Jangling Nerves In The Big Smoke.

Jangling nerves in the big smoke header shows me exposing my breasts in a microbrewery in London.

Well, what a week I’m having! First, I filled my diary with scary fun things. Then I found 26 hours in last Thursday. And, for about half of one of those hours I managed to tuck myself away with a cup of tea to calm my jangling nerves.

Actually, the tea was for rehydration. When my nerves are jangling like they were last Thursday there really only is one option.

Get my boobs out!

(I don’t want to ruin any surprises but this wasn’t the only attempt I made at calming myself!)

My tea spot was actually in a microbrewery in London. And the excitingly terrifying project I made the journey for was, perhaps selfishly, a way to steady the jingle jangling of my already stretched nerves ahead of another, even bigger adventure.

I’ll be quiet this week, due to being away-away with my boys.

The fear I had around the airport… I can’t quite say phobic, but I do get weepy when I’ve overcome massive hurdles and, yup… Sitting at the gate they did their leaky thing.

Not wanting to scare my smalls before their first flight I hid in my phone, as I’m sure we all do at times. There I noticed a perfectly timed email. Last Thursday’s project has shown itself to be a success. At least the first stage has been. Much like the first stage of our travels.

What I find funny is that in order to make it through a hard task (self set or otherwise), I find it best to ease the pressure on my nerves by slowly increasing the jangling. Start small by exposing my boobs, move up to an intense project, and then – bam – leave the country!

They say things come in threes, so maybe I can catch my breath before lining up the next set of scary things. Give my nerves the opportunity to rest before getting them all riled up again!

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February Photo Fest 2023

Thank you for joining me for February PhotoFest 2023. This is my fourth time joining the month long celebration of erotic and sensual photography. If you’re enjoying it please do go and check out the previous years: 2019 was an incomplete month. I skipped 2020 due to not blogging at the time but 2021 was a joy to plan and complete, in spite of lockdowns. 2022 was a little more relaxed behind the scenes, but jam packed with pictures and memories I love.

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