- Delve into the Dungeon
- State of Being
- Happy Endings
- Game Show Edition
- I’m Not Askin’…I’m Tellin’!
- TMI Tuesday: March 4, 2014
- Emotions – the Travis Bickle edition of TMI
- Name a Product . . .
- The Soundtrack of My Life
- Computer Love? I don’t think so . . .
- When Sex Meets Art And Vice Versa
- TMI Styled Permanent Vacation
- TMI Tuesday: April 22, 2014
- Fill in the Blanks
- You are Such a Character?
- Preparing the Body
- Pick One – Another Oddball TMI Tuesday
- Some things to think about
- School Days TMI Tuesday: June 24, 2014
- TMI Tuesday: July 1, 2014
- TMI Tuesday July 22, 2014
Some things to think about
1. Name something you always carry with you?
Dignity and pride in being who I am, as well as my personal integrity.
We came into this world naked, many of us will go out the same way. Wallets and ID’s can be forgotten, as can all possessions. Clothes can be stripped away. In the end, all possessions can be stripped, through divorce of legal proceedings.
But, there’s one thing I’ve certainly learned from my Serafina. That is, to carry that dignity and pride in who I am with me at all times as a part of my personal integrity. Knowing that I truly am on on the path to who I wish to be is priceless. I may always be a “work in progress”, but this “work” is a pretty good one already.
It costs me nothing, yet it’s rewards are many.
That dignity and pride in her role is part of what makes Serafina special as a slave. Her obvious positive attitude about what she does and how she serves, her extreme personal integrity, are an obvious core of who Serafina is, as a person and as a submissive.
I’d like to think a similar measure of integrity, dignity, and pride are part of what makes me special as a dominant a well.
2. Is there anyone on your mind at the moment? Who? Why?
Serafina is always on my mind.
Sinnja is also always on my mind.
Serafina is asleep in my bed as I write this. Sinnja is something on the order of eighty miles away until at least Thursday.
So, they are on my mind in different ways, yet I rarely do anything without thinking of them both. Because of the sort of intimate triad that we share, most every decision I make will impact the both of them in some way, just as the decisions and choices they make will impact me.
3. If you were to be remembered for one thing, what would it be?
I’d like to be remembered for my integrity.
I’d like to be remembered for the dignity and pride with which I carry myself.
I’d like to be remembered for the love I’ve shown, and the love I’ve inspired.
There are many other things that are commonly used to measure a man, however the traits I’ve listed are really the only ones that really matter to me.
4. Tell us something new that you learned in the last month?
Sciatica pain is a real bitch!
It’s changed my life dramatically in ways I’m not enjoying.
It’s the reason I’m awake at 3:30 AM writing, because atleast writing answers to TMI Tuesday can take my mind off the pain.
I’ve been walking between two and five miles a day with the decent weather we’ve been having the last few weeks. Walking is the only time my back feels remotely tolerable.
5. What are you pretending not to know? Why?
If I told you then I wouldn’t be pretending any longer – would I?
Actually, I do have a question or two for Sinnja. But, they are things I need to ask her in person, so disclosing any questions here would be counterproductive.
Yes, overall I am quite happy with how I am perceived. Of course there are exceptions.
I think some folks in the local community think I’m aloof.
I’m actually far more shy than aloof, but that’s sometimes hard for people to see and understand.
7. Are you generally focused on today or tomorrow?
Tomorrow may never come. For some people alive today, that’s literally true. At best, we are all temporarily able bodied, we never know if injury or human frailty will lay us low.
So I focus on today.
Bonus: How do you eat Oreos? Which method best matches your Oreo cookie eating style?
a. Pick it up, bite into it.
b. Twist it open, eat each half separately
c. Twist it open, eat the frosting, then eat each chocolate cookie half separately.
A- I pick it up and eat the Oreo the same as any other cookie.
Boring . . . . I know.
But that’s me in a nutshell, boring and aloof. Unless, that is, you really know me.
Then it’s a different story!