Love, Affection and Sex

After concentrating on February Photofest last month, I am now back to participate in Food for Thought Friday again. They have been absent for quite some time and I cannot tell you how happy I was when they returned. I cannot promise that I will join in every week, but when I have something to ... continue reading

Love & Marriage

The first time I got married in 1987, I married for love. Or so I thought. I was eighteen when I met him, twenty when I married him and twenty-two when I divorced him. I really believed that I loved him and that he loved me, but eventually I realized that he manipulated me. He ... continue reading


After dedicating February Photofest 2017 to the history of my seven years of blogging, I decided to do the A-Z Blogging Challenge 2017 in a similar way. Similar, not the same. J’taime… French for… … I love you … Ik hou van je (Dutch) … Ek is lief vir jou (Afrikaans) … Te amo (Spanish) ... continue reading

Our Kind Of Monogamy

In recent weeks, even months, I have seen several discussions on social media about monogamy, as well as several articles in the media on the same subject. Reading the words of others, it made me think of our relationship, that of Master T and myself. How should we describe our relationship? Before I share my ... continue reading

Happy New Year 2014

  There is one song that is associated with leaving the old year and starting a new one, that always brings tears to my eyes: Should auld acquaintance be forgot And never brought to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot And auld lang syne! For auld lang syne, my dear, For auld lang syne. We’ll ... continue reading

Celebrating love

Copied from The Huffington Post: Valentine’s day isn’t all about roses, candy, and expensive dinners. It has a historical background too. Contrary to what some may believe, Valentine’s Day wasn’t created by greetings card companies just to sell cards and candies. It’s actually a church sanctioned holiday, as Pope Gelasius deemed February 14 St. Valentine’s ... continue reading

Different kinds of submissives

Months ago, when this idea popped into my head, I made a note about wanting to write about the different kinds of subs out there. Two years into this lifestyle, which also means two years into reading blogs and tweets of other submissives, have me amazed at the different kinds of people we are. There’s ... continue reading