Monday, September 8, 2008
Woke Up, Fell Out of Bed
By Noel Spencer
You might be wondering what a day in the life of a feeder is like. I am sorry to say, it is pretty typical. Wake up, make coffee, and rustle up some breakfast. This is where it deviates from what most people do, I guess. My breakfast is a bowl of cereal or some toast with peanut butter, but I make Jesse’s breakfast which is usually a dozen eggs scrambled with cheese, a large bowl of cereal with whole milk, and a tea with half and half and sugar. Jesse watches her morning shows while I get started with my day.
As a designer, I’m able to work from home. My room has a little office area and a twin sized bed. I’m usually on deadline, so I don’t have a lot of time to make big lunches. White Castle is down the street and McDonald’s is over on Grand, so I usually just head over there and grab a few Extra Value Meals. I get a variety – Big Mac, Quarter Pounder – and a few apple or cherry pies. Jesse is on the computer or watching television throughout the afternoon. If she gets hungry, there’s plenty of snacks in the fridge for her to grab, and if she wants something we don’t have, I’ll just pop out to the store for the special item.
Dinner is special. It can take up to two hours to prepare. I love cooking. This is when I get to feed Jesse. It’s relaxing, sensual and most nights it evolves into sexy time. It’s the perfect end to a long day.