Well I’m sitting in my hotel room getting ready to shower for dinner and wanted to send a few shout outs, many thanks and some words of encouragement from Dayton, Ohio. I have been here with Mike since Saturday and have met some awesome people, gone to some really cool places and seen some awe inspiring things.
I wanted to thank Mike first of all for inviting me in the first place. I really enjoyed getting away for awhile and seeing a city I’ve never seen but only driven through. I have had a great time with Tim and Felicia at the Flamingo, I got a little tipsy after those pics Mike posted were taken but all was good.,, no broken bones or anything serious. Felicia is so sweet and HOT…I hope Mike and I can talk her into coming to Atlanta one of these days real soon…(are you reading this Fifi…?) And Tim and Felicia’s baby boy is the coolest and cutest boy…I call him “Speed Racer” because he had endless energy, as most toddlers do. and goes 90-to-nothing all the time. All of the people there have been cool and I had some fun helping Mike shoot Harley in a BJ scene yesterday. And to Autumn…come by my room any time and we will drink more wine, and I won’t tell anyone you are only 20….LOL.
We also went to the Wright Patterson Air Force Museum and I got to meet Ohio Flyboy…what a great and sweet guy. For those of you that don’t know, he is a fount of knowledge on all things aviation, especially military aviation and a published author of many books on the subject. He is also an accomplished photgrapher and he and Mike want to shoot me in a “pin-up/ Vargas girl” type shoot, maybe even with some vintage military planes. When it happens I’ll let you know. Flyboy was extremely gracious and gave us a personal tour of the museum and he had a story or a personal anectdote for nearly every plane and exhibit in the museum. It was so cool…he knew things that you wouldn’t hear on any run-of-the-mill “volunteer” guided tour. It was awe-inspiring to see these pieces of history up close and personal like the bomber that dropped the second atomic bomb on Nagasaki. Flyboy had also taken many photos of the actual heroes that put their lives on the line to protect our way of life in WWII. It was an educational, fun and in some ways, sad experience to walk through the museum. As I stood next to this plane from Vietnam, riddled with patch repairs on the wings and fuselage where 50 caliber bullets had shredded the plane, I was struck by how brave these pilots were. We all owe them a great deal of gratitude. We are all going out to dinner tonight before I go to the Flamingo and I shake some ass….LOL.
Lastly, I wanted to say that I am sorry that Kayden didn’t come. I am really looking forward to meeting that hottie. Everyone needs to go once a day to www.Twistys.com and cast a vote for Kayden in the “Twisty’s Treat of the Year” contest. Good luck sexy…you will win without a doubt…hope to meet you soon.