Sunday, August 31, 2014

Silopanna 2012: Kissing in the Rain

My friend got last minute tickets to the Sillopanna music festival and asked me and my other good friend if we wanted to go. I had never heard of it, but being a music freak, the opportunity to attend an all-day, outdoor, summer music festival is something I would rarely say no to. It was pretty hot, but it was in this really neat open area. Food trucks provided some great food and there were a lot of different varieties of things to drink if you wandered around enough.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Throwback Thursday #2: Attitude

Something that I have always had is plenty of attitude. I always try to keep positive and not let other people get to me. But, being a caring person, that is not always easy. I trust to much and I always try to look for the good in people. However, if you cross me, I'm done. I will cry and be hurt for a while, but trust me - I've been through worse than you can EVER throw at me. I will bounce back and I will be a force to be reckoned with. I think this picture sums me up a lot - even though I was only 2 years old.

Friday, July 4, 2014

Throwback Thursday #1: Poor

It's interesting that many people assume where you come from by looking at where you are now. But I have worked exceptionally hard to get where I am today. I have fought over and over to make sure that I survive all of the obstacles that have been placed in my path. That has NOT been easy, but somehow I am still here. Here is a throwback Thursday to bath time on many summer days.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Sinful Sunday Week #166: Sweet Tooth

As Molly always says, Sinful Sunday is all about the image. I haven't posted here in a while for many reasons. But I hope to pick up again soon. Work has been crazy busy and there have been some personal things I have had to deal with. I don't normally have a sweet tooth. I usually crave salty things when I get really stressed out or emotional. However, with the beautiful weather we are starting to have, it reminds me of summer vacation when I was a kid. And what's one of the best things about summer? To me, it was always popsicles, ice cream, and frozen treats.

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Music: Poetry In Motion (Guest Post)

I had been talking about writing about music for sex playlists for a while (I posted it yesterday here). Everyone has their own take on music and sex, so I asked a good friend to write a guest post about it as well. Dear readers, let's give a warm welcome to my newest guest writer, Monroe Starr!

As pretentious as it sounds, I believe in both order and chaos. I like the comfort of knowing where to start, but I also like taking the scenic route to where I want to be. So when I make a playlist, I don’t always order it, but I do like to start on a particular song. For me, sex and music complement each other. I need them both in my life.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Music: Poetry In Motion (My List)

Music can set the tone for almost anything you want it to. I firmly believe that good songs can be lightning rods to transport us into a mood, another time, another place, etc. I have read a few articles and stories that discuss how music can affect our behavior, how music is used in health care through therapy, how music can improve depression, and even how music can increase our intelligence. This got me thinking – shouldn’t it stand to reason then that music can also enhance our sexuality? I am not one to always listen to music while having sex, but it can be very enjoyable.
In addition, the great thing about music is there is such a wide variety out there that it is very easy to find the best music to match your sex style. Whether you are into slow and sensual cerebral lovemaking, fast and hard heart-pumping knocking boots, or even the kinkier side of sexual play, there is music out there that the can set the tone for an amazing night.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Sinful Sunday Week #157: My Former Collar

It was a hot night in July, almost eight years ago when I took a huge chance and met up with the guy who would inspire me to begin this blog, Daddy J. Over the years, we have had some amazing times, but more importantly, he helped me to grow into who I am today. Even after he released me from his service, we have continued to stay close. He understands me better than a lot of people and is always willing to give me a pep talk when I start to question myself and lose my way. He knew I was submissive before I even really knew anything about it. He saw it in my eyes that night we met. For that, I am always grateful. I got some great news a week back (unfortunately, I cannot share with everyone for various reasons. But I found myself last Friday texting Daddy J to tell him. He wrote back almost immediately with praise and support, telling me he always believed in his “good girl.”