Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Impact play

Here's another sign that spanking is becoming more mainstream. Here's a story from the Huffington Post on what it calls "impact play.'' As spanking becomes more mainstream, maybe spankos will start talking to their vanilla friends about how much they like getting spanked.
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Thursday, January 28, 2016


I know texting seems to be more popular these days than talking on the phone. I can see texting for short message but to me it seems much easier to talk on the phone than to have a long texting conversation.
Anyway, here's a story in the New York Times about a woman who kept getting texts from a guy, who not only didn't call but didn't ask her out.

So what are your thoughts on texting vs. talking on the phone.


Sunday, January 24, 2016


I think it is interesting that TTWD is creeping into the mainstream media, a sign that our lifestyle is becoming more accepted. For example, Showtime has a new show called "Billions'' about a U.S. attorney pursuing a hedge fund manager for insider training. The first scene on the first show is the attorney tied up on the floor while his wife steps on him with her high heels and then puts a cigarette out on his chest. And then at the end of the first show they are hugging and she again puts her shoe on his chest. The scenes are very short but a sign that we may be coming out of the shadows a bit.


Sunday, January 17, 2016

Real life

I wish I could write about all the exciting times we had this weekend. But, alas, my car broke down on the way to the airport Friday night and had to cancel the trip. What a letdown. I rescheduled for two weeks from now but it was such a bummer to be all ready for a trip and then have it scuttled.
We spent a lot of time on the phone this weekend and watched the first episode of the last season of Downton Abbey. I notice I spelled it Downtown in a previous post. Anyway, thought the plot line when Mrs. Hughes was worried that Mr. Carson wouldn't approve of her body when they had sex so she sent the cook to ask him if he wanted a "full marriage'' or just live together like brother and sister because she was too shy to bring it up herself. Those were different times.
We also did some play time on the phone last night. No shyness here.
My good girl also has some real life work issues in her life and she worries about them too much. I keep telling her not to worry that she has her Sir to be there for her and she should just think about serving him and pleasing him and everything else will take care of itself. I don't know if my obvious logic made much headway but I hate to see her worrying although it's a plus she shares her concerns.
Anyway, just wanted you to know that sometimes real life interferes with our best laid plans.


Thursday, January 14, 2016

The island will have to wait

We were surprised that my two tickets and the three my good girl bought were all losers in the lottery. So we won't be getting that island any time soon. And we won't be starting that foundation she talked about to help good causes. It was nice to dream even if the odds are close to 300 million to one. 
The good news is that I'll be visiting Friday night. Have my scuba gear all packed so I'll be ready to dive in -- after lots of foreplay, of course. Oh, I love diving in. Spoiler alert. I think she loves when I do it.


Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Downtown Abbey

Do any of the bloggers across the pond watch Downtown Abbey? I just read that the show ended on Christmas Day in England while in America, they've just shown the first two episodes of the final season. They end it in 1925. I wish they would have gone to the start of WWI. I find the show fascinating as a time and a place that is gone forever. The rich in the U.S. these days are probably richer than the aristocracy was in Britain and live in huge mansions but don't live in the formal style they did then. Even the servants were kind of snobs in their own right.
Anyway, I find it interesting that they waited to show it in the U.S. until after it was shown in Britain.


Bought two lottery tickets today.

I can't remember the last time I bought a lottery ticket. But with the payout at a billion dollars and no line at the gas station-convenience store, I couldn't resist a $4 "investment'' or probably a waste of money.
The good girl and I were discussing lump sum payment vs. annual payout. She said lump sum payment as most people do. But I read that for tax purposes the annual payout is a better option. By the way, I think if you get all but one number, you get a million. Hey, I'm not greedy. I'll take the million.
Instead of picking numbers, I took the ones the machine spit out.
And now I wait to see if there's a winner.