Thankful Thursday: Writing (and Misstress)~

This week I am thankful for writing. It is a great escape for me. It always has been. Whether I’m writing something very real, or some fantasy involving amazing sex and burning orgasms. It has always helped me to pick up a pen and write and I am thankful for the ability to do such art.

This week I have been fighting depression to the max… So much so I have even avoided blogging because it felt too social. I had maybe left a couple comments on Facebook posts while scrolling, aimlessly, trying to find something to occupy my mind. I have been completely withdrawn from everyone.

Including my Misstress

Today, Misstress called me. It was the first time in about a week. I had heard her voice. Though she has been texting me all week, I never answered.

“Girl, you haven’t talked to me in quite some time. I am worried about you. This isn’t normal, even for you,  you always atleast say ‘I need alone time’ before leaving. I won’t force you to talk to me right now because I understand you very well. But I needed to hear your sweet voice, to make sure you were still alive. I will leave soon. But please WRITE. Everything stopping you from smiling. Please write it down and send it to me. No matter what it contains. Write it down, you will feel better. Goodbye sweet girl. Call me when you are ready to chat.”

And so, though it was merely suggestion, a plea to come back to her… my submissive switch was flipped, and I obeyed. I wrote everything down. Or rather, typed it, and sent it to her in an email. I (almost) immediately felt better. I had gotten everything off my chest and I could breathe again.

I am also thankful for Misstress’s intervention, I have been on the phone with her now for three hours, and it’s as if I hadn’t left her for darkness.

Thank you, Misstress, for reminding me that I need to let go of the negative and embrace the positive, and always have writing~

Now that I am back… I have a weeks worth of blogging to catch up on. Stay tuned!


Friday Fictioneers: Cobwebs~

Photo prompt courtesy  of © Victor and Sarah Potter

To read more or add your own click the cute froggy:

Word count: 100

Jim and Nancy had just come home, from six months vacation traveling all over easy Asia, a gift from their lovely grown children.

Nancy took one look around their home, dust had collected in some areas.

She walked into the kitchen, and laughed. Very hard, and loud. Jim wondered what could be so funny.

That is when he saw, to his horror, a giant spider web adorning the kitchen window, it’s owner at its center. He looked incredously at nancy.


“The window depicts my lady-cave perfectly, all cobwebs down there.”

Jim scoffed and walked out.

Seeking shelter where there is none : BDSM cannot and will not “fix” your problems.

This is the first time I have ever reblogged anything. But… I can not tell you how absolutely spot on it is. The whole thing in it’s entirety is super important and you should read it in it’s entirety. But what made it absolutely reblog worthy, aside from being absolutely blunt, in my eyes,was the last half about finding the right D/s.. it is something I feel is … not ever really considered.
Please give it a read ♡Sin

Pup Brozo

Lately in the scene, I notice a pattern with a lot of female s-types that has become an issue. I do not mean to single out a gender bracket entirely. Let me preface this by saying this is my current experience. Mine. Therefore I’m fully allowed to state my take on it and offer a bit of insight. The pattern I notice is this direct or back-handed assumption that BDSM/Little space/Pup Space is going to solve all your problems. That d-types are here to make everything better and essentially play superman to broken spirits.

You’re here for the wrong reasons. Come back later when you’ve leveled out mentally and emotionally.

That may be blunt and painful to read, but it’s a fact. A fact we really need to acknowledge and discuss. Because there’s too many hearts being broken at their own hands and none of these types want to see…

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Tantalizing Tuesday: Cola Tea…

It’s that time of year again, the one where everyone gets sick AF for at least 3 months, I should have posted this around the first snowfall~ at least. but I didn’t, shame on me.

I failed already, I was supposed to post this yesterday, but got disctracted by anime XD ooops.


Anyway, Here goes… basically nothing!

Step one: Prepare ingredients~


1 12 oz can of cola

1-inch chunk of ginger, ground or sliced super thin

1/2 lemon sliced into rounds.

Step 1.5: put it all in a medium sauce pan. ~


This should serve 1 person. Double or triple the recipe, or however many people you are serving.


You could also use a tablespoon of lemon juice, and pre-ground ginger, but this is the ghetto version and in my opinion not as helpful something about the lemon peels being absent perhaps.

Step Two: Bring all ingredients to a boil ~


Step 2.5: Lower heat to keep a rolling simmer. Simmer for 5-10 minutes, the coke will reduce.  If you reduce it to a syrup, you fail… So don’t do that. I always do mine for exactly 7 minutes, unless its a bigger batch then I go full 10.

Give a little shtir~



Step three: Strain, in a mesh strainer if desired and into your favorite coffee cup~


Step four: Enjoy, CAREFUL IT’S HOT!~


Note: If serving to children, I would DEFINITELY strain it before serving.

Sinful Addition: Top with a bit of whipped cream and maybe some sprinkles. ~ This also makes it more appealing to tiny humans.

This recipe will soothe your cold symptoms, douse the fire in your throat for a while, and help you fight the buggies swimming in your immune system. it is full of Vitamin C, and other antioxidants. It’s sweet and spicy, and not fizzy! Apparently, it started in Hong Kong as a cold remedy but now is a widely popular drink. I can see why as I enjoy this homemade cold remedy. Be mindful of the ginger, it CAN over power the drink and at that point, you might as well chew on a ginger root. A note as I was making this for the pictures… Regular coke tastes better in this recipe than the diet. I was trying not to use all of my calories for the day. IT’S a good option, just adds to the medicinal taste.


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