A mile­stone Jenna for

The Star (St. Lucia) - Life Begins 2 Nite - - FRONT PAGE -

It was only about a week ago that I blew out the can­dles on my three tier vanilla bean cake and planted a big wet one on my sig­nif­i­cant other. Cel­e­brat­ing a mile­stone and step­ping into the new era of the fab 30's. As ex­cited as I was hav­ing heard all the sto­ries of when you're in your thir­ties, I couldn’t help but rem­i­nisce on how truly awe­some my twen­ties were. I was care­free, young and ready to take on any ad­ven­ture.

I dis­cov­ered sex in my early twen­ties, wildly pump­ing my sex or­gans, try­ing to produce an or­gasim and of course I had no idea what I was do­ing; but the limbs were flex­i­ble, the body looked hot in a bikini and I had pur­suers at ev­ery cor­ner. How­ever as time went by I slowly be­gan to learn about my body and no, I'm not talk­ing about fin­ger jam­ming. I dis­cov­ered that plea­sure came from body parts other than a man's gen­i­tals, and while we're on the topic of men; my twen­ties were also the era where I dis­cov­ered that hav­ing sex with a man was much bet­ter than hav­ing sex with a boy my own age.

By age 24 I dis­cov­ered that what I re­ally needed was a job and some money of my own. How else would I af­ford to buy party tick­ets and travel to Trinidad for car­ni­val? That’s when it hit me, a glimpse of re­al­ity and for­eign men.

So maybe just maybe I had a thing for wood and wat­tah and by that I mean Ja­maican men, could it be the ac­cent or their ec­cen­tric fashion sense? What­ever it was I spent most of my mid twen­ties dat­ing men from around the re­gion.

By my late twen­ties sex seemed over­rated while toys on the other hand ap­peared to be much more at­trac­tive. A cou­ple in­vest­ments later, I was on my way to a suc­cess­ful life both in and out of the sack. I now looked for a man who of­fered more than just a great or­gasim. I wanted brains, am­bi­tion and a healthy bank ac­count (which I even­tu­ally found if you're won­der­ing)!

All in all my twen­ties were mag­i­cal, I trav­eled around the globe, pur­sued some of my great­est pas­sions, met and slept with some amaz­ing peo­ple but most of all learnt a les­son from ev­ery ad­ven­ture. So hello 30, the queen has ar­rived.

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