Pink Ribbon Awareness

Back in 2011 I had not found my writing voice yet and I was still writing about myself in the third person, calling myself… what else… Rebel. This was also the year in which Master T and I made our D/s commitment, at the end of January 2011. Many of my posts in that year, especially in February, was about this new layer in our relationship.

On this day in 2011…
… I showed the world what was on my mind by posting several images about rope bondage. Back then I didn’t know how important it was to credit the source of the images.

On this day in 2012…
… I posted the fourth post about my ‘ass training‘ where I had to wear my plug every day to train my ass to be used, to be penetrated. My training stopped then, because Master T has always and always will place my health before anything.

On this day in 2014…
… I posted a macro image of my nipple, adorned with some pink ribbon. I really love images of my breasts and love my nipples!

On this day in 2015…
… I posted an image I still adore. I’m wearing a G-string in the image, but pulling it aside to show and touch my pussy. I believe this image was made back in the days when I weighed very little and when I look back at images of my face of back then, I don’t like them at all. I was just too thin.

On this day in 2016…
… I posted a Scavenger hunt image. This image was made on a night where we walked around the pier and managed to capture 14 different notches for the Scavenger hunt!

I have taken the image from 2014 and added a high key filter to it, which resulted in the image below. Back then when Master T took images from the camera and converted them to jpeg images, some of the quality of the original photo was lost. You can see that in the left top corner of the image, but I still love this edit!

pink ribbon
The delicate pink of the ribbon against my soft skin…

This pink ribbon also reminds me of the pink ribbon logo for breast cancer awareness. Since I turn 50 this month, this is also the year in which I will receive my first invitation for a mammogram, which is organized by the government. From now on I will get an invitation to have my breast checked every two years, and I think that’s a damn good thing.

© Rebel’s Notes

6 thoughts on “Pink Ribbon Awareness

  1. I really like the journey you’ve shared with us here, and all those wonderful highlights from your blog over the years! Great work 🙂

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