Pictures and stories from of a real life 24.7 D/s couple. Richard and Amy explore bdsm, daily life, and each other, from both sides of the relationship.

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October 29, 2009


Filed under: Daily Life — Richard @ 1:48 pm


I couldn’t find a collar for Amy that I liked, so I decided we didn’t need to put a lot of energy into it, since the collar was only a symbol.

But Amy found one that worked perfectly for us, and the other day I mentioned to her that I was very aware of when she had it on, and that I liked putting it on her, etc.

“Oh,” she responded.  “I thought you said you didn’t care about those things.”

I considered a moment, and then said “I guess I was wrong.”

“Oh” said Amy, tragically NOT considering for a moment.  “Which time?”


  1. *snicker*
    Oh, yes. I’m sure she simply didn’t consider…

    Comment by Jz — October 29, 2009 @ 4:15 pm

  2. I have just read your ENTIRE blog in a day. No small feat.

    I’m not one for the kink hookup sites, forums, chat rooms, etc. Yawn. I prefer listening to the real thing if such things are well-written, and the relationship intrigues. Yours intrigued and was well-written.

    It’s a wonderful thing to find that which we kinksters seek, and no easy task to find our perfect compliment. That you two have found such delight is food for optimism, and the kink world above all things needs optimism. So many whiners, complainers, and the righteous ranting, protesting, and proclaiming. Interesting how kinksters see themselves as trendsetters, yet cannot control the human instinct to herd and make arbitrary rules defining themselves and others. It makes no sense, yet makes perfect sense if you think about it.

    I sent my girl to your sight, even quoted you in an email or two.

    It’s good to hear others explore how I like to explore: as individuals finding their way rather than sticking to some script made up by who knows who. I have never understood the protocol, the ‘this is the RIGHT way,’ or all the other hocus-pocus placed on kink. I have never understood so many who ignore the simple truth: that just in the vanilla world the primary kink of all kinksters, the one so difficult to find is mere compatibility. Each of us is unique, and how so many believe they can fit their next lover into the cookie-cutter assembled for their last is beyond me. Each union is like a snowflake: unique. In essence it is no different than vanilla.

    You two sound very compatible, and even though much of what you two explore is not for me or my girl, both of your innate curiosity and eager desire to find a way are beyond admirable, and quite familiar.


    Today, I began my own little story on blogger.com. It will be gifted to my lover once it grows a bit. It will hopefully be my own sounding board, and will help me understand her better, and her understand me better, and maybe even help us understand ourselves a bit better.

    We’ll see.

    Good stuff, folks. Inspirational because it is so real, and that is what makes it great fantasy.



    Comment by B — October 30, 2009 @ 2:05 am

  3. Hehe, I get so giddy and excited when there is a new post here.

    Comment by Chantal — October 30, 2009 @ 6:10 am

  4. “Tragically”… ahem. I can’t help speculating on the next scene in what sounds a bit more like a tragicomedy.


    Comment by oatmeal girl — November 1, 2009 @ 7:01 pm

  5. JZ and oatmeal girl - I wordlessly draw the curtain across the following events. ; )

    Chantal you are SO CUTE.

    And B, welcome and so happy that you enjoyed our blog. That IS impressive, reading it all in one day. I completely agree with you re finding your own way rather than trying to hew to THE way. I honestly think that most real life people - actually, most *adults* - that practice kink end up coming to the same conclusion. I look forward to reading about your journey!


    Comment by Amy — November 2, 2009 @ 11:38 am

  6. Yea!!! You’re back!! How I’ve missed you so. Please, please keep posting. I’m not ashamed to beg.

    Hugs to both of you.


    Comment by jojo — November 3, 2009 @ 11:48 am

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