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A pretty Domme

We had a couple of starts to today. The first one was pretty unsuccessful. Mirinda’s iPhone had warned us that it would rain with thunder and lightning. While I wouldn’t generally believe what Mirinda’s little friend predicts, we only had … Continue reading

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Cafe culture

I remember the first time we came to Paris. Like the Americans yesterday, we thought everyone was rude and unpleasant. I’m pretty sure we’re used to that now because we love Paris. But sometimes, like this morning, I’ll sit in … Continue reading

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Loving it up in the chapel

Anyone who has been to Italy will know how noisy the traffic is. Italians are a loud lot – not that there’s anything wrong with that and it clearly shows great passion. This translates easily to the road where their … Continue reading

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