November 7th, 2005

Run-and-gun Monday

Me thinks by the title that I should stop my obessive playing of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. (The PC version rocks, I should say here.)

Getting into a car and driving after a marathon of playing that game is an interesting experience. For the first few seconds, I had to convince myself that yes, the car I was driving was mine, I did not jack it. Ha!

It's going to be a balls-to-the-wall week, full of work. If you haven't heard from me in a while, and would like to, please know it might not be til the weekend. Maybe. Argh.

The weather in NYC is making the foot fetishist in me very happy.

I have great friends. Last nights conversation (therapy session) helped me go to the sleep. Thank you rogueboi.

Would you visit me if I lived in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn?

For someone who plays with fear regularly in my SM play, I am awful sick of being scared. I need to get past this.

I highly recommend The Bronte Project by Jennifer Vandever. In addition to Jennifer being the sister to someone I consider a friend, it is a truly delightful read. I am halfway through, and find myself inexusably drawn into a off-the-beaten-path romance story. I would offer up poignant quotes that correlate with my life, but there are just too many. Any book that makes go, oh, that's me, is one that is worth reading. At least for me. Anyway...

This was a good post. For me to poke a head out of my funk is a good thing indeed. Let's see if I can make it last a bit.
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A moment from Inferno

So, a while back, as many of you know, I went to Inferno. And while pictures aren't generally allowed to be shared with the public, and the official photos are never seen... I do have two, rather tame, photos that were shared with me tonight.

And now I share with you. From Othello, aka 1badboy, of he and I.

First though, a little background, just so you can appreciate these a little more. Othello and I met at this year's IML through slave_pug. Othello and pug are in the same leather family, and pug is very near and precious to me. So when we met, it was natural that we hit it off.

At Inferno, we re-bonded instantly, and were seen together a LOT during the event. We were both Inferno virgins, and kids at heart. A lot of laughter took place - a LOT.

On the first full day we had at camp, Othello revealed to me that he had never been singletailed before. It scared the shit out of him, and yet, he knew he had to try it. And I was honored that he would ask me. I, of course, said yes.

We did a little, a nice little dance. Othello wasn't sure if he liked it. I noted that it is often like that during one's first time. So, a few days later, he asked me again.

And, well, enough talking, here you go.

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Oh yeah - one last thing. Othello liked it. ;-)

Thank you Othello. I will always treasure that scene and the memories that came from it.
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