"... when you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible."
-- When Harry met Sally

"The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances; if there is any reaction, both are transformed."
-- Carl Jung

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Curiosity and invitation (E)

Artwork courtesy
of Bishop through

My Goddess and I reached a landmark this week. A few days ago, we posted our 100th entry on this blog. It's been intensely personal to share our life together, anonymously, with all of you, and it's been a blast to receive such positive feedback from everyone. It makes us feel wonderful that sharing our D/s relationship with you all has been so inspirational, educational, and a turn-on to boot.

And yet, after more than 100 posts, nearly 15,000 hits, and around 40,000 pages read, we are curious about the many, many readers that have quietly dropped by, read, and slipped away shyly. We are curious about who you are, what you've enjoyed about the blog, what your favorite posts are, what you'd like to read more about, and if there is anything else you'd want to find out about us living a D/s relationship.

So inspired by "Curiosity", a post about a month ago on the excellent blog "Domme Chronicles" (http://domme-chronicles.blogspot.com/), one of our favorite blogs out there, we invite each and everyone of you to leave something akin a Guest Book note. We would be delighted to make an entry to respond to your notes collectively, or if your comment/question is particularly interesting/challenging, we may dedicate an entire entry to it.

So without further ado, upon your next visit, sit down and stay a while. Tell us a little about yourself, why you come to our blog, what you like about it, if you have a favorite post, and stuff like that. If you have a question, ask us, and if you want to address it to one of us specifically, let us know. Go ahead... it'll just take a few minutes...


  1. At a later time i would love to tell you about what i like about this blog.But since i have had a long day , may i just congratulate you both on your 100 post milestone.And thank you for your hard work on this blog.
    Sincerly BOB

  2. BOB,

    Thank you for your note. Little things like that kind of appreciation encourages us to keep it almost daily and growing.

    And we very much look forward to your thoughts when you have some time.


  3. Hey there
    I've been following for a few months now and just haven't commented. This was my first real look into a 24 hour D/s. I am still pretty unfamiliar but I read with such curiosity every time you post, and it has helped me understand something that I previously looked upon with disdain simply because I was unaware of the deep emotions at work here. I've learned so much from reading here. I still don't understand completely but I'm working on it. I'm in awe of the devotion I see. Thanks for everything.