It's pretty exciting that the epic 2 part multi @lady shot at the Midwest shoot fest MURDER! AT SG MANOR: PART 1 and MURDER! AT SG MANOR: THE CONCLUSION are now in queue! Now we'll all just have to impatiently wait 4 months 3 weeks to see this amazing set featuring all of these super talented ladies below..

@romany @skella @saturn @loveless @sarelle
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eminence:
Happy 6th yr anniversary!!!! 😍
catdad:
So happy you've come back and have found the community as strong and supportive as ever.   Happy anniversary!  Love you <3

This past week, I got a super spur of the moment message from @lady asking if I'd be able to make it to Indiana in three days, inviting me to the midwest shootfest that was taking place there. Honestly, I didn't think it would be possible.. However, somehow, the stars aligned and I was able to make it! I carpooled with @arriane who
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galaxy:
Love this, love you! Can’t wait to see ❤️
apollo:
@galaxy omgggg look who it is! My space babe 💘

What's the best/scariest/most interesting 'internet rabbithole' you have found?

I find myself in some STRANGE places on the internet pretty regularly. I love reading, and I really love researching things.. even if the subject in no way whatsoever relates to my life (as I've found out)

I'm going to go ahead and tell you about the weirdest rabbit hole I...
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sarelle:
Just ride to Indiana with me and we can have a 4 hr long convo about the JBR Case because I’ve been obsessed since I was like 8.
apollo:
@sarelle hahaha oh man, sounds like a dream! I can just imagine how hype this conversation would get!

I had so much fun yesterday meeting up with all the local girls to promote for the Blackheart Burlesque show! We got lucky and the weather was perfect.. Well maybe a liiiittle hot out haha. It was so nice getting to meet everyone and go on a little scavenger hunt around the city. I can't wait to get back together with all the gals...
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melei:
yasss! Im sad i couldn't hand up stuff with yall but I'm excited af for the show!

Hey friends!!!

I'm recovering well from my operation and feeling a little better each day! After having this last major, and without a doubt, life changing surgery, I've been feeling extremely motivated to really dive back into all of my hobbies and passions. The spark has been ignited inside of me, and I'm feeling that passion coming back after much too long...
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redkaya:
so cuuuute!
chalk:
You have such pretty eyes 😻

Ohhh man! It has been QUITE an eventful couple weeks! First, my partner had his gallbladder removed and just 4 days later I had my big robotic excision of endometriosis and radical hysterectomy. A few days after my partners surgery, he became very ill and was in a tremendous amount of pain, so he went to the emergency room to find out that he had
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nebula:
Ahh, I hope you're both doing better asap 💜
dragonlion:
Oh man. The strength it must take. It looks like you have it though. And you’re obviously very loved. I’m sure for good reason. Stay strong. There are clearly a lot of people rooting for you. ✊🏼

Hellooooo beautiful people!

Man oh man, these next few days are going to be prettyyyy interesting, to say the least! Tomorrow morning, my partner will be having surgery to remove his gallbladder... and just four days later, on Monday, I will be having my big highly anticipated operation!!! I will be having robotic excision of endometriosis as well as a radical hysterectomy. We are going...
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catdad:
Good luck to both of you!  My 70 y/o mom had her gall bladder removed in May and they sent her home the next day.  :/  Cute pics!
softnsweet:
wow good luck and a healthy recovery to both of you

Hi friends! I have just been in SUCH a wonderful mood lately with the biggest smile plastered across my face, and I'm going to just keep riding this wave for as long as I possibly can!

Last week, I went on a little vacation to Florida! I needed an escape, just a little break from life after going through a pretty rough last six...
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tali79:
Loved the Harry Potter ride. They did an amazing job putting those areas together.  The last time I was there I didn't get to ride the new stuff. I'm going to have to go back sometime when I'm all healed up. Glad you had fun
luxes:
❤️❤️❤️

It's been so amazing to come back here after SO MANY YEARS to the open arms and embrace of all of you amazing humans! I don't know how I could've ever possibly let myself forget how amazing this community truly is. I really do feel lucky to be part of something so wonderful and have so many people still here for me...
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siriusblack:
Such adorable pups. As said above, look to them  when you are feeling down as dogs have a keen sense of how members of their 'pack' are feeling. They will love you every second of the day, and will remind you that there are great things in the world. Fight hard, we've all got your back.
apollo:
@siriusblack Thank you so much! That is incredibly sweet and means a lot to me. My pups definitely know when something is up and have been so wonderful throughout all of this ❤

Hey all you beautiful humans! It sure has been a while. Literally years! I just randomly decided that I reallyyyy missed my SG community and wanted to start being active on here again! I think I kind of dropped off the face of the planet (or the SG world at least) when blogging became important because I was a pretty private person, and the idea...
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hewn:
Though I’m generally an IPA guy, I love *all* beers, including sours. There’s some seriously good sours done by some breweries here in Virginia (The Answer Brewpub, Three Notch’d Brewing, Adroit Theory Brewing, and The Veil Brewing just to make a few), so if your future travels ever put you through Richmond and the DC area, you must make stops by these places. On the other thing, as someone that has health problems, I commend your optimism in the face of the struggle that is chronic illness. It’s important to have a positive attitude, and stout mental strength, because it’s generally hard to find others that genuinely understand and “get it”, so having that positive attitude is key to getting a leg up on beating it, or at least living with it. So, to me especially, anyone with an illness that really is just willing to expose herself to opening up, is not only impressive to me, but genuinely inspiring in some ways.
apollo:
@hewn I will absolutely keep those breweries in mind if I'm in the area! As someone who will totally make a little weekend trip out of going to check out breweries that peak my interest- no matter how far from me- getting suggestions from locals is the best! I really reallyyyy appreciate your sweet thoughts, and even more so knowing that you deal with some health issues yourself. It really means a lot to me. I have been dealing with this disease for almost 17 years now, and I definitely wasn't always so positive and optimistic (actually quite the opposite when I was young), but several years ago I just started pretending like I was one day and really sticking with that act... Until one day, it was no longer an act and I actually was. "Fake it 'till you make it!" haha.. I'm older, maybe a bit wiser, and definitely more mature, and I just realize that this is my life. This is the hand I was dealt. There's not a damn thing I can do to change that fact. I would live a prettyyy miserable, sad existance if I just spent all of my time being resentful and mad about it. I didn't choose to have an incurable disease.. But I CAN choose how I handle/carry myself in spite of it! And when you live a life where so much is out of your control, it makes you really value the things you can control.