Last night I went to the movies here in Mexico City for the first time. Forgotten how much I enjoy going to the theater. What made it even better is that they have VIP theaters here where you have reclining seats and a huge menu to order snacks, food, and drinks from. I saw the new Avatar in 3D and it was great.

This past week I worked a lot on the Psychonaut clothes with Ximena.

Checked off shooting content too.

Been awhile, but got a mammography done. For some reason I think it’s so funny when a shorter person than me is reaching up and trying to handle my big titties, getting them inside and lined up correctly in this machine, while trying to explain it all in Spanish to me.

I’m very happy to have Angel around the corner so he can style my hair every now and then. It takes forever if I try to do it myself and still resembles more of a birds nest than curls…

Hunter needs his weekly photos too. Almost as much as he need his naps ๐Ÿ™‚

And ran into some cute dogs on the street…

Gym has been good and also did some yoga on a rooftop. Dinner with Dyana, reading, and this past week’s dose of selfies…

I think that’s about it. Now I’m gonna look into booking a trip to Patagonia for next month. I crave nature and hiking. If you’ve been and have tips or recommendations, please write ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m so excited about this. Now I’m going to Uber to a big Petco and buy some new toys for Hunter ๐Ÿ™‚

May your next week be filled with whatever it is you want and crave ๐Ÿ™‚

Kisses, Puma

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Nice update on your blog & great pictures. I hope you get that trip to Patagonia planned.

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Thank you Danny ๐Ÿ™‚

XXX Puma

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Hope the exam was uneventful.
The rest looked like lots of fun. Great pictures!
Have a great week!

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Yeah, hope nothing was discovered in the titties. I pick up the results this week ๐Ÿ™‚ Wish you the best week too ๐Ÿ™‚

XXX Puma

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Ola!
Sounds like you’re having a good start to the year.
You are perhaps familiar with American author William Burroughs – one of the most out-there characters in American literature and culture. He famously wrote “Naked Lunch” and many other works that are just now being understood.
I interviewed Burroughs back in the early ’80s at the 25th anniversary of the publication of Kerouac’s “On The Road” at Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado. Simply astounding. You might want to listen to the tape of that at some point.
Burroughs was into psychedelics back in the 1950s; he went into the jungles of South and Central America and came back with Yage vines, from which DMT is extracted. The biography “The Name Is Burroughs”, by Barry Mills, goes into extensive detail about this, along with many other aspects of his long, strange trip.
As for Patagonia, I’d recommend you stay in Ushuaia, and explore the area from there. And if you’re REALLY looking for adventure, take a cruise (small ship suggested) from Ushuaia to Antarctica. Bright blue 200 foot icebergs, penguin colonies up the wazoo, whales, dolphins, etc etc.
These ships have rubber boats to take you to the mainland so you can explore the place. There’s even a hot springs on the coast!
Now – summer down there – is the time to go – daytime temps along the coast are usually in the mid-thirties, almost tropical.
Let me know if you need more info, pics, etc., and best to you and your cat.

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I just googled William Burroughs. So cool you interviewed him!!! What book by him would you recommend? Thanks for the tips on Patagonia too. Looking into the area of Bariloche. Sounds amazing to to go to Antarctica! I would love to see penguins ๐Ÿ™‚

All the best back at ya from me & Hunter!

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Burroughs’ most popular book – and most accessible for readers – is probably “Naked Lunch,” which was made into a film by David Cronenberg back in the ’80s. Calling it weird is a huge understatement – not for the public at large.
I really liked his very first book, “Junky,” which was written in the 1940s, and was a relatively straightforward account of his heroin addiction in those days.
Let me know if you want more info, etc. on Tierra del Fuego or Antarctica. One cool thing: you take these Zodiac rafts to where the penguin rookeries are, sit down, and the birds (who have no fear of humans) will walk right across your lap. A singular experience…

Regards,
Mark

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If you’re going to explore Patagonia, you might want to acquire a 4×4 vehicle. My weapon of choice is a Toyota Land Cruiser.
Speaking of driving, did you know that people in Sweden (or maybe it was Finland) used to drive on the left? Back in about 1970, they changed over – in ONE DAY.
Imagine how exciting that must have been…

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Clever title wording๐Ÿ˜…

I look forward to seeing the snaps from your Patagonian hike๐Ÿ™‚

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