Charming Wendy is a down-to-earth young lady who enjoys outdoor sports like boating and four-wheeling. In her spare time, she enjoys word and math puzzles as well as crossword puzzles. To keep her gorgeous body in fine shape, she enjoys running. She considers herself a “redneck” and is happy to meet other people who think of themselves the same way.
“Have you ever been four-wheeling?” Wendy asks. “If you haven’t, I highly recommend it. As a city girl it was something I never would have had a chance to do, except I was out with this guy friend of mine I’d known for a while, and we took a trip together out into the country so he could deliver something to a relative. We borrowed the relative’s four-wheel drive and took it out for ‘mudding,’ a spin through the marshy terrain near his house where there was actually an off-road trail. I can’t tell you how much fun that is. It’s like being on a roller coaster without a track. We get so used to cars being a universe of rigid rules. When you’re four-wheeling, within reason, there is nowhere you can’t go, and suddenly everything you do is an adventure. And of course there is mud everywhere and the car gets filthy. The speed, the adrenaline, the adventure, it all got to me. Before I knew it, I was really turned on.”
Wendy admits that things got kind of adventurous with her friend after that. “I looked over at him and he had no idea,” she says. “We had always been good friends, and I think we had always kind of wondered if there might be some benefits there, but we held off. So I figured it would have to be me who made the first move. I reached over while he was driving and I put my hand on his leg. He looked at me, surprised, and then he smiled. Then I moved my hand up. He pulled over and stopped the truck. We were in the middle of nowhere, just in the middle of this big muddy clearing that you reached after driving through the woods. There wasn’t anybody else around, but that didn’t mean somebody else might not drive in. It didn’t matter. We got out, he grabbed me, and he put me up against that muddy truck. I got filthy as he pressed me against the dirty metal. And then he pushed up my little skirt, pulled down my thong, and did what we both wanted him to do. It was incredible. Although I think I ruined those clothes forever. I’ve never seen such mud stains.”
Wendy’s love of crossword puzzles stems from her love of keeping her mind active. “I have this weird fixation with losing my mind as I get older,” she says. “I stay really healthy. My body is in great shape. But I worry when I get older I won’t be as mentally active. I read somewhere that exercising your mind with, like, trivia and puzzles helps you to keep it going, to avoid things like dementia. So I exercise my brain as often as my tight little body. I do crossword puzzles especially, because I like the feeling of completing one. And I’ll even ask friends to help with the questions I’m stuck on. These days, any crossword puzzle can be solved if you have your phone with you and can look up the answers on the Internet. I don’t do that. That takes all the fun out of it. I like doing things the hard way. It means more.”