Thank You

Passed out red head

Hi everybody my name is Sooz. I got to thinking about everyone today, and I just wanted to give you all a great big shout out… Thank you

You have all been with me a long time now and have been very faithful. I wish more of you would give me some feedback however.

I would like to get to know each and everyone of you better. So, don’t be shy, let me know what you think, or if you have a topic you would like me to address, just let me know.

Remember, I am here for you, and because of you. God bless you all.


“The Man”

Recently, I attended a musical called the school of rock.

This brought two things back to mind:

1. “The man”

2. Big guy versus little guy

“The man”, a term used to signify anyone who is in power or pulls the strings.

The Second, speaks for it self. I was reminded recently regarding “the man” when a large construction Co. wanted to build over a small but picturesque neighborhood.

This was all done in the name of progress. The city needed to obtain several variances in order to complete this project.

What seemed like an impossible task, became quite possible when the city,” the man”, realized the net worth to themselves .

Now I ask you, why is it possible for these large construction companies to get the variances they need, when the small man, The homeowner, cannot get very simple variances to complete home renovations?

The answer of course is money. One gives back to the city, while the other gives nothing. ◦ Where is the logic here? Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying I’m against progress, just in inequality.

Am I wrong, what are your thoughts?


Thoughts on Auto Driven Cars

I must say, I have been excited about these ever since the concept was first being developed. Now, however, with the recent killing of an Arizona woman, it seems that the self-driving cars need to start back at the drawing board before being tested on the open road.

Uber has suspended their testing until the accident can be evaluated. My question, why was there even a road test in an environment where pedestrians were concerned? Shouldn’t these tests have been run and re-run on all different types of test tracks before being tested on the open road?

Have you ever noticed that companies tend to rush technology until AFTER something tragic happens? Oh, THEN, it’s: “Well, let’s change this or that now to make it safe.” Shouldn’t it have been made safe BEFORE someone is critically injured or dies?

Unfortunately, this doesn’t seem to be the way it works with big industry. Look at all the airplane, or car deaths that could have been avoided if the machines and or parts were just made and tested as SAFE in the first place.

It seems as if we will never learn. Time and time again this happens, don’t believe it, when do you think we get the recalls from the auto industry, before or AFTER something tragic happens.

Come on Big industry, pay attention to past mistakes and actually LEARN something from them. Personally, I am tired of seeing innocent people being injured or worse because of a faulty product. Wake up…





Just Ask Sooz

Dear Sooz:

I’m sure you hear this all the time, but, I have a problem. Last night, my husband of 15 years came home blind drunk. I assure you that I am not a prude Sooz, but, this is the 4th. time this month it has happened.

He comes home all amorous and wants to have sex, yeah, like that would happen. I assure him that even if he “needed” it, he wouldn’t be able to perform. Usually, he just goes to bed and passes out.

Last night, he refused my explanation and just took me. I am so distraught, I don’t know what to do. Obviously he couldn’t perform which really pissed him off. Finally, he wound up passing out on top of me.

In the morning I spoke with him about this, but he had no memory of the event. I am worried Sooz that he might be an alcoholic. I tried to get him to go to counseling, but to no avail.

I need to know what you would do in my situation.

Depressed Wife


Dear Depressed Wife:

In the first place, his behavior is totally unacceptable. I would suggest that you sit him down when sober, and have a heart to heart talk with that man.

Let him KNOW that NO MEANS NO!!! In many states that is considered rape, even though you are married.

Level with him, tell him that he needs to see a professional. Make sure he understands that you mean business, no professional, no sex.

I am NOT saying he is an alcoholic, but his behavior is unacceptable and it needs to be addressed. Nip this in the bud NOW before it goes any further, and you get hurt. Believe me, you did the right thing in writing me.

P.S. Let me know how this situation turns out. Good luck.






Dear Daddy

Dear Daddy:

Today I am sad and tears roll, as I write this. Today is the anniversary of the day you took your life when I was only 8 years old. Daddy, you were my hero and my everything.

We played together, fished together, and you taught me how to love others through your works. I miss you terribly daddy, and I wonder how things would have been different if you were still here to guide me.

I remember like yesterday,  you said you were going to the garage to get something, and then I heard that shot ring out. I rushed to the garage to see your body on the floor, with a river of blood all around you.

I was devastated, alone, and terrified. There was no comforting me as I ran to the neighbor’s house and evoked their help. My question is, why? You never seemed to be distraught as you left me crying in never ending tears.

I’m sure you know that mom couldn’t handle the pressure of living without you, and became an alcoholic. Thank God for aunt Carol, who fed and clothed me most of the time, and provided a stable environment.

I miss you daily daddy, and I am afraid that I too have used the wrong approach for dealing with my sadness. I am afraid that I have taken to behavior not unlike mom’s.

While I write this, I am drunk, and I ask you for your forgiveness. I have done well in the job portion of my life, daddy, well enough to live comfortably for the rest of my life.

On the other hand, my personal life sucks. I have never been able to make a lasting relationship with either men OR women. That’s right daddy, I am bisexual. I hope you would not have been disappointed.

I just want you to know that I respect and admire you. I was the classic daddy’s little girl. I love you daddy, now, and forever. I wish you were still here to guide me, but, I have been following your lead in helping the poor, and I know you would be proud.

I hope you are happy where you are daddy, and know that I pray for you daily.

All my love,

Your Little Princess



Just Ask Sooz

Dear Sooz:

I have a question I would like you to answer for me. About 2 months ago, my father passed away. He was a VP for a major construction Co. and he made very good money.

After the will was read, being an only child, I inherited a substantial amount of money. It was in the seven figure range, so I deposited it into a separate account in my name until I decided what to do with it.

When my husband found out about all this money in just my account, he was livid. He said it should have been put into a joint account and then “we” should decide what to do with it.

The truth is Sooz, my father never approved of John and I felt that by putting it into my account alone, it would have honored his wishes. Obviously I couldn’t tell my husband about that part.

This whole money thing has been a big bone of contention between John and me. What do you think I should have done, and should I transfer it into both of our names? As an aside, John works and makes good money on his own.



Dear Confused:

As I see it, it was YOUR father and as such, you should do whatever you want with the money. Your husband is just being insecure. Many couples have separate bank accounts and personally, I believe that is how it should be.

I see no reason to transfer any money into a joint account, and I would tell your husband that he needs to grow up. Tell him THIS is how your father would have wanted it. After all, you were his ONLY child and should receive all benefits that should come to you.

Good Luck.

Just Ask Sooz


Dear Sooz:

I have an embarrassing question to ask you. One thing you should be aware of, I am a very sexual person.

Before I was married, a year ago, I would always masturbate with my vibrator. Sometimes, I would masturbate two or three times per day.

Once married, our sex life was OK, but I never could come to an orgasm. I worried about this for a while, until one day, I pulled out my trusty vibrator and had an intense orgasm. I tried again and the same thing happened.

Once back to making love with my husband, zip. Is there something wrong with me Sooz, should I see a Dr. or psychotherapist? Please help me understand what’s happening so I can quit worrying.

Deprived Newlywed


Dear Deprived Newlywed:

Many times after continually using a vibrator, your body becomes accustomed to that level of intensity. What I would suggest is to try and pleasure yourself with your fingers until you are able to reach an orgasm.

Once you have achieved it, teach your husband what he needs to do in order to stimulate your clitoris to bring you to a climax. No worries, there is nothing wrong with you that a few lessons for your husband can’t fix.

From now on, when you masturbate, try NOT to use the vibrator. This will eventually make your sex life go a lot better. Best of luck to you.