This week Food For Thought Friday has asked us to think about Landmark in our lifes. What, if any, have been your particular landmarks, either in relation to your blog or your wider life? Do you have any future goals/landmarks you want to achieve? What are they? I have been very quiet this month for... Continue Reading →
Late last spring I was fitted for a bra for the first time since my teens. As soon as I knew I had a size I quickly fell in love with lingerie and soon acquired a variety of lovely underwear. The black bra I'm wearing in this picture is the first purchase, the one I made off... Continue Reading →
Friable: (adj.) easily broken into pieces or reduced to nothing. When I was 14 I had a grumbling appendix. The doctors wouldn't remove it because they didn't see it as an emergency, but they wouldn't let me do sports, just in case I sustained a blow and became an urgent case. While I waited for... Continue Reading →
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.
It is funny how life experience changes us. During my marriage I was made to feel like I couldn't do or achieve anything without having P hold my hand. I now see that for what it was: him holding me back for fear that I would gain confidence and leave. For about a year after... Continue Reading →
Complete each sentence with an anecdote of sexual adventure or misadventure: 1. The first time I . . . ...had sex in a car was with my first boyfriend. It was in his mums car, a white nissan almera estate. The romance doesn't stop here. We were pulled up in a layby, and the seats... Continue Reading →
1. Do you like where you live or do you wish you could move? I love where I live! There are things about the property that I am working on, but all homes have compromises. It is the area that I am in love with. When I find myself thinking how lucky I am to... Continue Reading →
It is time to fill in the blanks. I am hesitant to set my intentions for a new year, but this seems far enough away from the bells to not be resolutions so I'm going to fill in the blanks that TMI Tuesday Blog has left for me. 1. I want to repeat _____ .... Continue Reading →
It's that time of the week when I can share my breasts for #Boobday. What better way to showcase my treasures than at a National trust property? There is nothing better than getting out and about, exploring what the South West has to offer. Especially when I have friends full of mischief in tow to... Continue Reading →
This weeks Food for thought Friday prompt has struck a chord with me. After such a wonderful birthday last week, full of kinky goodness and family time, I have been pondering what else I am grateful for. The UK may not celebrate Thanksgiving but it certainly doesn't hurt to think about the question posed this... Continue Reading →
Writing is a wonderful way of processing my memories. Sorting them out like strands of spaghetti. And the more wonderfully wicked experiences I enjoy, the longer my writing list seems to become. Hey-ho, it's a hard life.
Basking in the light and glory that comes with not giving a damn. Alice Oseman. Retreating into myself last week the last thing I wanted to do was socialise. But I'd arranged to go to dartmoor for some more rope and photos with my friend who took this one, among other pictures. I've yet to... Continue Reading →
My first weekend without my boys since I had upped sticks and moved down country, and I was faced with an empty home and an empty heart. Something had to change. At that exact moment I didn't know what, but something, anything, had to happen to lift me out of this funk. I was sitting on the... Continue Reading →
Snuggled up with our teddy bears My good friend Dr Lovelace and I had a girls night out with a difference when we visited the Dark Lion. Check out what everyone else is up to Snuggled...sinfully was first published on A Leap of Faith.
I know I have mentioned my expanding friendship group ad nauseum, but they are a wonderful group. Chatting about this blog while exploring Dartmoor for some rope photos I told him about the scavenger hunt. He has a sense of mischief to rival my own, and we laughed heartily as he loosely tied me to... Continue Reading →