I've had a lot of time to think, lately. I've had a lot of cause.Recently, I opened my heart to the idea of a submissive male joining our family.Hubby originally brought up the idea more than a year ago, but at the time I wasn't ready. I was recovering from the break-up of a two-year relationship, t . . . (More)
I started writing this a while ago, when someone asked me a seemingly simple question. I've put a lot of thought into it. I'm posting it now, because I finally think it is finished. The question was:Is there one thing that quickly takes you beyond the normal boundaries of yourself? Beyond the . . . (More)
"I wanted to have something to say for this, but I changed my mind. You know what this means."
We're seated on the floor, in front of the fire.
"I don't want you to change. I want you just as you are. I want you as mine."
He places the strip of silver around my neck, and closes it.
"In ever . . . (More)
Do not speak unless spoken to.Do not move without permission.If you must speak, or move, raise your hand for acknowledgement first.
These rules, while not practical for daily use -- what, with a child and jobs to attend to, along with friends, errands, chores, and other activities -- speak to my co . . . (More)
The first D/s relationship that I was involved in was not officially called such. The level of respect and control was there, but the names were not. I gave to him. He was a liar, a fake, and totally unreliable.
The second was with a man who couldn't respect himself, much less me. Another liar. He . . . (More)
"Are you my slave?" He asked.
"No," I replied without thinking.
And that, I tried to explain, is exactly why I said no. Because I will simply tell him No to such things, without consulting anyone. Because I'm feisty, and rebellious, and there's not a damn thing that I will ever do simply because h . . . (More)
You: I think I'm gonna do this, so that you can have alone time.
Me: I don't really need alone time. I'd rather you stay with me.
You: Well, I already told (other person) that I was going to.
I know you don't like to cancel things. So why say 'I think' when what you really mean is 'I am?' Why pre . . . (More)
How do I even begin to explain how much that means to me? Or the difference between what we will have, and a 'play' collar.
I will start by saying that it is the same one I asked for long ago. Same man. Same piece of metal. Wide, silver, a pretty pattern, and screws at the back that make . . . (More)