Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Special Report! Holly Godarkly's The Journey: Chronicles of a Woman’s Initiation into the World of “This Thing of Ours” - Part 4 (w/PICS)

Doc here, a man who some say has dance moves described as "fluid", "confusing", and "unnatural", with a special treat for you, the good readers of The Journal.

Yes, it's the return of the extremely popular Holly Godarkly, and her journey into this thing of ours.  In Parts 1, 2, and 3, she let you peak inside her initial motives and desires, and her first visit to an adult theater. 

And now kids, we have Part 4 -- The Aftermath.

Holly, take it away! (BTW, all the pics in this report are of the real Holly Godarkly)


The Journey: Chronicles of a Woman’s Initiation into the World of “This Thing of Ours”

Part 4 -- The Aftermath

Leave it to Doc to dangle a carrot (“And since then, she has taken more steps of which I have sworn to secrecy. Will she ever divulge them?”); leaving me flooded with emails begging to know what has transpired since the adventure!!! By the way – thank you all for your kind responses to the journal of my little adventure. I do appreciate each and every one of you, and try to make every effort to answer each correspondence. And with the growing interest in what Doc was referring to, I have decided to write and let you all know what that little side trip was all about. AND, clue you in on my future plans.

I had planned to go to ESCAPE in the Cleveland area the day after the adventure with the Knight. They were having a little party where the women were going to be encouraged to expose their boobs, and the men would be given cans of whipped cream. I figured: RIGHT UP MY ALLEY – right!!???!! 

I mean – exhibitionist and all. I thought this would be a mild party…non-threatening, and a good way to get those toes a little wetter! Come out of my shell a little further. But after the adventure on Thursday, and the fact that I would have to drive 3 hours each way, I decided not to go – because I thought there would be other parties like that planned in the future that I could attend. (It really DID sound like fun!)