You found me sniffing your shirt. Delighting in your smell.
“Put the shirt on, naked beneath, and come kneel before me.”
Happily surrounded by Master.
“Present your wrists and ankles.”
Master attached His cuffs to my limbs.
“Follow Me to the bed and lie in the middle.”
He gently stretched out my arms and legs to be attached to the bed frame.
Master touched my clitoris with his fingers and tapped it.
Then walked away.
I was aroused from wearing His shirt and being restrained.
So my clitoris was engorged and sensitive.
I didn’t orgasm.
Master came back after about 5 minutes and tapped my clitoris, again.
Then walked away.
I strained against the restraints towards Him.
My pussy begging for attention.
I didn’t orgasm
Master took His time and came back to tap my clitoris in a distracted manner.
My nipples and clitoris were hard with anticipation.
I didn’t orgasm.
Master took another 5 minutes before coming back,
I orgasmed before He touched me.
Afterward, He tapped my sensitive clitoris with His finger and walked away.
I waited and watched for Master’s return.
Nipples, clitoris at attention.
Master came back naked and crawled on top of me.
Tapping my clitoris with the head of His penis.
Then Master made His move to fit His penis into my mouth.
It was an awkward angle, but enough Cock Worship
and to cause me to orgasm.
It caused Master to orgasm, too.
Tapping is a Beautiful Thing.
Hustle and Bustle, Running Around
Planning, Organizing, Executing
The greatest gift?
A moment of adoration.
Searching Gifts for the Men in your Life can be challenging. Here’s some options dievca ran across along the way. Ranging from $4 to $2750 — you might find something:
Remember Bass Weejun Penny Loafers? dievca found that the G.H. Bass website seemed to have the best options for small odds and ends. (click here for the G.H. Bass website)
The site is running a 20% off deal.
Eddie Bauer used to have some cool and useful gifts. Not as many, but a few inexpensive pieces and if you need some fleece/outerwear, they are a good source. (click here for the Eddie Bauer website)
The site is running 50% off everything.
dievca bought the Pistachio Pedestal for her brother who loves pistachio nuts. Uncommon Goods has some other nice options for gifts. (click her for the Uncommon Goods website)
The most expensive item on the list is from Bottega Veneta — a designer known for woven leather goods. This backpack comes in amazing colors and will cost you… (click here for the Bottega Veneta website)
Published on 1/25/2014 – dievca’s 2nd most popular post…
Suitsupply is a men’s fashion brand founded in 2000 by Fokke de Jong in Amsterdam. Suitsupply is a vertically integrated company with stores in the Netherlands, the United States, the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany Belgium, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus and China. They are known for choosing unconventional retail locations where they sell both ready-to-wear (starting at $350) and ‘cut-to-the-bone’, where suits are made off-site after measurements are taken at 70 different points around your body.
You’d expect a Dutch company to have fairly liberal attitudes and Suitsupply is well-known for their risqué photography and advertising campaigns. Carli Hermes (1963, Schijndel) has shot all the Suitsupply campaigns since 2004. He is one of the best photographers in the Netherlands. His photographs are enticing, exciting, confrontational and alienating. The photos are edited so that they evoke the feeling of a surreal dream, a dream of perfection.
Some of the Suitsupply campaigns have caused a stir, such as Shameless, Ambition and Not Dressing Women. Four photos from the Shameless campaign had to be removed from Suitsupply’s website after a ruling by the Belgian advertising standards authority in which they criticized the photos for portraying the woman as a sex object and/or as submissive to the man.
For Suitsupply’s latest campaign, Lunch Atop a Skyscraper, Charles Ebbets‘ photographs were a source of inspiration and the images were shot against the skyline of New York.
Say what you like about the implication that wearing a great suit gets you a hot woman – something that dievca would never dream of suggesting – but she is strangely moved to ask Master if he would be interested in buying something from Suitsupply.
Thank You to Maggie Carpenter for a post that inspired dievca.
Please check out her blog: Maggie Carpenter – Author of Elegant Erotica
To present for Master at the Standard Hotel.
Photo: Listed as "Kate - the Standard"
said the Master to His dievca.
Immediately, a number of visuals flashed into her head:
So…..What does charming mean?
Definition of charming
: extremely pleasing or delightful : entrancing
- a charming restaurant, He has such charming manners
Hmmm, seems a bit sketchy.
dievca sent this back:
But it never hurts to read up before a Gig.
The funny thing is….Master is naturally charming, but dievca just couldn’t resist. she might pay for this~
And that book cover is from a 1962 Self-help book for Females. (more on the book, later)
So….are you CHARMING?
A gift for the Sir or Madame who appreciates fashion.
dievca picked this up at the Met for her Master.
A small touch of Fashion insider knowledge –what is it?
A quirky leather bookmark inspired by Japanese footwear. Celebrating The Costume Institute exhibition Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology at The Met, in which inventive creations by Maison Margiela were on view.
The cult fashion label expresses its creativity by recycling, transforming, and reinterpreting the quotidian in unexpected ways. The Tabi bookmark displays Maison Martin Margiela’s signature avant-garde sensibility. Handmade in France with the logo stamped in gold.
EDIT FROM OLIVIA KIM: “Always provocative and witty, Maison Martin Margiela accessories are fun and collectible. I love the Tabi bookmark, based on the insole from his iconic split-toe shoes. This is a perfect companion with the Manus x Machina exhibition catalog.”
And where does it come from?
The Footprint of the Iconic Tabi Boots –
A staple for Maison Margiela since A/W 1995-1996
dievca’s gift to Master for His last birthday. He reads, a lot.