With thanks to Paolo of Wholebean and I Sarah and Mark's Story began here Sarah gave the draft e-mail one last read, her mouse hovering over the send button. It had taken forever to craft, and it was worth a few more moments to make sure it was appropriate- or at least as appropriate as it … Continue reading Much to Learn: Side Note
Does this qualify as "standing against the wall?"
Auto-complete is a wonderful thing, assuming, of course that either 1) you have nothing to hide or 2) you are vigilant about deleting or otherwise obscuring your search history. A quick exercise on my laptop in which I let my browser pull up whatever it thought of first for each letter (displayed below for your … Continue reading The Alphabet, According to my Laptop
Doesn't look like she has quite the right gear to me. Nor does the position seem correct. Whatever should one do about such deficiencies?
For those about to give up hope. S/he’s out there. Keep looking. The fifty-shaders were beginning to wear on his nerves. Sure, he had to admit that the books had driven some genuinely submissive individuals out of the woodwork, but he wondered whether it was worth it, considering what else had been dredged up in … Continue reading When Least Expected
Shudder the thought- the disciplinarian looking back through his records as the penitent trembles before him. What will he find? How many past indiscretions will be listed, proving that this is not an isolated incident as she claims? But I would think it would be more appropriate it he just relied on his own memory. … Continue reading Statute of Limitations
With thanks to Paolo of Wholebean and I Sarah and Mark's Story began here Sarah snuggled closer to Mark on the couch, all too aware that the minutes were ticking away, the hour when he would need to return her to the real world drawing ever closer. She leaned into him, a gesture that both let … Continue reading Much to Learn: A Walk in the Park
I wonder if she knew how he would hold on when that particular desire was expressed.
Forgiveness- it's a tricky one, isn't it? I think it's one of the reasons I'm drawn to this spanking thing; it's practice in forgiveness. We can start with the little things- the things that he doesn't really care about (more just excuses to spank than actual crimes), then we can move up to the things … Continue reading Forgiveness
We may not always see eye-to-eye, but that's not always important.