Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year!

Just wanted to take a moment to wish you all a very Happy New Year! What a year it's been.

I have learned a lot in school and met a lot of nice new friends, so all in all it's been a good year, and I hope it's been a good one for you too.

I have appreciated your business during this past year, and look forward to serving you in 2011.

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Happy Holidays!

Hello all,

I hope that you are enjoying this holiday season. I have been run off my feet! My apologies for my limited availability this past week, it's been a madhouse around here.

My visitors have gone on their way, heading for the mainland, so I guess it's back to work. I'm sort of glad about that - it's nice to have company, but I'm not used to taking time off.

Now all the shopping, visiting, etc. is done, and I'm ready to settle in with a couple of great new books (Dean Koontz and Stephen King), fantastic new video games (Kinect games! Yay!) , and some nice, leisurely massage sessions with some of my favourite people (that's my clients, in case you're wondering). I'm thinking that the 90 minute VIP session might be just the thing for some of you. The Holiday Specials are still on until the end of the month, so do come and see me if you can.

Looking forward to seeing you,

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Holiday Hours and Availability

I'd like to be able to see more clients this week, but I have company coming from out of town, so will be available a little bit here, a little bit there.

If you haven't yet taken advantage of my Holiday Specials, I hope to see you before the end of the month.

Since we got rain instead of the fluffy stuff this year, I hope you like the snow I put in my site at and I hope you enjoyed my Holiday Specials! If I don't see you soon, have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I have enjoyed spending time with you this year and look forward to seeing you in 2011.

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Craigslist Comox Valley Erotic Services w4m

Updated June 23, 2018

If you're here because you were searching for adult services on Craigslist, you should know that Craigslist - Comox Valley - Erotic Services, Personals, and Therapeutic Services are all gone.  So is backpage.

I have been advertising a little more in other places, but it hasn't been a major concern because Comox Valley Massage is easy to find.  All you have to do is take ComoxValleyMassage and add .com...or take VancouverIslandMassage and add .com, or if those are too long, use or

My ads don't do much besides let people know that I provide erotic massage services in the Comox Valley and direct prospective clients to visit my site.  The site has the most complete, up to date information and enables visitors to decide which, if any, services interest them.  It also lets them know how to go about contacting me.

Check out my site if interested.

Nicole Kelly
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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Holiday Specials

To thank my clients for their patronage this past year, I am offering a few Holiday Specials. Very special sessions at rates guaranteed to make you smile!
You won't find information about services, rates, and specials on my site but you can phone between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. 7 days a week. (250) 339-4104

Hope to hear from you soon!

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage

Friday, December 10, 2010

I Hate Eorzea

I have no friends here. I'm going back to Vana'diel.

Edit: I went back to FFXI on XBox 360 and it's great, but most of my friends are gone from there. Nobody seems to know where they went, they all vanished at around the same time, around the end of August (2010). Only one friend is left and he doesn't know what happened. I started a new linkshell anyway, and it's nice to have something fun to do once in while, as far as video games go, I mean.

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

The Term is Over!!!

I did it! Finished the semester and I have gotta say the grades are kickass! You would not believe the grades. I am very happy about them.

We all went out for dinner after the last class so I was up a bit later than usual, a little tired today but it's ok. I am taking it easy, working if work comes up, playing video games, snuggling with my neglected kitty (who hates to snuggle), stuff like that.

OMG it is SO nice not to have anything to study right now.

Well, there is this one book I brought home that I want to read...but that's not studying.

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

I Know it Got Lousy Reviews...

I know this game sucks. Look at this horrible review (opens in new window).

Graphics: meh
Locations: only about three
Narration: extremely annoying with terrible English accent
Violence: gets stale after a while

Oh and if you die at any stage in a level, you have to start the whole level again - no "checkpoints".

I love it anyway. Not all games have to be awesome, this one is just fun. It's fun to torture the bears. I think it's because they're such assholes. At first, you feel sorry for them and think, wow, Naughty Bear is a total psycho, but then you start seeing all the shitty things these bears do, the way they treat him, and it's like, OK, time to seriously mess with these bears. I'm going to take my time killing them because they treat Naughty Bear like shit throughout the entire game. I'm sure that others have a different take on it...the other bears represent certain societal values and norms. Naughty Bear falls outside of these, he's an obvious misfit, yes.

What interests me about this game is the central theme. He is ostracized. He's also psychologically abused. They laugh at him, make faces, stuff like that. They also violate his privacy in a big way. It seems as though the police and the military are in on it. So this ostracized, bullied, rights-infringed victim of the system goes on a killing spree. That's not new, but what is new is the way you get an idea of what goes on in the mind of someone who has snapped, because you get to be that someone. I would really liked to have been able to play as one of the other bears, just to see it from the other side. Being pursued by Naugty Bear would have been awesomely terrifying because the A.I. actually isn't that bad. They should have done that instead of putting in the lame multiplayer mode.

Check it out - rent it. You'll see what I mean. The game's design is not the greatest, not by a long shot, but it definitely makes a statement.

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Monday, November 22, 2010

Adam Sandler - Piece Of Shit Car

The car's engine (the most dangerous stuff, anyway) has been fixed, and it's going back in tomorrow to get the heating/air conditioning system fixed (well, more like replaced, actually). w00t! It's going to have HEAT this winter...and it's going to be a real sweet car when it's done. I like it better now that I no longer have to worry about the steering wheel falling off.

Got an A+ on something, finally. Wasn't sure if I'd be able to get those in Third Year.

I dropped out of Glee Club - I am no longer in high school and I don't have to put up with being made to look stupid. I also dropped Canadian Lit (no big deal, didn't want to take it in the first place). Not much time left until the Winter Break...can't wait.

Best days to book during the coming week: Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Well, THAT Didn't Take Long...

How anticlimactic. Call of Duty: Black Ops, finished in no time. Too bad, because I was really having a lot of fun with it.

Oh, well. I'm supposed to be studying anyway.
Nicole Kelly
Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Sunday, October 31, 2010

What You're Missing

If you haven't booked a session with me lately, here's what you're missing:

Awesome specials. My availability is limited in the winter because of school, so during those times when I am available, I like to be busy. This makes for good deals for you.

Me either going to the gym or walking for miles every day. This makes for a stiff, sore Nicole who just might be receptive to the idea of receiving a massage (translation: free reversal). Eventually, this will make for a buff Nicole, but that's a LONG way down the road.

Me kicking ass in school. I'm getting As in everything, but having to study 20 hours a day to do it. This makes for a perpetually caffeinated Nicole who is not only alert, but really receptive to the idea of taking a break from the books to do a session. This also makes for great hair and makeup, but either collegiate athletic or surfer attire depending on the weather. In other words, I don't give a damn what I'm wearing as long as it's comfortable.

All in all, a win situation for both of us.

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath's poetry depresses the hell out of me. Her shitty poetry put me in a lousy mood that completely ruined my weekend. I don't care what my professors think. I am not reading or discussing anything by Sylvia Plath for the entire remainder of my college career. Her work makes me unhappy. It's disturbing, with repulsive imagery. It would almost be okay that it's so dark, but it also makes no sense. It sucks.

Fuck you, Sylvia Plath! I'm glad you stuck your head in that oven. I wish you'd done it before you wrote this crap!

On a lighter note, Margaret Atwood is okay. Sort of.

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Credit Card Phishing Scam Alert

Scam Alert
Copied from Comox Valley Craigslist Sept. 14/10

Figured I'd better post it here because it's sure to be flagged off Craigslist in no time...
Just a heads up - for those who might not be savvy about these things:
If you reply to any of these kinds of ads:
let me amaze you - w4m - 25 (comox valley)
cute escort - w4m - 25 (comox valley)
simple and relaxing - w4m - 25 (comox valley) see the trend - short title, all lower case, short ad (between 1 and 3 lines), no incall, no phone number. If you email these ads you get a reply from "Amy" or "Vanessa" or whatever...she doesn't exist."She" will send you to which sends you to a site that asks for your credit card number for "verification"...for her "safety". Don't do it.

If you Google " scam" (remove quotation marks) you will see that there is discussion about this
The same ads appear in cities all over Canada and the United States, and whether you reply to an ad in Comox, London Ontario or El Paso Texas, you get a reply from the same fake SP.

Note: I just had to try this, so I had a friend e-mail all three of the ads mentioned in the above post. All three got the same auto-response. The first e-mail is automatically generated, but if you send a reply questioning the whole credit card thing, you get increasingly coercive responses. Seems like there is a LOT to be avoided on Craigslist lately LOL
Seriously...this pisses me off because I know there are clients in the Comox Valley who could fall for this kind of thing. Do not part with your credit card information, ever.
Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Saturday, September 11, 2010

"Machete" Kicked Ass!

(click poster for Comox Valley show times - "Machete" will probably be gone but you can see what else is playing LOL)
Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Touch My Body (Tuts My Barreh) / Karaoke Fail (English subtitles)

I have not laughed this hard in a long time. I nearly threw up, seriously.

Quote of the Week: "I want you to caress me like a tropical priest."

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Monday, August 23, 2010

The Whore of Mensa

The Whore of Mensa
A Short Story by Woody Allen
From his book "Without Feathers", Random House, 1975 ( Citarsi Addosso, Bompiani, 1976)
Estimated Online Reading Time: About 10 Minutes
Source: Woody Allen in Italiano

One thing about being a private investigator, you've got to learn to go with your hunches. That's why when a quivering pat of butter named Word Babcock walked into my office and laid his cards on the table, I should have trusted the cold chill that shot up my spine.

"Kaiser?" he said. "Kaiser Lupowitz?"

"That's what it says on my license," I owned up.

"You've got to help me. I'm being blackmailed. Please!" He was shaking like the lead singer in a rumba band. I pushed a glass across the desk top and a bottle of rye I keep handy for nonmedicinal purposes.

"Suppose you relax and tell me all about it."

"You ... you won't tell my wife?"

"Level with me, Word. I can't make any promises." He tried pouring a drink, but you could hear the clicking sound across the street, and most of the stuff wound up in his shoes.

"I'm a working guy," he said. "Mechanical maintenance. I build and service joy buzzers. You know - those little fun gimmicks that give people a shock when they shake hands?"


"A lot of your executives like 'em. Particularly down on Wall Street."

"Get to the point."

"I'm on the road a lot. You know how it is - lonely. Oh, not what you're thinking. See, Kaiser, I'm basically an intellectual. Sure, a guy can meet all the bimbos he wants. But the really brainy women - they're not so easy to find on short notice."

"Keep talking."

"Well, I heard of this young girl. Eighteen years old. A Yassar student. For a price, she'll come over and discuss any subject - Proust, Yeats, anthropology. Exchange of ideas. You see what I'm driving at?"

"Not exactly."

"I mean my wife is great, don't get me wrong. But she won't discuss Pound with me. Or Eliot. I didn't know that when I married her. See, I need a woman who's mentally stimulating, Kaiser. And I'm willing to pay for it. I don't want an involvement - I want a quick intellectual experience, then I want the girl to leave. Christ, Kaiser, I'm a happily married man."

"How long has this been going on?"

"Six months. Whenever I have that craving, I call Flossie. She's a madam, with a Master's in Comparative Lit. She sends me over an intellectual, see?"

So he was one of those guys whose weakness was really bright women. I felt sorry for the poor sap. I figured there must be a lot of jokers in his position, who were starved for a little intellectual communication with the opposite sex and would pay through the nose for it.

"Now she's threatening to tell my wife," he said.

"Who is?"

"Flossie. They bugged the motel room. They got tapes of me discussing The Waste Land and Styles of Radical Will, and, well, really getting into some issues. They want ten grand or they go to Carla. Kaiser, you've got to help me! Carla would die if she knew she didn't turn me on up here." The old call-girl racket. I had heard rumors that the boys at headquarters were on to something involving a group of educated women, but so far they were stymied.

"Get Flossie on the phone for me."


"I'll take your case, Word. But I get fifty dollars a day, plus expenses. You'll have to repair a lot of joy buzzers." "It won't be ten G's worth, I'm sure of that," he said with a grin, and picked up the phone and dialed a number. I took it from him and winked. I was beginning to like him.


Seconds later, a silky voice answered, and I told her what was on my mind. "I understand you can help me set up an hour of good chat," I said.

"Sure, honey. What do you have in mind?"

"I'd like to discuss Melville."

"Moby Dick or shorter novels?"

"What's the difference?"

"The price. That's all. Symbolism's extra."

"What'll it run me?"

"Fifty, maybe a hundred for Moby Dick. You want a comparative discussion - Melville and Hawthorne? That could be arranged for a hundred."

"The dough's fine," I told her and gave her the number of a room at the Plaza.

"You want a blonde or a brunette?"

"Surprise me," I said, and hung up.

"I shaved and grabbed some black coffee while I checked over the Monarch College Outline series. Hardly an hour had passed before there was a knock on my door. I opened it, and standing there was a young redhead who was packed into her slacks like two big scoops of vanilla ice cream.

"Hi, I'm Sherry." They really knew how to appeal to your fantasies. Long, straight hair, leather bag, silver earrings, no make-up.

"I'm surprised you weren't stopped, walking into the hotel dressed like that," I said. "The house dick can usually spot an intellectual."

"A five-spot cools him."

"Shall we begin?" I said, motioning her to the couch. She lit a cigarette and got right to it. "I think we could start by approaching Billy Budd as Melville's justification of the ways of God to man, n'est-ce pas?"

"Interestingly, though, not in a Miltonian sense." I was bluffing. I wanted to see if she'd go for it.

"No. Paradise Lost lacked the substructure of pessimism." She did.

"Right, right. God, you're right," I murmured.

"I think Melville reaffirmed the virtues of innocence in a naive yet sophisticated sense - don't you agree?" I let her go on. She was barely nineteen years old, but already she had developed the hardened facility of the pseudo-intellectual. She rattled off her ideas glibly, but it was all mechanical. Whenever I offered an insight, she faked a response: "Oh yes, Kaiser. Yes, baby, that's deep. A platonic comprehension of Christianity - why didn't I see it before?" We talked for about an hour and then she said she had to go. She stood up and I laid a C-note on her.

"Thanks, honey."

"There's plenty more where that came from."

"What are you trying to say?" I had piqued her curiosity. She sat down again.

"Suppose I wanted to have a party?" I said.

"Like, what kind of a party?"

"Suppose I wanted Noam Chomsky explained to me by two girls?"

"Oh, wow."

"If you'd rather forget it..."

"You'd have to speak with Flossie," she said. "It's cost you." Now was the time to tighten the screws. I flashed my private- investigator's badge and informed her it was a bust.


"I'm fuzz, sugar, and discussing Melville for money is an 802. You can do time."

"You louse!"

"Better come clean, baby. Unless you want to tell your story down at Alfred Kazin's office, and I don't think he'd be too happy to hear it."

She began to cry. "Don't turn me in, Kaiser," she said. "I needed the money to complete my Master's. I've been turned down for a grant. Twice. Oh, Christ."

It all poured out - the whole story. Central Park West upbringing, Socialist summer camps, Brandeis. She was every dame you saw waiting in line at the Elgin or the Thalia, or penciling the words 'Yes, very true' into the margin of some book on Kant. Only somewhere along the line she had made a wrong turn.

"I needed cash. A girl friend said she knew a married guy whose wife wasn't very profound. He was into Blake. She couldn't hack it. I said sure, for a price I'd talk Blake with him. I was nervous at first. I faked a lot of it. He didn't care. My friend said there were others. Oh, I've been busted before. I got caught reading Commentary in a parked car, and I was once stopped and frisked at Tanglewood. Once more and I'm a three time loser."

"Then take me to Flossie."

She bit her lip and said, "The Hunter College Book Store is a front."


"Like those bookie joints that have barbershops outside for show. You'll see."

I made a quick call to headquarters and then said to her, "Okay, sugar. You're off the hook. But don't leave town."

"She tilted her face up toward mine gratefully. "I can get you photographs of Dwight Macdonald reading," she said.

"Some other time."


I walked into the Hunter College Book Store. The salesman, a young man with sensitive eyes, came up to me. "Can I help you?" he said.

"I'm looking for a special edition of Advertisements for Myself. I understand the author had several thousand gold-leaf copies printed up for friends."

"I'll have to check," he said. "We have a WATS line to Mailer's house."

I fixed him with a look. "Sherry sent me," I said.

"Oh, in that case, go on back." he said. He pressed a button. A wall of books opened, and I walked like a lamb into that bustling pleasure palace known as Flossie's. Red flocked wallpaper and a Victorian decor set the tone. Pale, nervous girls with black-rimmed glasses and blunt-cut hair lolled around on sofas, riffling Penguin Classics provocatively. A blonde with a big smile winked at me, nodded toward a room upstairs, and said, "Wallace Stevens, eh?" But it wasn't just intellectual experiences. They were peddling emotional ones, too. For fifty bucks, I learned, you could "relate without getting close." For a hundred, a girl would lend you her Bartok records, have dinner, and then let you watch while she had an anxiety attack. For one-fifty, you could listen to FM radio with twins. For three bills, you got the works: A thin Jewish brunette would pretend to pick you up at the Museum of Modern Art, let you read her master's, get you involved in a screaming quarrel at Elaine's over Freud's conception of women, and then fake a suicide of your choosing - the perfect evening, for some guys. Nice racket. Great town, New York.

"Like what you see?" a voice said behind me. I turned and suddenly found myself standing face to face with the business end of a .38. I'm a guy with a strong stomach, but this time it did a back flip. It was Flossie, all right. The voice was the same, but Flossie was a man. His face was hidden by a mask.

"You'll never believe this," he said, "but I don't even have a college degree. I was thrown out for low grades."

"Is that why you wear that mask?"

"I devised a complicated scheme to take over The New York Review of Books, but it meant I had to pass for Lionel Trilling. I went to Mexico for an operation. There's a doctor in Juarez who gives people Trilling's features - for a price. Something went wrong. I came out looking like Auden, with Mary McCarthy's voice. That's when I started working the other side of the law."

"Quickly, before he could tighten his finger on the trigger, I went into action. Heaving forward, I snapped my elbow across his jaw and grabbed the gun as he fell back. He hit the ground like a ton of bricks. He was still whimpering when the police showed up.

"Nice work, Kaiser," Sergeant Holmes said. "When we're through with this guy, the F.B.I. wants to have a talk with him. A little matter involving some gamblers and an annotated copy of Dante's Inferno. Take him away, boys." Later that night, I looked up an old account of mine named Gloria. She was blond. She had graduated cum laude. The difference was she majored in physical education. It felt good.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Cure for Insomnia

Finally found a cure for my inability to get to sleep at night...this textbook.

Picked it up so I could take a look at it before classes start.  This has got to be the most boring textbook I have ever read in my entire academic life, and I have seen a LOT of textbooks.  Forget melatonin, all you need is this book.  I don't know how I'm going to endure this course...five minutes with this book and I'm out like a light.

And then there's Volume 2!  For next term.  Guess this is going to be one of those "coffee maker on the desk" years. Canadian Lit sucks.  I can't wait until it's finished, and it hasn't even started yet. The only thought-provoking thing about Volume 2 is the cover.  Perhaps it's a form of compensation.

Would anyone care to explain why a horse is running up the tracks, toward an oncoming train?  Is it supposed to make a statement?  Is it supposed to represent some sort of contest between horse and train?  Animal versus Man?  Farmer versus Industry?  Colonial versus Modern?  I hope not...that would be so fucking pretentious.

I play Red Dead Red Redemption, and the result of Horse vs. Train is always a fine red mist. Here's a video someone else made...same result.

Nicole Kelly
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Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Going Back Soon!

Going to North Island College in the big deal, just the first half of Canadian Lit.  The Fall term is going to be pretty easy, I'll be at the College on Fridays from 8 a.m. - 11 a.m.

It gets interesting when the Winter term starts in January.  At that point, I'll be doing the second half of Canadian lit (same deal, Fridays 8 a.m. - 11 a.m.) at North Island, but I'll also be commuting to Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo, for the second half of English Lit (I took the first half ages ago). 

That is going to be a pain because I'll have to be in Nanaimo on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. (there was no 3 hour, once a week session, dammit).

What will the impact be?

1.  I'm going to need a new vehicle if I'm going to have to drive to Nanaimo twice a week starting in January...there is no way my car can handle that.  It doesn't even have heat.

2.  My mornings are really going to take a hit this winter, dammit I will have to actually wake up with some degree of consistency. I may even have to go to bed at a decent hour.

3.  Where does playing Final Fantasy XIV Online fit into all this?  It launches in September.  Final Fantasy XIV Online is serious business.  I already pre-ordered it.

Anyway, in better news I got the Canadian Lit textbook today, so I can get an early start.  Guess it's going to be study - work - study - work for a while.  

Oh, and since I'll be getting my degree from VIU, you can expect to see a great deal of "Vancouver Island University" clothing (not to mention having keychains, pens, notebooks, coffee mugs, travel mugs, etc.)  I plan to be a walking advertisement for that school, which shouldn't be too tough - "Vancouver Island University" will probably fit right across my ass without having to be abbreviated LOL!  OOOH, note to self:  get cute VIU sweatpants and a HUGE pink hoodie, yeah! blue! Not pink.

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage
Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Fun Weekend!

I took this picture.

and this one...a larger version of which is making for a pretty nice desktop background

As if the Filberg Festival wasn't fun enough, the fireworks were awesome!  And I used my little Sony Cybershot camera to make a video, and I put the video on YouTube!

So here it first YouTube video.  It's just a few minutes of the fireworks, not the whole thing, not the best quality, but HEY!  I made it.

Now I want a real movie camera.

Nicole Kelly
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Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Monday, August 2, 2010

Bye Bye Blondie

When I was a kid, I looked a lot like Heather O'Rourke (December 27, 1975 – February 1, 1988), who played Carol Anne in the Poltergeist film trilogy.  My hair was platinum blonde, very long, and perfectly straight, with bangs.  It attracted a lot of attention and my mother really liked that.

When I hit puberty, my hair began to darken.  My mother was alarmed...she set great store by my hair - she believed that blonde hair was prettier than brown, and she wanted me to keep the Nordic look.  So she took me to have my hair bleached, and continued to do so until I was a teenager.  When I left home, I kept up with the bleaching, highlights, etc. on my own.

My mother died in 2008, and ever since then I have occasionally wondered what colour my hair would have been had it been left alone.  I have never seen its natural colour.

So I went to a colourist to find out what colour it actually is.  She figured it out, and she has dyed my hair that colour.

As it turns out, it's a dark ash blonde, with some gold and a fair bit of red.  I like it.  I think I'll keep it.  Time to say goodbye and good riddance to the bleached blonde.

My mother was very silly about some things.  About the hair...wrong.  You can do whatever you want, but nothing beats going back to the roots and allowing them to show you who you really are.

Nicole Kelly
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Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Once Upon A Dream - Jekyll And Hyde 1987 Demo

Well...managed to get through "Candle on the Water" (although we're not done with it quite yet, grr). Now it's this one...much better

Nicole Kelly
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Sensuous Erotic Massage in Comox BC
Comox - Vancouver Island - British Columbia (BC)

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Wanna See Something Cool?

Tsolum river - I love swimming here.

Nicole Kelly

Nicole Kelly
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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Disney Sucks and So Does Helen Reddy

I'm taking voice lessons for the first time in ten years. It's going okay, but today I was asked to learn "Candle on the Water" from "Pete's Dragon".

Well, I have learned the song, but it's really dumb.

This reminds me of something that happened when I was about six. I did this show or film or something. I was supposed to go down the slide in the playground and the director told me to say "Wheeee!" on the way down. I told him that kids don't say things like that. It's dumb. Go to any playground, you will not hear a single kid going "Wheee!" I refused, and a battle ensued. I won. So if you are ever watching tv and see a kid in a light blue coat, with long, white-blonde hair, going silently down a slide, that's me. On the advice of my mom, I made sure my face was showing clearly so they couldn't dub anything in later. I think they used fruity music instead.

Speaking of fruity music, I'm doing the song a week from today and you can bet that will be the last time I sing it. I'm meeting with another vocal coach sometime this week, so then I'll have two. That's gonna be fun...I heard the other one is sort of rock n rolly.

Oh yeah, and I have to get a digital recording device too. o teh laffs just keep on comin!

Nicole Kelly
Comox Valley Massage

Monday, July 19, 2010


My life goal is to acquire and live in a big, luxurious RV.

I never imagined anything like this. Germany...of course.

Nicole Kelly ~ Comox Valley Massage

Saturday, July 17, 2010

"A Winter's Day" - Steve Hanks

I have been asked a few times about this print.  It is called "A Winter's Day", by California artist Steve Hanks.  Click here to view his work.

Here is another one that I like very much.  This is "Blending into Shadows and Sheets"

Friday, July 16, 2010

Why Yes...As a Matter of Fact, it IS Lindsay Lohan Dressed as a Nun and Licking a Gun.

I just saw Nancy Grace throw an absolute fit over this picture. It was very lulzy..."What is that? Elizabeth, can you explain what that's doing up there...take it down!" She bitched so much that I just had to look up this extraordinary photograph and find out the story behind it.

If you remember Grindhouse: Planet Terror (Robert Rodriguez) and Death Proof (Quentin Tarantino), there was a sort of spoof trailer for a movie called "Machete". I remember seeing it and thinking, I wish Rodriguez would make that movie.

Well, wishes do come true sometimes. "Machete" is happening and starring Danny Trejo. The photo is by Tyler Shields. It is Lindsay Lohan as one of the film's characters.

That photo is provocative. Therein lies the appeal, I think.

Frankly, I found Nancy Grace's reaction to the photo much more disturbing than the photo itself.

Nicole Kelly, Comox Valley Massage,

Thursday, July 15, 2010

New Additions to Site and Rethinking Things...

New Frequently Asked Questions page so bring on the questions but you'll have to ask me in person so I don't have to deal with rude e-mails. I have a feeling that some big changes need to be made...maybe you guys can help me out with that. ~Nicole Kelly Comox Valley Massage

Tuesday, July 13, 2010


Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson swears on mike by accident. Oh my GOD!!! End of the world!

Why? Because a bunch of people annoyed him, not wanting a housing committee in their area (translation: not wanting renters in their area). Whining elitists annoy me too, I'd have sworn too...just nowhere in the vicinity of a microphone, whether I thought it was off or not. I mean, he's trying to put an end to the homelessness in Vancouver, and for that you need rental housing, and something's gotta run that. Like a committee. Who complains about a housing committee? That's what he wanted to know. He wanted to know who "these fucking hacks" were and was told that they were all property owners, basically. Then everyone laughed about how the whiners weren't going to change anything. Someone said that basically what the speakers wanted was "democracy cubed".

Now that is intriguing! Much more interesting than the F-bombs, anyone can say that...but "democracy cubed"? WTF is that? I assume it means "democracy to the 3rd degree" (rather than the nth degree, which seems to have gone out of style and was constantly being confused with the 10th degree). So democracy cubed...I guess it's democracy in volume. Three-dimensional democracy. I want to know what democracy cubed would look like. I can see how it could be a somewhat unrealistic expectation. Addressing council does not mean that you have a vote. The Mayor reminded them of that. It was like "You're involved...but we're voting on this..." [vote] PASSED.

They all seemed highly amused by the "democracy cubed" remark and laughed about it as though it was an inside joke or something that only politicians would know about...kind of like doctors with that "There's a vas deferens" joke. So let's check that out...

Aha! As it turns out, the democracy cube actually exists. It's called "Fung's Democracy Cube". This explains everything:

Varieties of Participation in Complex Governance
Archon Fung
Associate Professor of Public Policy
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

So the people running the city know about stuff like this, eh? Politics, governance, that sort of thing? That inspires confidence, but sheesh...they need to learn to be more careful around microphones.

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Off Sunday

Taking the day off today, will be back tomorrow (Monday). Gonna head to the river for a bit and then check out more vendors.

Know what's interesting about the vendors? Many, many of them are selling at least partly on the basis of this "no cruelty" concept. I have here a hat that was not made by slaves...chocolate that was not made by exploited cacao bean picking children...cruelty-free stuff, slavery-free stuff everywhere. I had no idea that so many of the products we consume come from cruel, enslaving situations. I mean, I'm looking around the room right now...was my face cream tested on bunnies? Was it made from bunnies? Who picked the fruit that's in that basket? Were they migrant workers earning a dollar a day? How am I supposed to know? And if someone said that things were a certain way, how would I know otherwise? And why am I buying chocolate just because I was told that nobody was forced to pick the beans? I mean, if I wanted to have a problem with that kind of thing, I'd stop shopping at Wal-Mart because if that isn't an oppressive, exploitative scam outfit, nothing is.

You know, I'm just thinking...there was a time a long time ago when I really didn't have much of a choice as far as, erm....selling certain things went and life was nothing if not cruel. Maybe since things are different now, I could market my massages as "cruelty free" and/or "slavery free", since nobody's forcing me to do them LOL!

I'm tired of thinking about this "social consciousness vs. marketing ploy" issue. I'm taking my poor, aching feet to the river. They have definitely seen some cruel treatment lately. I'll be back tomorrow if you'd like to schedule a slavery-free massage.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Roberta Flack Was AWESOME!!!

I took this picture, even though it pissed her off.  Sheesh, Roberta, lighten up!

And Honey Larochelle blew everyone away with "No Woman No Cry".

Calypso Rose was pretty entertaining too...sheesh, these women are something else. Calypso Rose is 70. Roberta Flack is 73, and they were incredible. If I look and/or sound half that good at that age, I'll consider myself lucky.

Unlike Miz Roberta, Calypso Rose (from Tobago) poses for photos.  Got a few good ones of her and an autographed CD for my ex-husband, who is from Trinidad and who, I'm sure, ADORES Calypso Rose.

W00T! Roberta Flack!

I'm going to music fest today (Friday). Not for very long, mind you...just popping out to get a day pass and will return in the evening to see Roberta Flack. No way I'm missing Roberta Flack...I think she's one of the most talented people on this planet. I'm going to make a short day of it today, maybe work 10 - 5 and then knock off so I have time to get ready.

Click photo or this link for MusicFest Info

Edit: ended up getting a weekend pass...

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Happy Happy Joy Joy

Happy happy joy!

I finally got curtains for The Room! I know that doesn't sound like a big deal, but it took a long time to find them (needed right color, pattern, texture and light blockage) and they were expensive. Put them up today, and moved the air conditioner in too. Between the AC and the curtains, the room is dimmer than it was, and so cool, it's lovely, and just in time too 'cause it's hot hot hot and the AC just crapped out in my car. Guess I'll be home a lot for the rest of the summer. In fact, I'll be in The Room a lot, because now I don't have the AC in the rest of the condo anymore. Be prepared...I predict that certain things are going to show up in that room before handheld video games...books...the occasional soda can...eventually, I suppose, a new TV and my PS3 LOL

I'm screening calls...seriously, it's just too hot to deal with any bullshit. There are drunks all over the place this week because of the long weekend and MusicFest, so anyone who calls is going to have to leave a message.

Sunscreen, everyone...high SPF! I'm seeing burns on some of my clients, and my burn relief gel can only do so much :( Be careful, k guys? ok!

Monday, July 5, 2010

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Restaurant Recommendation

If you love good BBQ but don't want to deal with the hassle, you've got to check out Fat Bonos Ribs in Royston. Excellent smoked BBQ ribs and chicken, southern sides (including cornbread, yes!), coffee all the way from the Big Easy.

Click Here to Check Out the Menu

Note: Don't be alarmed by the pink colour of the's just from the's fully cooked.

I've got to get some sleep. It's going to be a busy weekend, yesterday (Friday) was insane...there are redirects to the main site in both newspapers now. Make sure you leave a message if you get voicemail, don't keep calling over and over because you're not going to catch me between sessions.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Happy Canada Day!

I'm not sure what I'm going to do with the day, but I'm not working! LOL. Will check out the parade, listen to local radio for a change, drive around and bitch about places that are closed...maybe grab a friend and head to Lewis Park. Depends on the weather too, I guess.

The HST thing sucks. It's not going to change my rates, though.

Monday, June 28, 2010

SO Glad to be Back

I missed so many calls! Dammit.

I'm exhausted and so glad to be back. Long drives just kill me. Will be in much better shape tomorrow (Tuesday).

Off to take a long, hot bath, take it easy and get some sleep.

I'm not going to Tofino, I blew my Tofino money on that stupid Sointula trip. The water in Tofino is freezing anyway. I'm saving up to go somewhere nice and warm this winter...Hawaii, Fiji or Australia. Think it's going to end up being Bora Bora Pearl Beach. I don't think I've ever seen any place that appeals to me quite so much.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Out of Town This Weekend

^^^ Sointula ^^^

Have you seen "Shutter Island"?

I am never returning to Sointula.

Will be back at work Monday at 10 a.m.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Main Site is Live

Got the site sketched out and online last's looking ok so far but still a lot of work to do with it. Check it out at

Having a problem with the way the colors display in Chrome, and too tired to figure it out, or to do the CSS page. Later...later

edit: got the Chrome compatibility issue fixed but had to switch the site to boring IS easier to read now but I was trying to match colours with the kimono and ended up with sort of a Miami Vice theme. Could be worse, Miami Vice wasn't that bad. Anyway, will try CSS tomorrow and see if it works...if not, the Miami Vice colours are staying. Gotta do meta tags tomorrow too. Sheesh, it never ends.

Surprising amount of traffic...if anyone has any for the site, please comment on this post (posts are moderated so no comments like "delete that train wreck" LOL)

Monday, June 21, 2010

Happy First Day of Summer!

Happy First Day of Summer, everyone! I have good news. My Spring Massage Special has been going very well but I have been too busy to see everyone, so I have decided that the special should be extended. Since Spring has ended, I guess it's the Summer Special now!!! Will also have to start advance booking...short notice is not working out for those who are coming from out of town.

Check the web site and if you'd like to get in touch, feel free!

250-339-4104 Comox Valley Massage - Nicole Welcomes You!

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Nicole Kelly

Comox Valley Massage