Tuesday, March 25, 2014

What she said

Anyone who has followed this blog over an amount of time know that it is rare when L ever contributes anything, and when she does, it is at my command. I also know there are quite a few followers out there who are big fans of her words, and look up to her.

A couple of weeks ago a new anonymous follower posted a question to my posting "Am I off the hook tonight?" which went as follows:

"Just discovered this blog and am reading through various entries. Don't know your full history. But this entry stopped me. How can caning her, from 500 to 2,000 strikes EVERY NIGHT, not be very harmful to her? Her butt never gets a chance to heal. How does she ever sit down without constant pain? How is this considerate of her physical well-being? I'm not trying to be an asswipe here, but statements like that sound nutso. (And no, I'm not a troll trying to upset you. I like to get my ass and pussy spanked too, but only for pleasure, never punishment.)"

I shared her comment with L, and suggested (pretty sure it was a suggestion and not a directive) that she should be the one to respond to her. This was what L said in reply, and I feel it is among the very best words she has ever contributed to this blog.

"Thanks for the comment. It is L. S thought that I should reply and give you my perspective. First of all, a daily caning and a punishment caning are two very very different things for me. I hate being punished. It hurts like hell, I have cried even and never do whatever it was again. Which is how it is supposed to work I guess. It certainly works for us. But a regular daily caning is not even close. Now to be clear, not everyday is the same. Sometimes I am not in the mindset and just am not able to get into it (go under is what S calls it) or S is tired and brings me to the brink and then goes to sleep. But our routine is fairly consistent and yes, I do get caned hard for periods of time that people would find Nutso (we stopped counting a long time ago). There is so much more to it than the physical aspect that unless you have gone there, it would be hard to imagine. First the physical aspect is something that takes a bit of time to get to. What S calls going under or subspace is truly something. I used to get a pretty lengthy warmup each night....the kind where with each strike you are wishing for it to be harder after a while. Those days are pretty much history unless it has been several days in between canings. Now S starts off quite hard and if I move or make a sound too loud, he will strike the sides of my legs or some other part that really stings. Last night he used his flogger with the steel tips for a long time. It was.....good. I know, not a very good descriptive word but it was. By the end I was dripping and completely gone, wanting more. I am not a masochist at all and I do not find pleasure in pain, I stub my toe and cry. This is just...different. I am able to get to a point where I do not feel it at all. My adrenalin had been kicked into overdrive and kept there for a while as you cannot move nor make a sound. I can barely hear the caning or whatever. Also, to answer your question, I have not had a bruise in over a year. Sometimes a little sore but absolutely no marks or any sign of anything.....it is really weird to be honest and I wish I would bruise. 

Then there is the other aspect of it that is not physical. The fact that you are owned and controlled really rears its head during this time. It helps calm me. If we go for periods of time without I get edgy and am irritable. It helps set the world right again and holy is it a good stress reliever. If only they could bottle that feeling the world would be such a nicer place. Plus it pleases S and isn't that what it is all about? It sets him straight also. I don't know, we may be nutso but we sure are happy these days. So Anonymous, you do like a light spanking for pleasure....I say sometime, take it a step further....see what happens. Smile"

I'm a very lucky Master. 

Even if I am a bit....Nutso.


  1. It's the "nuts" that make life interesting! Most of us out here value and share your nuttiness as well. I agree that it does sound like a lot, but then I never keep track of how many I get. I'm glad it works for the two of you, which is really the whole point :-)

  2. Yay, lovely to hear from L too!

    you know, everyone's different - both in what kinds of pain they do or don't like and also in what they can take physically. I did a lot of horseriding growing up so it takes quite a lot to bruise my butt - it's quite tough!

    Likewise, you can get use to things and adapt - so as you have had a daily caning for some time now, it doesn't surprise me at all that you rarely mark or bruise - your endurance has adapted.

    it's like running - people regularly run marathons and do daily runs of over 10 miles. Now I look at that with wild eyes - I've achieved if I can make it round the block!

    It's all relative :D

    1. I think you should all hear from L more often!

  3. Very good job of explaining what we do and why. Thanks for sharing


  4. This sounds very much like me. I would get it every night if I could. Of course, it is entirely up to Master, and he hasn't decided to make it every night- still, it is very regular and doesn't cause me problems except when I go too long without- probably kind of addicted to those feelings. :)

  5. I love a nice example of "your kink is not my kink". I've been reading this blog for about a year now and it's my favourite. I delight in all the stories, even if sometimes I think "wow, I don't know if I could do that!". It's lovely to learn to learn what others are into, thanks so much for this post!

    1. Thank you for your kind words. We are happy to share our lifestyle with you and others. I think we both tend to forget we have readers out there who have followed us, and that some of you might be a bit more appreciative if we posted on a more regular basis!

  6. If you all are nutso, so are we. Daddy said a long time ago, not to worry about the whys, just know that it serves us. It is very much as you describe. Thanks for taking up the challenge. It's nice to know we're not alone.