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Thursday, April 10, 2014

B.C. and T.C.

Yesterday was a full and busy day, so I didn't have time to do my session write-up. We had our usual lovely time, though.

Steve decided to keep it simple for the implements phase: He let me choose one, and then he picked one. "Bottom's choice and top's choice: B.C. and T.C." he smiled. I chose his riding crop, which is snappy and stinging and very stimulating in a painful sort of way. What did he choose? Yup. That @#$%ing Licking Stick.

"I think your T.C. is Total Crap," I grumbled. He didn't agree, of course.

But I still liked the crop much better. Fortunately, that's what he predominantly used. 

All during the scene, he was doing his best to convince me that I really needed to ask my stepmother, when we got together, about that picture of Jerry Lewis and his paddle, and if she'd seen it on the Ladies' Man set (or maybe even felt it). (Read the post before this one if you don't know what I'm talking about.) "Who knows," he mused. "Maybe you and she share something you never even knew."

"Ewwww, no!" I screeched. "Please! That's my stepmother. I don't even want to imagine that." 

"You have to ask her," he insisted, punctuating his insistence with the crop. "You'll always wonder if you don't. You don't have to tell her about what you do or what you're into. Just ask her about the movie set and her experience with it. Make sure you bring it up somehow during lunch."

"I'll try," I groaned.

"Excuse me?" he said. "You'll what?"

Ugh. I forget that's a huge difference between John and Steve. John will accept "I'll think about it" or "I'll try." With Steve, there's no "try." There is "do." Harrumpph.

Well, kids, I did bring up the subject with her yesterday, even showed her the picture of Jerry. I will tell you all about that tomorrow. (No, there weren't any fun revelations, sorry to say. It kind of fell flat. But I'm glad I did it anyway.)

On a side note: Would you believe that Steve has never seen, or even heard of, Secretary? I was slack-jawed. I need to revoke that man's kink card! Who the hell in any realm of kinky things hasn't heard of Secretary? So I pulled up some images for him. Of course, he found them fascinating. I think I need to pick up a copy of that movie. Fortunately, I'm in the camp of people who loved it. Yeah, I know, it wasn't the best idea to portray the main characters as whackos. But I loved how they both blossomed and found happiness with each other.

Back to work for me.


  1. You keen on the donkey outfit?


  2. John -- do you mean the scene in Secretary where he loaded her down like a pack mule. No, I hated that, and I hated some of the other BDSM-y stuff he did to her. But overall, I thought it was brilliant.

    MrJ -- thanks. :-)

  3. I just have a question about the spanking technique, because I'm pretty new to the lifestyle. I always end up with a bruised bum, rather than the firey red. Is it a strike softer for longer periods of time issue? I just have no idea what we may be doing wrong. I don't necessarily mind the bruising, but the firey red makes for a nicer picture, as yours clearly demonstrate.

    And I'm disappointed that the 'not listening stick' question didn't go anywhere. I'm glad he made you ask, though.

    I've been wanting to see Secretary, simply because I really dig what's-his-bucket as an actor. (His name escapes me; I can only focus on Robert California.)

  4. Brat -- if you're new, then bruising is pretty normal. I used to bruise like crazy when I first started. I don't anymore. You might want to have your partner give you more of a warm-up, perhaps -- start up lighter and then build up.

    Secretary is a kind of bizarre movie, but it's very good, I think. And I liked James Spader before he completely let himself go.

  5. I accidentally deleted a comment from Annapurna, which I am retrieving and pasting from my email:

    "What a lovely woman you are.

    I hope your session wasn't too painful.

    I don't know about Steve's insistence that you contact your stepmother or even talk about her. Some subjects can be toxic. I don’t know whether your stepmother qualifies.

    I should have been more attentive of you over the years, but alas, I've been a bit of a slacker. So Steve is relatively new, is he? What happen to John? He seemed nice. I hope it was a happy ending between John and you. I'm a romantic at heart, or at least I would like to think so."

    AP -- Steve didn't insist that I contact my stepmother. I am already in contact with her and she is most definitely not toxic; I love her to bits. :-)

    John is still very much in the picture, so yes, the romance is still there. Steve is my top, and has been for nearly two years.

    1. Sorry for my misread. Glad everything is fine.

  6. Hi Erica -- I Love your pics,They are Lovely as always :-) Sorry that the spanking question, you asked your Stepmom didn't go as we wanted it to.You and Steve are hilarious LOL :-) The movie Secretary is very COOL, I like the part when she bends over the desk for a spanking :-) Wishing you and John a nice and peaceful weekend.Much Love and hugs from naughty girl Jade

  7. I've been creeped out by Jerry Lewis my entire life.

    Erica, my dear, you have a wonderful bare fanny.

  8. Terry -- thank you! And yeah, people either love him or hate him. There doesn't seem to be any in-between.