Category Archive: Seattle Guy

May 02 2013

Life is Messy

When sex is really great, it’s likely that both parties end up sweaty and slick with a variety of fluids. The kids who have the best time at the park come home with dirt on their clothes and smiles on their faces. When I’m on a deadline for a project that’s about to make me …

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Jan 04 2013

Viva Las Vegas!

Well Prowlers, I’m headed to Las Vegas tomorrow for NMX 2013 (BlogWorld).  I will continue to post while I’m there, of course.  I won’t leave you high and dry without your Kat fix. Have I mentioned that I love Las Vegas? It shouldn’t surprise you that I would love Sin City. I love the lights, …

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Jul 26 2012

Involuntary Fidelity

It has been over a month since I’ve prowled and I have no immediate prospects in sight. This isn’t my record, of course. My record is 8 years. Right now I’m wondering how I survived those 8 years. Actually, I know. I worked 60-80 hours a week…..and I ate a lot. FYI – neither of …

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Jun 28 2012

Date with Seattle Guy (Part 2)

You can find Date with Seattle Guy (Part 1) here. We didn’t talk much as we drove. I asked a few stupid questions like, “Gee, the streets sure are complicated here. Is it hard to get around?” Yeah, I know. I would have been better off saying nothing, huh? Anyway, every now and then he would reach …

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Jun 28 2012

Date with Seattle Guy (Part 1)

As most of you know, I don’t “date.” I play. I fuck. I prowl. I do lots of things, but “date” isn’t one of them. However, my experience with Seattle Guy felt like a date in many ways so that’s how I characterize it. Getting away from Hubby and the rest of the family to see him …

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Jun 25 2012

Seattle Guy

A very interesting thing happened shortly after I posted Water, Water Everywhere…, the post about all the hot men I was seeing around town in Seattle. I received an email from a PWK reader who lives in Seattle. I’ll call him Seattle Guy.  Yes, I know my creativity is impressive, isn’t it? The email read: …

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