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Monday, February 20, 2012

Deja Vu all over again

The Valentine's Day corset, revisited! ST was able to exchange the small for a medium, no problem. Oh, and he found something out while he was back at Frederick's. Turns out the corset unhooks after all.

No, not in the front, which was where I searched for hooks. But all down one side, hidden in the seam, are hook-and-eyes. Last week's epic struggles to get me into that thing weren't necessary. Oops.

(blushing) See, told you I'm unsophisticated about corsets.

So this one I was able to get into myself, although I did enlist ST's help in hooking it and then tying up the back. And it fit perfectly!

He watched while I pulled on the stockings and buckled my shoes, snapping candid photos. He likes to do that. And I end up deleting most of them, because I don't like how I look. However, every now and then, one comes out pretty well, I think:

A little something for the legs and feet folks. :-D

Of course we had to take one from the back, just so you could see how much better this one fit:

Enough of that. We had to get down to business.

I've been in a different place the last few sessions; a quieter version of myself. Hard to believe, I know. But I haven't really felt like bantering or sassing as much, not once we get past warmup. Not sure why; I just want to feel. To get lost in sensation; hear nothing but my own breathing, my own moans, the cracks of his hand and the implements.

I don't remember what he did, or in what order. I don't care. I just know I went someplace with him and I didn't want to come back. It took me a very long time to open my eyes and lift my head.

He was patient. He was in no hurry either.

Eventually I returned, and he hunkered down next to me on the chair. We listened to the music playing. My favorite local radio station has been airing a special program for the past week or so: a selection of 2000 songs from their library, played in alphabetical order, no repeats. Tonight, they were well into the S's and "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" by Pink Floyd was playing.

I like to try guessing what comes next. Sometimes I'm spot on, but I couldn't come up with the next song to save my life. Or my ass, as it happened. Because ST said if I couldn't guess the next song, he'd spank me all through it. Aggggghhhh!

Shine? Shining? Shirt? Shiver? Perhaps no more songs with Shi, but one with Sho? I was blanking. As the song wound to a close, he kept prompting me, "You'd better come up with something! It's almost over!" But it was no use.

Then the opening chords of the next song began, and I cussed mightily. DAMMIT! "Shiny Happy People" by REM. I hate that stupid song. No wonder I couldn't think of it.

I hate it even more, now. :-(  Never realized how @#$%ing long it is.

However, I was able to come up with the song after that. Yay me!

It was "Ship of Fools" by the Doors, by the way. Yes, I'm easily entertained.

When ST was leaving, I thanked him once again for the beautiful corset, saying it was very generous of him. He leered at me, his eyes leisurely wandering from shoulder to hip. "I didn't buy it for you," he smirked.

Oh, yes you did, darlin'. You bought it for both of us. :-)

Hope everyone had Presidents' Day off!


  1. Cute!
    So what do you think made you space - the outfit, the business, of the combi?

  2. I like that idea of playing songs in alphabetical order, and wish our local station would catch on to the "no repeats" idea. Gorgeous corset!

    We celebrated Family Day yesterday. A dumb idea, if you ask me, but a day off is a day off!


  3. Shiny Happy is a rendition REM did for Sesame Street called Furry Happy Monsters, and that is the only version I think of now when I hear it. In either case, the music itself is too cheery, so I can see how you wouldn't be able to think of it in such a position! :-D

    I will say it again - you rock that corset! Funny, after your last post about it, I got an ad from Fredrick's in my e-mail advertising corsets! :) I kept thinking, "I know a model for them!"


  4. Dang, whole new spin on name that tune...LOL

    I was reading what you wrote, thinking, Yeah, I've felt that. You just go into this void of awesome mental blankness. Just feeling. I swear its almost rejuvenating.

    I know I am late commenting, but I wanted to say, I found your post about your Valentine's day very touching. I feel for John's knee. One more week until I get this behemoth pink cast off. And that day can't arrive fast enough...
    Also congrats on the book inclusion.
    Have a great Tuesday,

  5. Hi Erica

    I can relate to everything you have said here but my mind keeps going back to your epic struggle. I think a clip of that would have been very sexy and funny, two of my favorite feelings. You could just say I am kind of an over stimulated class clown.


  6. Hi Erica,I agree that the corset in a medium fit's much better on you :-)You looked BEAUTIFUL,But you alway's look STUNNING anyway's.Trying to name that tune sound's like lot's of fun :-)I probably wouldn't guess right and i would end up being over his knee all night hehehe LOL.Happy that you had a great session.Much Love and hug's from your naughty girl Jade xoxo

  7. I think Frederic's should hire you to do their modeling for them. You look so beautiful. It is true you do the corset justice, not the other way around. :-)

  8. MrJ -- I have no idea. A lot of things make me space, these days... it's called being in your 50s. (sigh)

    Hermione -- well, the "no repeats" thing is only for this special program. Once they've played "The Zoo" and the A to Z is over, they'll go back to repeats! Bleah.

    Sarah -- it could have been worse. They could have played "Shiny Shiny," from the 80s. Remember that one from Hayzi Fantayzee? "Shiny shiny, bad times behind me..." Gah.

    Newt -- the cast is coming off already? YAY! Yeah, I like that blankness. Thinking is overrated sometimes, when you have a head that goes in all sorts of dire directions like mine does.

    Emanuele -- well, you're right, it would have been rather hilarious on video. :-)

    Jade -- I'm usually pretty good at figuring out the next song, but not under that kind of pressure! lol

    Bobbie Jo -- thank you, dear. :-)

  9. This new corset fits perfectly.. just enough room to have ST even crank it in some more! LOL

    Oh I used to love REM, and I don't think I'd have even thought of that song! What a fun game though! Especially with "miss smarty pants" Erica.. LOL

    Just be glad it wasn't "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" by Pink Floyd - cause that's a long ass song! That song was done in different concerts in like 9 different parts! I think one recording is 12:31 seconds long! LOL

    That last line ST left you with... PRICELESS! That right there was worth the price of admission into this blog. (heehee)

    1. Y'all I just died laughing. I thought the same thing about the PF song, hoped it wasn't- or was ;)heh heh for ST to whomp longer!!!

      Erica, you sort of were wearing cranking out the heat in the corset, gurly. But how many time can one straight Newt tell one straight you, that U drove it like you stole it hot.

      I was reading your blog today, and Suit came up behind me and said, "God she 's pretty and funny, isn't she!" Made me so happy that he realizes quality.

    2. Indeed he does, Miss Newt. :-)

  10. Zelle -- I just bombed out again! They were playing "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" by CSNY, and I guessed "Sunshine of Your Love" by Cream would be next. NIX! "Sultans of Swing"! I'm losin' my touch. (sob)

  11. Erica, anytime you wish help getting in or out of that sexually erotic corset, with stockingss attached, please ask me first. Of course there is a fee to pay for such service. Namely I can give you 'six of the best', with the cane, on that voluptous bare bottom of yours. XXX Luv you.

  12. Six -- I do have a "dresser" available. Or should I call him an "undresser"? :-)

  13. You look fabulous! Guess the Frederick's folks aren't readers of your blog to know the first one had been worn. ;-)

  14. Lea -- not only that, but they didn't notice that the accompanying g-string from the first one was missing. (blushing) We didn't think they'd want THAT back...