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Twinklebear and I are like the “A” and “B” ingredients of epoxy glue.



“Ahh you…. So sweet. Thank you. What wonderful things to say about me. (Of course all true!) Ha!….Ok, so this article / memoir, is romantic. I will give you that one…”

Women are such romantics, and Twinklebear is such a womanly woman. I love that about her. She has a heart as big as the great outdoors, and as pure as unconditional love. A love that I am so lucky to be the recipient of.

In our early days of intimacy, Twinklebear (my Twin Flame, we are reincarnated from previous lives together) would say, “We have bonded!” We made cute little jokes and uttered circumspect innuendos related to epoxy glue and bonding. Epoxy glue as you probably know, is a super strong bonding agent that requires the mixing of two separate agents, identified as “A” and “B.”

We reveled in romantic little word games, celebrating the fact that WE FOUND EACH OTHER! We marveled at how in love we were, and how that in love feeling surpassed anything either of us had felt before.

Even though this memoir takes a clean analytical look at how Twinklebear and I bonded, I hope that she will find this as pleasing as the previous memoir. I must confess that I really write these memoirs for Her Eyes, even though they are couched in the format of having been written for impartial “readers.” Her emotions, well-being and happiness are paramount to me. It is my beloved Twinklebear, who I wish to dazzle with my wordsmithing. Sometimes, I actually succeed!

Pleasing my Baby, making her happy, is always at the top of my “to do” list. She (“you”, my Twinks, since I principally write this to you) mean everything to me.

But getting back to ingredients “A” and “B” of epoxy glue. Apart they are, inert entities. But put them together, and an intense chemical reaction takes place. An instant flash point then happens. The volatile mixture then heats up suddenly and violently and then an irreversible bonding takes place. Once the two are mixed together, they are interlocked together like the unseen atoms of a singular entity—forever. Once bonded, there is no possible separation of “A” and “B.”

This was so like Twinklebear and I when we met (reunited rather, remember that we are reincarnated) three years ago. Once mixed together, we became this combustible conglomeration—that created so much emotional, sensual and spiritual heat—that we bonded immediately like epoxy glue.

Like with epoxy glue, our mixture hardens as time passes. With us as ingredients “A” and “B”—like epoxy glue, the combination becomes more cohesive with every passing hour and day. That’s Twinklebear and I. We have been bonded by the eternal Twin Flame Glue. I will love you Baby, always!


I love you, Twinklbear
Forever and a day
Twin Flames, podmates always
Bear Pact Forever!
12 12 12 in every way

2 thoughts on ““MEMOIR: QUICK BONDING”

  1. You cute ,soppy , gooey romantic you. Aww. You are absolutely correct. We totally bonded. We call that ” superglue” over here. You know , its proper name , ha!!!!
    Well the love, and connection we share is second to none. Totally unconditional and all forgiving. I love you too forever and always, and a day! My sookybear. Thank you for writing me these sweet,. Clever,. ROMANTIC memoirs. I adore them.
    Twinflames podmates 🐻 pact forever and a day! 121212 my sookybear. ❤💙

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  2. Ha! You soppy, gooey and beautiful romantic, YOU—my AC Twinklebear! Looks like we are a matched pair of soppy romantics, alright! My name is Bonded…James Bonded…Bonded to Twinklebear, that is! Ha! I love you forever and a day, my Ingredient “B.” Twin Doodles Forever! Twin flames, podmates, BEAR PACT FOREVER! 12 12 12


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