How to Use Slut in a Sentence

Admittedly and unabashedly, I’m a wind slut pure to the core. There’s nothing else that makes me open all my tendrils and glow, riding the breeze with arms and legs and fingers and toes outstretched at the hint of a sudden, unexpectedly delicious breeze. It makes me all Sigourney Weaver, suddenly bellowing COME TO ME MASTER!!!

My children, of course, think I’m crazy. They run and hide, always afraid someone will catch a glimpse of them and assume that they’re equally nuts. They’re not, of course. Not yet.

And how delightful that I’m at the beach for three weeks with a passel of girls on retreat. And how delicious that we’re each able to use our time as we wish. And how exceptionally lucky that it’s September, with a largely barren beach laid out at my feet for the taking. And take you I shall, you wanton wind, tousling my hair and curling my toes, and me not giving any kind of a damn.

If there’s one thing I’ve learned in life, it’s to grab every bit of it and learn to dance with the wind.

2 thoughts on “How to Use Slut in a Sentence

  1. You are the wind! the salt and the spray of salt water….no gatekeeper (along the same lines as your reference to Sigourney) at your door!! Your trips bring out the poet in you~~~Onward!!

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