Even knowing escape is impossible, one can't help grasping at any chance to get away.
From the Sarah Saga Sarah came home to find Brian seated on the sofa, already in spanking position. “You think you’re clever do you?” he asked, hefting the copy book she had left for him. His half-smirk told her that, despite his words, he appreciated the humour in her essay. After all the … Continue reading Leading and Learning: Closer to the Edge
Clearly nervous, though I have to wonder if it is from the lack of skirt or the thought of what is yet to come?
I’ve found that involvement in the local spanking community has been very beneficial. I am more confident, more relaxed, and, perhaps most important, have more opportunities to be creative. For example, when a teacher (and I use this term very loosely indeed) asks me to “Name the ten commandments,” and I see this as a … Continue reading Opportunities to Shine
On second thought, perhaps just staring into a corner is't so torturous after all. Even the second round of spanking doesn't sound so terrible. . .
I remember reading somewhere that most blogs tend to go inactive within three years. Glad to have beaten those odds, though progress has been shaky at times. That said, this last year has been particularly special. I’ve thrown myself into the local scene, and am having a blast- and plenty of spankings. As this … Continue reading 3
From the Sarah Saga The next morning, Sarah awoke to a quiet shuffling sound. She rolled over, the neighbours must be at again. . . The shuffling repeated again, accompanied by the closing of a door. Brian! She awoke with a start. She had nearly forgotten her guest in her sleepiness. It was odd … Continue reading Leading and Learning: Hide and Seek