The games I learned to play

I don’t think any of us can say that they have never played games. As children…

No family heirloom, but… those rings…

I haven’t grown up with the idea that as the firstborn I will inherit the family…

You take my self control

Sometimes, in some situations, I wish I could just let go; to show my true and…

Vignettes of some missed connections

Only as alone as I want to bePassing all the people standing on the streetThe fallen…

Socialize on social media

I struggleI juggleI could just throw a line to youBut I should let sleeping dogs lie…

Simply The Best

Back in 2016, I wrote this story called ‘Simply The Best’ and where this might seem…

Memories frozen in time

In a recent post I mentioned how doing research for a family tree has sparked some…

Showing herself… aka as showing myself

I originally posted ‘Showing herself’ on 30 November 2010, which was actually the beginning days of…

Always trust your gut

Always, always trust your gut. If you feel something is wrong, that’s because it usually is.…

Out cold…

It’s funny how you sometimes just can’t think of anything else, no matter how hard you…

I don’t believe in fate, and then again I do…

I know, the title is a bit confusing… do I believe in fate or not? I…

Some doors closed during lockdown

Mid March — on the sixteenth to be specific — we went into lockdown. Now the…

Three languages… a Babylonian confusion?

When MLSlavePuppet suggested this prompt, the first thing that sprang to mind is that I am…

She wanted to be set free

Content note: death, grief, passing of a loved one. Every year on the fourth of July,…

Second half of 2019

As stated back in May, I want to share my ‘normal’ images more frequently. The plan…

Surrender to the feeling

In December 2019, I wrote how I have started using hormone replacement therapy again. For some…

Make your own magic

Life is filled with magic, if only you care to look around you. Magic doesn’t always…

Defender ISFJ-T: Strengths and Weaknesses

Love only grows by sharing. You can only have more for yourself by giving it away…

Pinching Promises

At the height of our D/s between 2011 and 2016, maybe half of our sessions ended…

The Grammar of Science

Statistics is the grammar of science.~ Karl Pearson Now, for those who know me a bit…

Just One Finger

Faint light streams in from under the blinds when she opens her eyes. She’s wide awake,…

No Consent: Anger

This is the rework of a self-published auto-biographical story (2008), rewritten for this blog. Names of…

Spring has sprung

I have been thinking. Spring has sprung, and for the past weeks Master T has seen…

Lock-down Logs

Sunday, 16 March 2020. Sat on the couch in the Holiday Inn in Camden, I kept…

Giving & Gazing

Sometimes as we sit here downstairs, Master T reading his paper and me typing away on…

Adapt & Adore

For those who have been following along, you will know that over the past years we…

Never stop hugging

I know it seems strange that the prompt for Wicked Wednesday is ‘hugging’ in a time…

Perseverance… a wee history

Sixteen years old. Pregnant. Not by accident, but the moment I heard that I was pregnant,…

#LCHF 21: Two months in

Continued from… #LCHF 20: Finally! Since the prompt for Wicked Wednesday this week is curves, I…

Don’t stop believin’

For the past three and a half years Master T has been struggling with his health.…

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