January 15th, 2017
Happy 2017, how is it going so far? Thus far I have returned home from my adventures in Baltimore and Washington DC, taken on many personal and business challenges, I have been shooting a ton of content for my personal site to make up for my down time when I had the cancer removed from my face, and of course, took a day off to celebrate the New Year, uh nope, I actually worked that day too!
2017 has taken off running. We hired new people and we are doing a lot of new and exciting shoots for all 3 of the sites. We are blessed to have the greatest crew and everyone always pulls together and makes it happen. We have been working on new sets, we actually even made a bed on the wall the other day, among other things. Business has been wonderful and this seems to be the perfect time to take on all these new ventures.
In regards to travel, going to Baltimore and DC was invigorating, adventurous and inspiring, especially DC.
I really enjoyed Baltimore and the suite we stayed in had the most amazing views. We got in pretty late on Friday night but just in time to go to a great bar and restaurant and order giant crab legs and do a whiskey tasting and watch a live band. It was freezing cold outside on Saturday but we could stay in our beautiful hotel room and look out on to the bay and enjoy the views of the entire city, order delicious room service and make love and then attended the football game on Sunday, Eagles vs Ravens. It was chilly but a hot pretzel did the trick. This is me sitting in the stadium in the cold waiting for my pretzel and beer.
We woke up on Monday and headed to DC and then attended the Panthers vs Redskins game, did I mention this was Ryan’s 40th Birthday trip and he LOVES football? OK, now that was a outdoor stadium night game that didn’t even begin until 9PM so a cold beer and pretzel wasn’t going to do the trick, hand warmers were the key to keeping warm that night.
This was our first trip to DC and we were both in aye. We toured the Capital, the White House, tried to see as many of the Smithsonian museums as we could, the Holocaust Museum, and walked up and down the Mall sightseeing like crazy and we couldn’t get enough. We want to go back in the Spring because there is so much to do and see and 3 1/2 days just isn’t enough. We stayed at the Hay Adams hotel and we were literally right across the street from the White House. There was a great bar we went to called Off the Record with political cartoons all over the walls. Congress wasn’t in session but you could just feel the vibe of the city and how exciting it must be to live there. Who knows, I have always wanted to do public service, hmmm, porn to politics? I don’t know if even Washington DC could handle my big mouth!
I was happy to be home and nothing says home more than a snuggly sweater in bed so that was my first shoot when I got home. Next I did a lingerie number with a super high waist, sort of my tribute to the 80’s. I also did a little Christmas shopping just in time which turned into a 3-some.
So that’s my end of December and beginning of January update. As I said, this New Year is busier than years prior but I love it. I feel energized and passionate about the future and I hope you do too. I have a feeling this isn’t going to be an easy year but I feel this is a year to reap the rewards of hard work, integrity, compassion and determined stubbornness of the past. So Happy New Year and my wish for you is that this year brings you the warmth of love and illuminates your life path towards a positive direction. My wish also for you and for myself is that the negativity and difficulties in life end and 2017 brings success and desired results.
December 25th, 2016
Don’t be a Grinch this year, even if things aren’t going your way or maybe you feel lonely or depressed this Christmas, take the time to reflect on what is good about your life, what you can change to make yourself happier this new year and give yourself the greatest gift you can, to love yourself. Now after visiting my website you might want to “love yourself” in a different kind of way, but on a serious note, really give yourself the gift that no one else can give you, self love and acceptance. That’s a big one for me this year too. So let’s all let our little “Grinch” hearts open up and not only love and care about those around us and those sharing our beautiful and delicate planet, but really be honest with yourself and how you can improve the most important relationship you have, the one you have with yourself.
So Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Happy Hanukkah, and Happy Kwanzaa and wishing you all the true happiness you can find inside yourself this year.
Love You All!
December 11th, 2016
Happy Holidays Everyone! December has been full of surprises so far, and I have been getting some unexpected and unwanted gifts :/
A few weeks ago I had skin cancer removed from my face. I have long stayed out of the sun and the only time I am golden brown now is if I hit the spray tanner machine so I was a bit taken aback when the biopsy came back as Squamous cell carcinoma. I was going to wait until after the holidays to get it removed but the doctor had a last minute opening and I thought no biggie, it is just a little tiny spot on my jaw, how bad can it be? Well I had five stitches and nice big bandage on my face for a week and now I have a long scar and I’m not very thrilled about it. It curtailed my shooting the past few weeks but thank goodness we already had some in the can ready to go.
So with that said, I did some nasty flashing out in public with nothing on but some undies and stockings and a trench coat. Very fun indeed! I received a lot of attention that day. I had guys up on a rooftop doing construction that halted their work to take a gander at my giant breasts, some happy drivers on the road and a guy watering his lawn who took a few snapshots with his phone.
I also did a little sunbathing with the hubby out on the lawn. Sort of ironic that I did this shoot prior to the cancer diagnoses, all my younger years trying to get a “healthy” tan came back to bit me on the…face! Nevertheless, I had fun on a warm November day playing with the hose and that of my husband’s.
We also did a little tag team on the massage table. Ahhh, the beauty of youth and it’s innocence.
This week I brought you a treat from the past and did a little tree trimming with an exotic beauty.
I should be all healed up soon and ready to give you some brand new content to enjoy. But remember, keep your sunscreen on your face and the lube on your hands!
November 24th, 2016
It is about giving thanks and what better way to show your appreciation to this nation than to give thanks to the protestors at Standing Rock. They are the Standing Rock Sioux that have been protesting against the construction of the controversial Dakota Pipeline. Thousands of these Native Americans have been fighting a difficult battle trying to save that area from a huge ecological risk. These are peaceful protestors simply trying to protect what is rightfully theirs. Not only will this Pipeline destroy sacred grounds but poses a threat to their ground water.
Our Anglo American ancestors would not have made it alive without the help of Native Americans. We wouldn’t be sitting around our tables enjoying a Turkey feast celebrating Thanksgiving without their assistance in crop production and survival skills.
So I say stand with those that support #NoDAPL and learn more about this issue. Give to the Oceti Sakowin Camp the best you can. In a time when there is so much political turmoil, maybe today you can find a way to believe in the rights of the Americans who do not have a voice at all.
Bless you all and have a beautiful Thanksgiving Holiday. I am always thankful and humbled by your love and support.
October 31st, 2016
With the scary clown craze going on everywhere I decided I had to dress my husband up as the creepiest clown ever! This scene is going up tonight on teen fidelity.com. You have to check out the free trailer, very unsettling to say the least.
I celebrated my Halloween on Saturday. I have been working so hard on all of our productions that I finally got to do my kellymadison.com Halloween shoot on Saturday after spending 3 1/2 hours in hair and makeup getting ready for my Day of the Dead shoot. I then packed up and drove out to Las Vegas with my makeup still on and attended my sister’s Halloween party. My great friend and office manager Wendy attended the gala with me. We kept scary fucking clown at home to finish editing his clown video.
I hope for all of you that you don’t get tricked but rather treated to a pleasurable evening. And if you happened to log on to my site, I have a very special Halloween themed scene I put up last week that I did with Ryan and a sexy little number named Coco.
And I also updated this week my adventures in nature where I am a little innocent deer that got hunted by a big bad bear – oooooh scary…
So again, Happy Haloweenie to all my pretties!!!!!
September 11th, 2016
Do you remember where you were 15 years ago today? I think everyone in the United States does. We all know how we found out, who called us or when we watched the travesty on TV and how we felt. I searched around today to try to find inspiration for myself or something I could share with you and I came across a great article that actually gives suggestions on how to honor the innocent lives we lost on that day.
1. Deliver flowers or just stop by to say thank you to your local fire and police stations. Any form of appreciation would be a great move on this day as firemen and policemen are our local heroes.
2. Take a break for each of the 6 moments of silence to commemorate the events that happened during these times: 8:46 AM, 9:03 AM, 9:37 AM, 9:59 AM, 10:03 AM, 10:28 AM.
3. Check out your city publications to see what community events are being organized, and volunteer to help. If there aren’t any events, organize one! Consider gathering community members at a park to hold the moments of silence together.
4. Join a volunteer service, such as a food drive or neighborhood cleanups. September 11 is also the National Day of Service and Remembrance to encourage Americans to take part in service projects. Visit United We Serve for more information.
5. Donate Blood. In the days following 9/11, blood donations soared. With Americans looking to provide immediate assistance to those injured in the attacks, the country’s blood banks collected 600,000 more units in the fall of 2001 than they would have otherwise.
Today, with the Red Cross’ national blood supply having recently reached a 15 year low, going to a local blood bank and donating is among the most important contributions you can make to your community.
August 31st, 2016
Seriously, that’s the question I asked myself all throughout the month of August. 49? Where has time gone? I remember thinking when I started my website that I was 33 and wow that’s a bit old to be taking off your clothes but alas, here I am 16 years later still strutting my stuff. It may be older stuff but still stuff, nonetheless. Thanks for the support.
I spent the month keeping my mind off my age and at times probably should have been acting my age. We hired a beautiful model to do arial acrobatics and I just couldn’t keep myself from hanging from the fabric like a little kid.
I tried to be a bit more respectable but ended up masturbating in the bathroom while I was at a party. Shame on me!
Then I decided to dress like a lady and then promptly undress and again with the masturbation? I guess the older women get the hornier they get? It seems to ring true for this old broad!
I was able to spend my birthday weekend with some very dear friends down in Newport Beach. We rented a villa and right when we checked in Ryan got out the camera and we inaugurated our weekend home. We had fun and shot some content, made dinner and went to bed early and rose with sun and drank our coffee while overlooking the golf course and the beautiful ocean view. We then met up with our friends who drove down from LA and Ryan and Kyle golfed while I was able to get some wonderful girl time with Sarah hanging out by the pool and going to the spa. We dined that evening together and then reluctantly went home the next day. This was my third time staying at the Villas at Pelican Hill and I could just live there permanently, a bit expensive but maybe they won’t notice me if I keep real quiet ; )
July 31st, 2016
Happy Summer Everyone! Wow is it hot where I live. Over 100 degrees is just too much for me, can we say “Boob Sweat” for days?!!! So I took a quick work/vaca down to Huntington Beach with Ryan and the doggies and got away from the blistering hot weather. It was great. We were right across from the beach and our view was awesome, plus it wasn’t too far from Dog Beach and restaurants and shopping were just an elevator down. I really enjoy shooting on location. I don’t have the crew I have when I shoot at home but it just feels more intimate and real when it is just Ryan and myself. So I did a few shoots, got crushed by a big ass wave and I still have water in my left ear, and the highlight was taking the dogs for long walks for sure.
I graduated high school from Huntington Beach High over 30 years ago and some parts of Huntington are so different now. It is so much nicer than it was but there are parts that still have that old beach town charm and kind of grimey. I like it all.
So since my full time preoccupation is trying to stay OUT of the heat and indoors with my AC, thoroughly utilizing my new solar panels, I have been doing a bunch of online tests. I guess I’m trying to figure myself out since I will be turning 49 next month. I found some that are really cool. For instance,
To find out what Chinese Element you are can help you with balancing your energy, Tao of Wellness has the best one:
To find out what body type and what foods you should eat and avoid I highly recommend Deepak Chopra’s test:
To find out your “raw” personality like I did and discover you are a “Tenacious Bulldog” check out:
raw personality quiz
So if you are going to waste time on the Internet after checking out my new Summer updates, check out these tests, hey it is always fun to learn about yourself and you might come away with a different view on yourself and how to relate to others!
July 15th, 2016
Look who I met down at the fireworks stand before it opened. Too bad we got there too early and they weren’t open for business yet. Oh well, I took her home with me and Ryan and made our own fireworks with her!
And a few years ago I got caught pleasuring myself in my bedroom by the Bug Man.
I thought I was all alone in my room when he came peering through my bedroom window at me! He invited himself in.
I liked the thorough service he provided and figured it was a one time thing. Oh no, forward a few years and there I was again on the bed with my favorite toy and just as he had done before, he spied on me and then boldly walked on in to give me my Bug Man full service job…
July 4th, 2016
Fourth Of July is not only a celebration of our independence from England, the original Brexit, ha ha, (my apologies for the bad joke) but it signals the half way point of the year. It makes me stop and take an account of what has happened and if I’m on track or actually doing what I want to do with my life. Each year becomes more purposeful and I suppose that happens with age. So here I am at the “halfway” mark of 2016 and other than a few hiccups along the way this year I have no complaints. I will take today to navigate the rest of the year and work on my goals of being a smarter, kinder, gentler person and less of the qualities that no longer suit me.
So thank you for taking the journey along with me this year. Have a wonderful 4th of July holiday and thank you so much for all the support and love and the ability to do what I want to do and for making it possible for me to make a living doing it. That is absolute FREEDOM and I thank you for making it all possible!!!