Fully engaged with your important everyday life routines, primarily involving work and family, sometimes you can go for months or years without ever really coming up for spiritual air.

If that goes on too long, without a real vacation, that behavior, honorable though it may be, may become harmful to your health.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

This is explored at the respected site psychologytoday.com which reports, “Researchers aren’t sure why people who take more vacations are less likely to die of heart attacks, but they have three theories: the time with family and friends; the escape from everyday worries; and the simple anticipation of a few stress-free days.”

Other research indicates that people are taking shorter vacations than they used to.

When this writer was a child, the vacations that our parents took my sibling and myself on were by car, from California to Texas or across the United States to Rhode Island and in between.

They lasted at least a month.

They were more like road trips.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, ozwallpaper.com photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, ozwallpaper.com photo

They places we saw, the people we met and the time our family spent together, in my mind, were the most important memories of our family life.

What’s the difference between a short vacation and a road trip?

Short vacations and weekend getaways can be refreshing but zip and you’re back to work. If you’re like me, during my 9-5 days, by the time it was Saturday evening, I was already dreading Monday.

Road excursions are entirely different.

They can alter or permanently change your life.

Some people never come back to the life they previously had. Truly.

The ultimate and initial masterpiece in road trip films was Easy Rider.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, columbia pictures photo

Easy Rider is a 1969 American road movie written by Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, and Terry Southern, produced by Fonda and directed by Hopper.

It tells the story of two bikers (played by Fonda and Hopper) who travel through the American Southwest and South after selling a large score of cocaine. The success of Easy Rider helped spark the New Hollywood phase of filmmaking during the early 1970s.

The film was added to the Library of Congress National Registry in 1998.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, columbia pictures photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, columbia pictures photo

A landmark counterculture film, and a “touchstone for a generation” that “captured the national imagination”, Easy Rider explores the societal landscape, issues, and tensions in the United States during the 1960s, such as the rise and fall of the hippie movement, drug use, and communal lifestyle.

In Easy Rider, real drugs were used in scenes showing the use of marijuana and other substances.

The timeless exceptional movie reviewer Roger Ebert helps explain why this movie seemed to have such a strong impact on American Society. “Fonda and Hopper specifically break with the establishment by smuggling cocaine across the Mexican border; that’s a no-no. But during most of the picture they have cash money hidden in their gas tanks, not dope. They sold their dope to the establishment (represented ironically by rock tycoon Phil Spector in a Rolls-Royce).

They sold out, that is. And now they want to go to Florida and retire. So Fonda and Hopper the dope-smugglers are symbols of every earnest, hard-working, law abiding, middle-class wage-slave selling his integrity to the establishment every day.”

Thought provoking. 9-5 sellout. I knew it well.

Traveling through the south by car is truly a road trip, especially across the Texas expanse.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

If you make a decision to explore that region to have sessions with some gorgeous session wrestlers, Texas is a great state to emotionally break from your other life.

For long stretches, there is so much of nothingness.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

 One such great destination on your road trip should be a visit with Kaysha Brazil, a friend of the wonderful Maria Queen.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wb270 photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wb270 photo

She is based in vibrant Dallas.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

Here are two reviews that speak to her providing you with a life altering experience.

“Kaysha is one of a very few good-looking women who just don’t quite look big enough to submit a good sized man, but easily wiped the mat with me.  I’m not that tough, but Kaysha is a BJJ Black belt who does that to most anybody who is not a skilled technical wrestler of some sort.   She’s professional, fun to roll with, can be really dominating, and is articulate in English and fun to talk to.”

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wb270 photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wb270 photo

Let’s listen to another.

“I just had a session with Kaysha Brazil from Dallas and It was awesome she can truly wrestle and she has lethal predecessors and rear naked chokes she had me tapping out like crazy. Definitely book a session with this girl she will teach you a wrestling lesson you won’t soon forget so if you are in the Dallas area or if she travels to your area book a session I promise you will get your money worth plus more.”

We agree with both reviewers. Having met and socialized with Maria, any friend of Maria Queen must be a quality person.

Here is Kaysha’s email: kayshamadeinbrazil@gmail.com

As you travel from one town to the next, Houston, another large Texas metropolis, should be your next destination.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

There you will meet a sensuous former lady pro named Maria Arellano.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, wb270 photo

They are just so friendly in Texas. Maria is happy to do a meet and greet. “I have participated in a soccer and professional wrestling.  I have danced for fifteen years and now own my own dance studio and boutique. I have the space and mats to provide an enjoyable and competitive atmosphere. I am new to session wrestling but I am excited and completely professional. I am “clean” and professional, feminine yet extremely strong with great power.”

Sounds very nice Maria. Let’s briefly look at her lady pro resume.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, profightdb.com

fciwomenswrestling.com article, profightdb.com

The widely admired Indie site women-wrestling.org shares, “Born in 1981 in Austin, Texas, Maria Arellano (Venus’ real name) earned a degree in dance and theatre at the University of Texas in Austin. That gave her just the right kind of background to take up professional wrestling later: theatrics as well as the mobility and acrobatics required in dancing are called upon in the ring.

She made her wrestling debut in late 2002. At the beginning of her pro wrestling career, she was the definition of a baby-face but as she honed her skills, she began crossing over to the other side and taking more and more pleasure in bullying her opponents around the ring. She wrestled for OVW (where she took on some of the biggest names in the business). She was the PGWA’s rookie of the year in 2003 and she won the CTPW Women’s title.”

Now that is a resume to be admired. Her email is: mya@boostyoursexy.com

When was the last time that you went on a road trip?

If you are traveling to Texas, you now know at least two beautiful ladies to lookup.

The power of a road trip and a memorable session could alter your life and help you see it from an entirely different and sensuous vantage point.

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Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, fciwomenswrestling2.com, FCI Elite Competitor, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.

http://www.women-wrestling.org/hall_of_fame/venus.html

http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/easy-rider-1969

https://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/200407/getting-away-it-all