterwards. <3

    • A Eve on 2017-04-02 19:07:16 (UTC)

      haha I love that scene...💋

  • billymacorbuddy on 2017-04-02 01:35:37 (UTC)

    There are few things more soothing than the distant rumble of an approaching thunderstorm. And I loved the playful, romantic moment near the end of this audio. Fortunately summer is coming and it wont be long before those late evening storms are with us again.

    • A Eve on 2017-04-02 19:07:34 (UTC)

      ❤️

    • A Eve on 2017-04-02 19:07:55 (UTC)

      I don't think I've ever experienced thundersnow - that would be awesome!

  • CharlieRomeoLima on 2017-04-02 00:25:39 (UTC)

    Friends and relatives of mine from Toronto say I know nothing about true thunderstorms living on the west coast all my life. Well, I have a bit of a better idea now and it sounds glorious. I think I'll pass on the sticky mugginess though.

    Thank you for sharing, Eve.

    • A Eve on 2017-04-02 19:08:17 (UTC)

      Yes, it's the only benefit of living in a humid part of the country. :)

  • Murtaugh83 on 2017-04-02 00:15:10 (UTC)

    They are quite something aren't they, so different from any other kind of storm. If you ever see them at sea they leave you in no doubt of the majesty of nature. I always saw them as Thor's sparks while he was in his forge. Brings me back to something elemental, something in Irish DNA that so enjoys the rain. Nicely Done Eve

    • A Eve on 2017-04-02 19:08:48 (UTC)

      I agree with you, my Irish DNA seems to really enjoy the rain too. So does my cadaver-coloured skin :P