Going to my first munch in months!

Hello guys, so since I am on break from school until January I have a little bit of time to squeeze in for events. I have not been to an event since August I do believe. That's not for lack of trying though, it's just ridiculously hard when you don't have proper transportation. Self driving …

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A bridge too far

So, when I first joined The online fet kinky Community I was happily surprised to see how open-minded most of the people there were. At first I was a little hesitant because I was new and it was in lotta things I wasn't used to. For example, things like Age play, vomit, blood play, race …

Ipassion

Hello all my kinky darlins. I found this app I want to rave about! Its called ipassion and its a game to play with a partner. Think of it as the newly weds game. My big and I have been playing all weekend and we're addicted! I love all the questions because they make me …

Have a surprise!

Good morning guys! I would like to start off by saying today is a good day. I was allowed to have chocolate cake for breakfast! I have a surprise for all of my lovely beaters. Remember that podcast that fell by the wayside, I have restarted it and you can find it On apple and …

Black friday!

I have all kinds of deals! Tget on them while you still can! I really want unicorn sparkle however I am off to the emergency room again… Check them out here!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to all of my followers! I hope all of you have a lovely day filled with food and family. But mostly food! Since it's Thanksgiving, and it's 23 November, I am going to list 23 things I am thankful for. 1. My family: i'm thankful that I was the cutest one in the …

A Disabled Person Refused Your Help? Keep Calm And Carry On

This post is beautifully written!

Where's Your Dog?

Here’s an uncomfortable truth: one of the inescapable pitfalls of blindness is a lack of precision. Even with the help of a guide dog, no blind person is going to be as precise in their every movement as most sighted people. In familiar surroundings, we can dazzle people with our ability to navigate with grace, but take us outside our elements and we can flounder a little. It will take us a little more time to find door handles; locate a cup someone has just placed in front of us; connect with someone else for a handshake; retrieve a dropped object. There may be fumbling. There may be moments of awkwardness in which our questing hands are a quarter of an inch away from what we’re seeking—just enough to drive sighted people crazy—though we’ll always figure it out eventually, either on our own or by asking for specific assistance.
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