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An Awesome Blossom


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A blossom of pain that is.

This is me being clever

Do you get it?

Ahhh well, just me then.


If you read yesterday’s post then you might know that these are some new Xmas gifts that Molly and I exchanged.  Barring England sinking into the sea, not an unreasonable proposition given the almost non-stop rain we have been having, we will be using at least some of the items seen in this picture. If you have any questions about anything you see here or how they work for us, I do hope you will ask in the comments below. This D/s Life works better when other play along.

I hope to make Molly blossom tomorrow 😉


Update: You can have a look here to see what Molly had to say about the experience.


5 responses to “An Awesome Blossom”

  1. I’m anxious to read more about the staples. I can kind of see the appeal of the needles from a sensation and an aesthetic standpoint, but the staples freak me the hell out. Probably because I’ve seen my kids get too many of them in various injuries. LOL

    1. The staples are something I am very nervous about and excited about. I think (hope) they will tap into my love of blood and also marks. I do love something that is visual


  2. I’ve done one needle play session. Well it was a saline infusion to my pussy lips but involved a big ass needle. Curious about how else they would be used and about the stapler. All of this fascinates. Thanks for educating all of us!

  3. I’ve seen needle play performed, but never staples… and have always cringed when I’ve read that one of my patients got their skull stapled after a laceration!! It both intrigues and scares me… I will be very interested to see how this goes!!

    ~Kazi xxx

  4. […] post if you haven’t already) and I thought you might like to see the outcome of the Awesome Blossom with Molly’s new Ribbons and Bows. I am sure she will have more to say about this. But I […]

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