I've been in the mood for more personal posts lately, so when I saw this floating around on Succulent Savage and collaredmichael's pages, I thought I'd participate while adding in more personal details about myself.•Been Married - I've been married my entire adult life. I've only actually been legally single for a few months.•Been divorced … Continue reading A list about me
This last year has been an eye-opener opener for me in so many ways. I'm not speaking to politics, or the pandemic, or the ongoing social crises we have been in. Though, all of those things are part of my life, as they are everyone else's too, and have influenced me. My current reflection and … Continue reading The gift of a year
The next two topics given by 30 Days are probably the reason I haven't been moving forward in completing these topics; topic 25) When a D/s Relationship ends, and topic 26) Is 24/7 Right for You?. I do have good reasons though, ... sort of. My first excuse is that neither are experiences I have … Continue reading Two Topics I don’t Want to Write About
Master and I recently had a really great goal-setting discussion. Actually, we've had a lot of really great discussions lately. Not only that, but our D/s has been growing exponentially in many ways, leaving me feeling really well cared for and important to him. A good dose of humiliation and submissiveness does a little minnie … Continue reading In a World Where D/s is the Goal…
I think a D/s relationship, especially a 24/7 D/s relationship requires an unusually high level of trust. Higher then most relationships, higher then a standard vanilla relationship. It also fosters and grows a heightened level of trust, making the need and feeding of trust cyclic. I think a great deal of that trust building comes … Continue reading Trust is a five-letter word.
This topic for 30 Days of D/s is about communication. Communication was always a strong point for us, before D/s became part of our dynamic. But like everything else in our relationship, it has become that much stronger and more important in D/s. We have created several protocols and routines that enforce our need to … Continue reading Squeakity, Squeak, Squeak, Squeakers.
I've been meandering around this idea. Conflict has to be dealt with in a relationship; vanilla or D/s. It is a natural part of any relationship, and the strategies a coping mechanisms you use evolve naturally as you and your relationship evolves. We certainly don't fight now like we did when we were 20 - … Continue reading Can conflict build the backbone of your D/s?
Crying has become something new to me. Once upon a time, crying meant I was a victim. This is the typical crying you've all heard about; the you-hurt-my-feelings-and-now-I’m-upset crying. Sometimes there's angry crying, which comes from the same place - a wrong done to you that must be rectified. This is crying that everyone goes … Continue reading This is what it sounds like, when a sub cries!