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Last Post of 2015 :)

I had a fabulous shoot last weekend. It was with Yvan D’Addario, a photographer who I had worked with before, six years ago. He sent me some of the finished pics yesterday. So much sexiness! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

First, here’s a shot from our shoot back in 2009
Yvan D'Addario

Now, enjoy this one
Yvan D'Addario

I’ve certainly changed a lot over the years! I think that like a fine wine, I’m getting better with age. πŸ˜‰

Looking back at that first pic, I would never do that pose now. I like to call that (when your limb looks cut off) the “sexy amputee”. Amirite?

Anyway, this week is our last at NN until we’re off for the holidays! YAY! I’m really looking forward to my trip to Costa Rica. I can’t wait to do some surfing and relax on the beach. I’m also volunteering at an animal sanctuary. I’m eager to meet all of the animals! πŸ™‚

2015 has been a wild year! I started off in Thailand and I’m finishing up in Costa Rica. I can’t wait to see what 2016 has in store for me! I will be making a special announcement when I get back in January, so stay tuned. πŸ˜‰

While I’m away, I’ll post pics whenever I get access to wifi. Make sure you are following me on Twitter @eilaadams and on Instagram @flexapeeler. I’ll obviously get my boobs out whenever I can. πŸ˜‰

I hope everyone out there has a wonderful Christmas and New Year!!! HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!! Love you all πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

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29 Responses to “Last Post of 2015 :)”
  1. Rodd says:

    Not only boobs, Eila ….

    Merry Christmas and happy New Year to you !

  2. Andrew says:

    What will be your New Years resolution?

    • Eila Adams says:

      I haven’t decided yet, I’m looking at taking improv class in February..maybe that’ll be it πŸ™‚

      • Andrew says:

        My New Years resolution is to be a much better person, not wasting any opportunities that come to me. And I hope you will visit Australia too

  3. Andrew says:

    What would you do for me if I was sick?

  4. Gabriel says:

    Both pictures are really great. It’s great to see nude pictures on your website. These are superb.

    I want to be ill to be treated by you. You are a very sexy nurse. But I fear I will have a very serious heart attack. I am already totally mad about you! And I don’t want to be cured. I think I got a EilaAdamsitis. And I think I am not the only one.

    More seriously, the second hot is very beautiful. You look so glamorous.

    I hope the necklace is a gift from the photographer. Sure you will have great gifts fro Xmas.

    I will miss you during your Costa Rican travel. Have a great time!

  5. David Charles says:

    Happy New Year Smooch!

  6. Andrew says:

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Eila, Love you. XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO

  7. Andy says:

    My subscription expired a few days ago, too bad I missed that special on Black Friday, that would have been really nice! so, I suppose I’ll be catching up on old stuff for a bit. It’s not like I’m running out of it, but i’d rather stay on given the choice.

    Dell repaired my desktop and it arrived after repairs yesterday at my door. I’m so glad my system is back!

    I’ll definitely be missing you, all of you, while I’m on a time-out!

  8. Andy says:

    If Adam came before Eve, then Eve still came.

    Happy Christmas Eve!

  9. Andy says:

    On Christmas, my wife had in mind to make Party Mix. She uses bacon grease to add flavor to the mixture. We’ve been in this house since early this year but it seems much less time. Zoe (the kitten) has been running around even more than either of us, while I fry bacon and Karen measures and mixes ingredients.
    Karen put the finished product on the kitchen table, having prepared the setting with paper towels that might soak the grease and protect the tablecloth from greasy spots. It was at this point Zoe became a problem, between trying to steal ribbons from presents, ornaments from the tree, and sample the free food on the table, she was going crazy.
    Karen kept yelling at Zoe, but I suppose this was actually her way of asking me to keep the kitten from the table. She did not like the kitten straightening out the curled ribbons or stealing ornaments, but when the kitten has been stepping in a litter box and then walks on our food, that becomes objectionable. She did jump onto the table and I caught her just before she got to the mix, but I had to laugh as I held her in a tight embrace.
    I asked Karen whether she will warn our family that the kitten has trampled food with her dirty feet, and she said, β€˜I’m going to just pretend it didn’t happen.’
    While the mix had its time to cool down on the table, we found other ways to occupy the kitten’s attention. Karen had time to play a video game, and I made some hot cocoa. As I turned on the kitchen light, the same location as the cooling Party Mix, I saw, for the first time in this new house, a cockroach. I had picked up a cup to put my cocoa in, and I tried to hit the cockroach with the base of the cup, but he was too fast, I did not get close.
    I never did tell Karen I saw a cockroach.

  10. Andy says:

    I visited Barnes & Noble during the Black Friday Sale and I did actually find something on sale, not related to Black Friday; but the real find was something I had to search for, and it was not on sale. I remembered a television show from a bit ago called Off the Map. I could not recall precisely what event on the show, but when it did arrive I remembered the situation. The show is all about a program called Doctors Without Borders, in a South American country that speaks Spanish almost exclusively. They do say which country but it’s less about location than about the doctors in these conditions.
    A doctor who was trained in trauma by US medicine arrives in the beginning of the first episode. At one point she finds the need to communicate the infirmity she has diagnosed in her Spanish-speaking patient. Here, I will put exactly the way the new doctor communicates by reading out of a dictionary:
    β€˜You have un frio – a cold. It’s very common. Make sure to reloj – to watch – the fiebre (hand to forehead) return aqui por visitar.’
    To the person who speaks Spanish this total gibberish is surely what one would find from a dictionary. If only speaking of a cold were cold temperature and to watch is the same as a clock.
    This one very small scene is totally worth the price of admission, if only to illustrate the need to think through what one needs to say more than what you would find in a dictionary.

    My wife and I visited a grocery store last night, and I really did not want to go; but after the fact I cannot complain. However, my reason for this has more to do with a fellow patron than with stuff we bought. I came across a woman who it turns out to have been an old boss, and totally enchanting. I did not say anything even to her, but as I left the store, I could not get it out of my head how sexy she still is.

    I came across something new in this computer, it turns out I have the ability to record sound and video using some features that until now had been hidden to me; so I began to watch Nanny McPhee, intending to record it. What I did not recall until it started was the completely enchanting woman in the character of Evangeline, the scullery maid. Sure, near the beginning we do see Nanny McPhee played by the gorgeous Emma Thompson, who in the beginning is artificially given some atrocious physical attributes, but honestly throughout the show it was Evangeline, so much that I had to look it up, she is played by Kelly MacDonald. Actually, I’m sure I recognize her from something else, and still I cannot think what else I might know her from.

  11. Andy says:

    By the way, I’m going to have to wait a bit, very much hoping the FOREVER membership is not yet withdrawn until I can get in on the deal.

  12. Andy says:

    I went to the kitchen to refill my coffee and Zoe said, β€˜Meow’.
    I asked her if she would like some coffee. Meow.
    β€˜You would?’ I said. I offered her a sip, and she ran away.
    I’m starting to think I know as much about what Zoe is thinking as my wife knows about what I am thinking!

  13. Andy says:

    I can’t speak for what Holly Hunter thinks on the subject of her starring role as Grace Hanadarko in Saving Grace; but this show is a serious thinker. The episode that just ended sees a busload of kids with a condemned axle that breaks and kills three of those kids, immediately followed by a pretty serious weather system that later includes a tornado. Detective Hanadarko braves the storm and finds her way to the bus maintenance location, during a tornado warning, and she sees the place come down around her, falling on the woman whom Grace would be carting off in handcuffs.
    Every episode of this has some serious thinking involved. Highest recommendations!
    Oh ya, as I was saying, I can’t speak for her own beliefs but the character she plays is pretty freaky, and never shy. Makes you wonder how much of this she came up with.

  14. Andy says:

    It was an entertaining surprise on Doctor Who when a face new to the show asked his assistant whether she would like some tea as he prepares his own. The assistant says, ‘I’m perfectly happy drinking my internal milk.’ I wonder if she could share?
    The man then says something to the effect that she might have kept that information private. πŸ™‚

  15. Andy says:

    I had to tell you about last night. I was playing my games and made a pot of coffee. I set the cup of coffee on the stand that also has my computer’s monitor. The kitten likes to walk around on the stand, and sometimes she will lay down in the space behind the monitor. Imagine my surprise when Zoe steps up to the cup of coffee and starts drinking it! … Wonder why she’s so full of energy!

  16. Jim Wright says:

    Good Show, Ella!!

    Have you ever worked with Matt Williams on Kink.com?

    He really knows how to please his Girls!!

    Jim

  17. Andy says:

    coconut, cashews, strawberries, peanuts, walnuts, pecans, tomatoes

    For some these items are, individually, terrific and highly valued treasures of flavor. For others, especially those allergic, these are distasteful or even life-threatening. On the one hand, surely terrific flavor and nutritional support is to be encouraged.
    I visited family over the holidays, and I saw these extremes in evidence. One brought pecan pie. My wife is allergic. I received a can of mixed nuts among my Christmas gifts. I was not at all interested in eating the pecans or walnuts, but this is not allergy. It is their flavor. Obviously not aware of this situation, my wife’s brother went on for a bit about how much he loved pecans, and I hid my gag reflex.
    Perhaps, in a sense, I have a lower level of allergy, because this flavor for some is excellent, while I know that same man hates tomatoes. Again it is not allergy, in the sense of causing him harm; but it is my suggestion it is an allergy of a sort, in that a flavor excellent to some is not at all well-received.
    Give me some cashews, coconuts, pistachios, Irish Creme flavoring; Pina Colada flavor (virgin).
    Obviously, this list could be much longer and far more complicated.

    What comes first to mind when you think of a terrific flavor which to you is unique and highly valued, while others can’t stand it?

  18. Andrew says:

    Where will you go for your next holiday?

  19. scooby says:

    How does it feel to be phased out for a new younger (not hotter) bunch of newscasters?

  20. Andy says:

    I like that Cleopatra-style photo, really nice. Okay, I like em all, just picked out one today.

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