‘Standards, Traditions and Values’

‘Standards, Traditions and Values’ was a publication printed by the British Army many years ago for all of its members. Whether you were a ranking solider or an officer, it was aimed, literally, at you! Selfless commitment, Courage, Discipline, Integrity, Loyalty and Respect for Others are listed in great detail as to how they are […]

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Not A Mind Reader

This holiday Missy and I have had time to reflect on a broad spectrum of our relationship and family life. This is a circular event as holidays provide time to be closer, and occasionally with less domestic distractions. Today Missy asked me, “What do you get out of having a scene?”  I thought the answer […]

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There She Blows!

The Blue Whale could be the largest example of Dominance and Submission on the planet. What is he talking about now you may think? Obviously there is no direct connection, however, I read an article by the BBC this week in the changes being made to the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum in London. […]

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Just own it.

For the masochists amongst you (yes you know who you are) that follow both my and Missy’s site, you will pick up on an overlap of our lives in our writing. Missy recently wrote about us having a discussion to establish our dynamic further by understanding our perspectives on certain issues; After all, we are evolving […]

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That’s when I fell for the…

The concept of leadership in my adult life has always interested me.  I am one of these people who gets seriously hacked off when I witness people in positions of authority passing themselves off as leaders.  Having authority does not make a leader, you just have authority.  Since my early twenties I’ve looked at people in […]

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Conflict

I read somewhere that ‘conflict is a natural part of the creative circle’ or words to that effect. I can agree with that in part, although there’s little creativity in not speaking, which is how a lot of conflict ends up with couples. I’m a strong  believer that you can work towards the avoidance of […]

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Negotiating (The big sit down)

For the past 20 years or more, negotiation has been a key element in my day job.  I’ve been fortunate enough to negotiate with some really nice people and equally I have dealt with people who you wouldn’t want to meet on a dark night.  Each encounter provided me with a learning experience which will, […]

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What’s the kick?

One of my favourite rituals is having Missy waiting in bed for me with the duvet pulled down to reveal her breasts. She does this every night because I like it.  A half naked woman has something special about her whether she be in bed, in jeans or just in knickers parading around. I looked […]

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Dom and Dommer

I read a post recently on dating alpha males. I should’t have been annoyed by it, as I think I am a very accepting person, however, it did. The author was trying to explain that Dominant men were the best types to date. It was all a little kink/romantic pulp fiction type view point, and […]

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“I’m a Sure Thing” (quote)

Recently, events changed the way I perceive my life.  The daily treadmill of working life stopped for a moment, sufficiently so to throw me off and then continue as if nothing had happened. The wheel turned and  I could only stand and watch.  An observer of modern industry at work in its foulsest form.  I […]

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