Somedays It Is About Fetish

31 03 2010

Enjoy

MV





Service Book of Day 3/29/10

29 03 2010

v Outside my window… (weather, what do you hear, what do you see?)  is darkness, coldness  and rainy.  The weather has not evened out yet but I can feel spring coming J.  So I wrote the first two sentences for last week and it is the same thing this Monday.   But you know how they say about it April showers bring May flowers and I can totally see everything start budding J

v my thoughts… on just how short life can be.  Just found out today that someone at my job had a heart a tack on Friday.  He is doing fine but it just goes to show you really never know when it is your time.

v Today’s Quote… Your life could end while you wait for it to start.  (Me)  I made the decision a while ago to not wait for others to start my life.  The bible says that Jesus came to give us life to the full.  I think it is our duty to live that life he has given us.

v i am thankful for…being able to appreciate each day that I have.  I don’t rush my days by wondering about or waiting until tomorrow.

v From my service training…(any skills, training etc; notes you want to share this week) Consistency in obedience.

v From the kitchen…(menu for the week, what are you cooking?)  Very simple items this week.  I am going for more lean proteins and less intentional carbs such as breads and such.

v i am wearing… My workout clothes.  I am working out twice a day and I am feeling great about it.

v i am creating…(crafts, sewing etc;)  My life.

v my adventures this week…(where are you going this week?)  Spring cleaning and if you have seen my backyard you would know that it is definitely an adventure…LOL

v Becoming well read…(What are you reading this week?)  Listening to my podcasts.

v i manifest and co-create…(what are your hopes, dreams, and prayers this week) excitement, energy,

v Today’s Melody…(what music are you listening to? even if it’s just the sound of a bird…) As crazy as this might seem but I have been hearing Ludicris’ song “My Chick is Bad”.

v One of my favorite things…is to listen to Master breath.  For some reason this has been soothing to me since we met.

v further plans for this week…keeping it low…no plans for the week.

v Still….life(share a picture you’ve taken OR a picture you found online that speaks to you)  Photo used with permission via http://www.sxc.hu/info.phtml?f=help&s=8_2

http://www.everystockphoto.com/photo.php?imageId=228989

Want to start something different.  Here are the directions:

Once a week on Monday you will respond to the above prompts.. more is better. Post your response on your blog or website.

Mention the blog (service savoir faire) and offer a link back to the main page of the blog. This way others can participate in the project as well!   www.servicesavoirfaire.blogspot.com

So now that you know how, please feel free to join me. 🙂





Video Friday: Lighting Portraits

27 03 2010

I am getting more serious about my photography and I thought I would share something I think will help me take better pictures.

MV





Learning to Love From Lesbians

24 03 2010

I found 2 stories in the news this week about lesbians.  The first is about a judge ruling about an 18 year old woman who wanted to take her girlfriend to the prom. He said that it was a violation of her rights to cancel the prom.  While he isn’t going to re-instate the prom (mainly due to a competing private prom), it is still a major victory.  In the USAToday:

A federal judge ruled Tuesday that the Itawamba County, Miss., school board violated the rights of a lesbian student by canceling the prom when the student challenged a ban on same-sex dates, but the judge stopped short of ordering the district to reinstate the April 2 prom.U.S. District Court Judge Glen Davidson said he denied the injunction request because a private prom parents are planning will serve the same purpose as the school prom and because “requiring defendants to step back into a sponsorship role at this late date would only confuse and confound the community on the issue.”

I was disturbed when I read initially about this story. Fortunately the judge ruled correctly in this case, and hopefully this precedent will prevent things like this from happening in the future.

The second story is about learning to love you women by listening to lesbians.  This is in AskMen.com in their article “Top 10 Lesbian Sex Secrets”. I do like the idea that we can learn from lesbians about how to make love to women. Makes sense.  Some of my Favorites are”

Don’t just thrust away

The term “screwing” is actually ancient. It comes from the Taoist technique of literally screwing with your hips during intercourse. Using a horizontal figure-eight motion (the infinity symbol), this technique can help you reach all of those elusive vaginal hot spots during sex, which is usually tough to do. You may also want to try to alternate between short, shallow thrusts — highly stimulating for you both — and long deep thrusts, which fill her up while calming you down, so you can last longer. The Taoists used to write about the perfect sexual encounter as 30 minutes of female arousal followed by 1,000 loving thrusts. Now there’s a workout goal!

Play with toys and sexual enhancements

This blends in beautifully with the previous tip, as many women have difficulty climaxing without the use of a toy, or have even stronger orgasms with them. Toys today are for everyone — men, women and for use together. If she gets to control the speed and pressure, she’ll consider them a natural part of lovemaking. If you use a cock ring with a vibrating bullet, have her on top of you so she can move around until the bullet hits her clitoris where she enjoys it.

Compliment her on her genitalia

For most women, the thought of anyone looking at us “down there” is loaded with hesitation and fear. Even if you’ve been together for a long time, women are always concerned with how we look, smell and taste. If you want to release the wild woman inside her, fill her with confidence about her body. Tell her often how beautiful she is, and how glorious she smells and tastes.

Ok, that last one was a bit awkwardly written, at least the title was. LOL.

I hope you found the above interesting and/or useful.

MV





Service Book of Days 3/22/10

22 03 2010

v Outside my window… (weather, what do you hear, what do you see?) it is cloudy and rainy.  the little part of me would love to pay in the rain but the big girl hates everything all wet

v my thoughts… are all over the place.  Adjusting to the changes of life and seriously not worried about my job.

v Today’s Quote…Never discourage anyone…who continually makes progress, no matter how slow.

Plato Greek author & philosopher in Athens (427 BC – 347 BC)

v i am thankful for…Breyer’s ice cream and warm cake…mmmmmmm

v From my service training…(any skills, training etc; notes you want to share this week) nothing new at the moment

v From the kitchen…(menu for the week, what are you cooking?)  nothing new this week.  Basic foods like spaghetti, baked steak, porkchops, etc.

v i am wearing… my purple tank top and some black pants.

v i am creating…(crafts, sewing etc;)  nothing at the moment.

v my adventures this week…(where are you going this week?)  going to go over my sister’s house and finished cleaning out her apartment this week. 😦

v Becoming well read…(What are you reading this week?)  Listening to my podcasts.

v i manifest and co-create…(what are your hopes, dreams, and prayers this week) Words of hope and peace and confidence for my children.  Words of perseverance and the desire to do it now instead of later

v Today’s Melody…(what music are you listening to? even if it’s just the sound of a bird…) For some reason the words to Nat King Cole’s ‘Unforgettable” have been playing in my head all day.  Such a lovely song.  I keep hearing the version sung by him and overlayed with his daughter’s voice.

v One of my favorite things…is to hear Master laugh.  His laugh is so funny and contagious 🙂

v further plans for this week…keeping it low…no plans for the week.

v Still….life(share a picture you’ve taken OR a picture you found online that speaks to you)  Photo used with permission via this link:  http://www.sxc.hu/info.phtml?f=help&s=8_2

http://www.everystockphoto.com/photo.php?imageId=261076

I think the solitary nature of this picture appeals to me.  Sometimes there is just too much stuff going on.

Want to start something different.  Here are the directions:

Once a week on Monday you will respond to the above prompts.. more is better. Post your response on your blog or website.

Mention the blog (service savoir faire) and offer a link back to the main page of the blog. This way others can participate in the project as well!   www.servicesavoirfaire.blogspot.com

So now that you know how, please feel free to join me. 🙂





Whip Dance

19 03 2010

A video. Not good, but entertaining. Now this blog has 100% more cheese!

LOL

MV





Managing a Successful Long Distance Relationship.

18 03 2010

Last September, I did a brief presentation on how to make a successful long distance relationship. I gave this presentation because my slave lives in New Jersey and I live in North Carolina, a 10-12 hour drive. More recently, I have been asked about how to be successful over long distances by a friend. I thought my words would make a good post, so here goes.

The key to any successful relationship is communication. When dealing with hours of physical separation, this is even more important. To make things work, hours must be spent talking, listening, hearing your partner. Effort is required by all parties in the relationship. If only one person is trying, then it will fail. I choose the term partner particularly in light that this is a blog focused on BDSM and D/s M/s relationships. My slave compliments me.  We are equals in an unequal relationship. She completes me, I complete her.  The sum is larger than either of us alone. But equally if either of us is not present in the relationship, then the relationship is less than either of us alone.

Fortunately we have some amazing tools in this modern era to assist our efforts to keep in touch.  In the past, when couples became separated by miles and miles of distance they could only write.  Long slow weeks and months may pass between letters. Later came the telephone. With the telephone, you could call and talk for hours, but with the caveat that if you were not careful you could have a phone bill that would cost you many hundreds of dollars (I can attest to this fact myself). Now we have cell phones with unlimited talk time, computers and the Internet.

Cell phones offer at least two options for communication. The first is the most important: Voice.  You can talk as much as you want as long as you want to someone in your country for one flat rate.  Many carriers offer free calls to those in your network or circle. This is fantastic compared to years past.  SMS is the other option, which means you can send a short message or carry on a conversation when talking may not be wise. Meetings at work, dinner in a restaurant, hanging out with friends, even the movies (though those around you may frown at this, lol). Those are features available on even the simplest cell phone these days, add to it smart phones like my beloved iPhone and you end up with capabilities of a modern desktop in your pocket.

Computers on the Internet offer almost too many options.  The one I want to focus on here is Skype. Skype allows a nearly flawless voice connection computer to computer for free. It works like AIM or Yahoo! Messenger, but the quality is better. It allows a fantastic video to be sent as well from your webcam. Combined with a nice, comfortable headphone (I recommend usb connections over mini-jack plugs) and you can spend hours together. My girl and I spend hours watching TV or playing on the computer this way. She is so addicted to me that we have a habit of going to sleep with headphones on. (Headphones are not designed for this and wear out at an ungodly rate this way, LOL).

I hope that the above has been helpful to you. Let me know how you handle the separation from your loved one. Do you have tips that I have missed? Let everyone know, in the comments.

MV








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