My wonderfully talented friend SubmissiveGuyComics and I are embarking on a mission during the month of November. We’re calling it National Blog Writing Month (NaBloWriMo) as a nod to National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) in which I participated a few years ago.
What does that mean for you?
We are both going to be posting once a day on our blogs for the entire month. I will be writing and SubmissiveGuy will be drawing, and you, dear readers, will get the benefit of a veritable glut of beauteous D/s content.
In the fine tradition of having ZERO femdom or sex content on a femdom sex blog, here’s another post with no femdom and no sex…
I mentioned that I had gone to two weeks of ‘intro to crossfit’ classes. Those 6 sessions were about teaching the moves and proper form and getting used to the format. So there was talk, practice, and then getting in a 10-15 minute workout.
If you don’t know what crossfit is, it’s a particular kind of ‘old school’ workout regime with basic moves and equipment like the kind you might have done before high tech … Continue Reading
Some of these have questions been languishing in my inbox for a while (sorry about that, lovely question-askers). I keep saying that I love getting ‘asks’ (I do!), but then I hoard them like a little treasure trove in my inbox. I have that dilemma of deciding when the ‘asks’ become weighty enough for a blog post, and then I forget to keep track of how many there are.
I should just stop thinking that I can respond in a timely manner!
It’s Saturday. It’s sunny, but there is a howling wind outside. Two kitesurfers are braving it, I see their kites top out over the trees every few minutes: They are motoring. Brave.
I tried to sleep in after early mornings for the last two weeks, but failed. Awake early, up by 7.45. I’m on my third load of washing, summer sarongs are flapping wildly on the line on my back deck. The fact that I am washing sarongs makes me happy. The heat of summer is coming.
I’m making nachos and drinking champagne because… Saturday.
“A flyboard is a type of water jetpack… A flyboard rider stands on a board connected by a long hose to a watercraft. Water is forced under pressure to a pair of boots with jet nozzles underneath which provide thrust for the rider to fly up to 15 metres in the air or to dive headlong through the water.” – Wikipedia
And when they say ‘dive headlong through the water’, they really mean ‘crash inelegantly while screaming’.
It looks like I’m doing something fancy in these fabulous action shots, but both … Continue Reading