Recently, my good friend SpankCake and I were talking about blogs, and I said I struggle sometimes, trying to come up with new posts, not repeating stuff that’s already been discussed to death, etc. She suggested that for the slow news days, I might want to consider having a sort of “Throwback Thursday” or “Flashback Friday” post, where I talk about a fun favorite memory at random from my twenty years in this scene, maybe post older photos. I don’t think I’ll make it a regular feature, but rather I’ll throw one in when the mood strikes. Today, with so much sadness and ugliness going on in our country, I feel the need to look back to a happy time.
Many years ago, there was a Seattle spanking group, and several of their members used to come to the Shadow Lane parties. One of them was a man named Joe (not the same Joe as “DrLectr” Joe), and he was a wonderful player, very creative, did long, intense scenes. (He was cute, too.) The Seattle group stopped coming after a few years, but during their time there, I got to play with Joe many times.
One night, we were off in one of the suite bedrooms playing, and our scene had gone on and on and on until I was limp as wet laundry and blissfully happy. We were in aftercare mode, and Joe noticed that someone had left an unopened can of ice-cold soda on the nightstand. At the moment, no one else was in the room to claim it, so Joe picked it up and started rolling it back and forth, back and forth against my scalded butt. Oh myyyy… that felt so good.
Aaaaand then someone came in, approached us and looked pointedly at the soda in Joe’s hand. “Is this yours?” Joe asked, holding the can up. “Yes,” they replied.
Joe then smiled sheepishly, handed the can to them, and said, “I hope you don’t mind that your soda is now eighty-five degrees!”
I almost rolled off his lap and onto the floor, I was laughing so hard. Yeah, that soda was pretty much undrinkable at that point.
Searching back in the picture archives, here’s my favorite shot from “Naughty Secretaries Week Part 2,” from Shadow Lane, my very first video in 2000 (with the incomparable Keith Jones). I don’t know what Keith had said to make me laugh (or what the hell I was looking at up there), but I so love this. What a great day that was.
Have a great weekend, y’all. Be safe.