Fab Friday Boobday

This is your Friday reminder that You Are Fab When I found this little painted stone over the Easter weekend I couldn't help but rehide  it. Now that you've found it I guess I'll have to pop it somewhere different. Have a look at what others are up to to celebrate Boobday. Fab Friday Boobday was first... Continue Reading →

T is for Traces

Sometimes I am knocked for six. It doesn't happen very often but occasionally my mind is completely blown. This week saw just one such situation. My mind and body flowing over the edge repeatedly in the hands of a friend. Dressing today I noticed the remnants of passion. Traces of his fingers framed by my... Continue Reading →

Queen of the hill

On a windy day in March I met a new photographer for a test shoot. He had one idea to try and I have my Tits out tor bagging campaign to add to so we met on Hound Tor. Between the dog walkers and school children we managed to get a few shots. I love... Continue Reading →

L is for Lighthouse

Don't forget that maybe you are the lighthouse in someone else's storm. This week's boobday also ticks off another location for the scavenger hunt, and falls nicely with the letter L for Aprils A to Z blogging challenge. L is for Lighthouse was first published on A Leap of Faith.

Eroticon 2019: My Ten things

From one thing, know ten thousand things. Ok, so Eroticon is my one thing, and my brain has been filled with ten thousand other things. When I found this quote for my title I initially intended it as a tongue in cheek reference to how full my brain is following the conference. However, in an effort to narrow it down to the top ten things I learnt, it has become clear that I wasn't far off. No matter, I shall break it down as best I can.

Nothing beats a great smile.

Recent explorations found me wearing a big smile at a busy spot, which was unusually quiet. Though it was one of the scavenger hunt locations which seems like it should be so easy I keep seeing graffiti at the wrong time. . Either I'm with my children, there are too many people about or I... Continue Reading →

A map, it is said, organises wonder.

It's Friday and I've just arrived in London for eroticon. Rather than get myself removed form the capital before the fun starts I thought I'd share an image from closer to home. I found myself perfectly attired to take advantage of a public map for the scavenger hunton a very public footpath... What's a girl... Continue Reading →

Setting Fire to #Boobday

I had a visit this week from the lovely Dr Lovelace for dinner, a catch up and some fire play. As seems to be tradition for us we both ended up topless, this time setting fire to things in my courtyard. With the sad news of Keith Flints death on Monday it seemed a fitting tribute to... Continue Reading →

Don’t forget to play #Boobday

Play and mischief takes many forms for me. For #Boobday this week I have found this picture on my computer from last may, a planned moment of exhibitionist madness. A play park during the day, the school day I should add! It also makes a nice addition to my Scavenger Hunt collection. Don't forget to play #Boobday was first... Continue Reading →

In a pinch for #Boobday.

Sometimes I need to pinch myself when I see how far I have come. It has been a difficult journey for me to learn to love the whole me. As I have documented on here often enough I struggled with my breasts for a long time. This picture, taken in a recent shoot with the... Continue Reading →

#Boobday Transmission.

It was cold, wet and windy, a foggy December evening on dartmoor. Under the frame of the transmission tower that tops North hessary tor I asked my Dartmoor loving friend to help me add to my Tits Out Tor Bagging Collection. As always, he was happy to oblige. Once I dressed he decided it would... Continue Reading →

Your library is your paradise

A pre-Christmas trip to the library reminded me of this picture. With a moment's peace I flicked through the albums of my phone to share for this weeks #Boobday and my first Scavenger hunt entry in a long time. This goes back to much earlier in the year, and a task. I had planned to... Continue Reading →

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