Saturday, September 13, 2008

Wheelchair Girl goes kink & kinky: naughty schoolgirl & PVC (Devotees ahoy!)

I am off in preperation because the Terry Fox race is tomorrow morning. I thought some pictures of me, as the naughty little slut....ahem, I mean, playful disabled person, would cheer people up.

Cheryl says this pic where I manage to stand up (even partial quads can do it for a second or two), will make certain men (daddy complex? What IS that?) rather happy, or excited. And all I am doing is showing her how I can suction the last drop of chocolate off my finger. Some tongue work is involved to get EVERY bit. Cheryl says I should suck more and talk less; and that some people have dirty minds. I think those two sentences were reversed.

Oh yeah, here is my journey to PVC land. This is my lip service mermaid skirt with cinching belts and buckles. Welcome to the kink land. But then us wheelchair disabled types don't really know anything about sexuality, or fetish, or making guys walk into poles do we?

One last picture for you to watch as I do the packing for the race tomorrow and then a picnic. As you can see here, I wouldn't want to do anything to damage the creamy skin, or the kindly "poor little lost girl attitude." Or was that the, "Pay me enough and I'll roll over you and you'll LIKE it!" attitude, I can never remember in this particular outfit.

23 comments:

FridaWrites said...

Good luck at the race. It's good to see you out and having fun. Hmm, wonder if a mermaid outfit would work in the pool.

yanub said...

Girl, how'd you manage to not melt wearing that PVC get up? And how is it that there weren't more bodies piled up around that pole?

I'll be thinking of you as you push yourself along. Go, Team EFM!

Raccoon said...

there is a shop in San Francisco called "Madame S" that you might like...

Have fun at the race. I know that I'm not the only one that will want to hear all about it oh, three or four days from now, when you've recovered a little...

SharonMV said...

Good luck Beth! I'll be cheering for you. Hope the weather cooperates and it is a cool day. Love the lacey arm warmers.

Sharon

Kathz said...

Good luck!

Kelli said...

Good luck at the race! I'll be thinking of you today.

Anna said...

Hi

Good luck with the race. Will you be wearing the PVC? That would be a success I think.

I have removed my blog "In-me-head-2" since I am not quite up to writing it, when it seems as if I am truly ill.

Lene Andersen said...

Ha! Fabulous, dahlink, fabulous!!

Good luck with the race. Feel free to roll over anyone who might be in your way. Who knows, maybe they'll like it? ;)

Neil said...

"Your" store in Regina is called Madame Yes and they're on the web at http://www.madameyes.com

I can't imagine wearing PVC clothing either; the skin can't breathe and, well, YOU might not sweat in it, Beth, but it must get darned uncomfortable for most people.

I'm also cheering you on today. Go SuperBeth!!

Hugs,
Neil

The Girl said...

I can't check your blog on my phone anymore because people think I am looking at porn! :-)
Quite glad Naomi has gone to University, because she might get jealous of the drool... is that bad?
Good luck with the crazy racing. Insane is an understatement for what you are. :-)

missnomered said...

Loving the outfit! Love!

Best of luck with the race. You rock!

Shea said...

I hope you do well at the race. I loved your squirrel pictures!

Abi said...

Mmm - photo 4.

Good luck with the race!

Emma said...

Good Luck Beth!

KateJ said...

I've been trying to sponsor you for the race, but can't find you registered. So I'll just make a donation online, OK?
I look forward to hearing how you get on, and wish you absolutely every success in completing your 10k.
Full of admiration, I mean it.
Love & peace.

Elizabeth McClung said...

Frida: thanks, oddly, I can hardly remember this now, but I look like I was having fun - I don't know, must find pool.

Yanub: it was about 6:30, so late afternoon sun that wasn't hot. See, PVC like me - some woman yeah out as she drove by, "you go girl!" and I was thinking, "Uh, go where....and into what occupation exactly?"

I did the full 10K though I had a few seizures and SAID I would take it easy, so I did the 10K a LITTLE slower than totally "going to die" speed.

Raccoon: Linda and some others got pics so I hope they got pics of them too - Linda did the 5K, Cheryl did the 5K and I did the 10k (the sun made me stupid that was why, honest!).

SharonMV|: Me too the lacy arm warmers are totally rocking. I am starting to stiffen but I am glad and did the 10K in just over an hour.

It was sunny but no wind thankfully as it was along the ocean.

Kathz: Thanks

Kelli: thanks, I did great, due to the support of you and everyone.

Anna: I'm sorry you have decided not to blog but I understand. Thanks for your wishes for the race - I wore a razorback top not PVC, becuase while I don't sweat, I do need to keep cool so lots of venting is important.

Lene: Exactly, I'll be out collecting new clients: "if you liked getting run over by Elizabeth call xxx-5478 for rates!" - haha, I wish I could wear arm warmers, maybe for the 5K I will do it in something with a bit of kink.

Neil: Well, It allows me to go clubbing and you have to admit - looks good, very good and becuase I don't sweat is a perfect match for me - the lighter the skin the better against the black PVC. I should put glitter on my shoulders for clubbing though (not today, by tonight I will be screaming I think).

The Girl: Thanks, I'm glad you liked the pictures, now you know why Linda said, "They are MINE!" - haha. I did the full 10K becuase...well it is the Marathon of HOPE, you know for people who are hurting, there were leg and arm amputees as well as others with canes and crutches, lots of the visable and invisable disabilities as well as three wheelchair teams - including Linda and Cheryl doing 5 K each - so we were collectively insane!

Missnomered - thanks, it does look like an outfit in search of an event though, right?

Thanks, this was the best race ever (can you tell I am still on endorphins?)

Shea: Thanks - I enjoyed doing your postcard this weekend, I'm glad you liked the Squirrel pictures.

Abi: thanks, that was my favorite too. Thanks for the wishes for the race, they came true!

Emma: I will, wheel on, one inch at a time! Thanks.

Elizabeth McClung said...

KateJ: thanks, I enjoyed making you a postcard too this weekend. And we got to see Terry's van that he bunked out in - his support van - Marathon of Hope, keeps going on - I did the 10K, there were people with dogs, unicycles, roller bladers, little children with tricycles, cycles, skateboards (no horses, sadly), and three wheelchairs.

yanub said...

Wow! You are up to responding to comments after the marathon! You really did take it easy, didn't you? Even if you did do the whole marathon.... Anyways, congratulations on finishing.

Three wheelchair race teams! Excellent! And walking gimps! Superwow! I look forward to your complete report, and hope your pain these next few days will be surprisingly less than expected.

Neil said...

Huzzah for SuperBeth!!!

Hoping that the endorphin Gods keep the Pain Gods tonight.

Prob'ly not, but hope springs eternal.

Hugs

Dawn Allenbach said...

Hot hot HOT! Wish I had that kind of bravery and self-image.

SharonMV said...

Huzzuh from me too! EFM rocks with or without black lace arm warmers. Hope the recovery period is not too awful. But you sound very happy & glad that you did the 10ks. I look forward to hearing all about it when you're feeling better.
I over did it a bit yesterday & today - obessively creating art! And I can feel my infused antibodies busy fighting my current infections (owie! - fever & many aches & pains), so I'm in for a bit of enforced rest.

Kudos to Linda & Cheryl too!

Sharon

cheryl g said...

Smoking hot! This is why I swear there were cars just circling the block.

Devi said...

Like an anime girl come to life!

(Pardon the late comment, I was away over the weekend.)