When I was setting up my website I made a decision to not have an online calendar – mainly because I see so many online that are either not very active and/or not maintained. So I concluded that my having one was too much trouble.
Super Bowl 50 is in less than two weeks, and one can already see significant impacts here in San Francisco.
Traffic is gridlocked downtown by a series of road closures (which will be in force through February 12th) as they build Super Bowl City, a giant promotional complex for the game at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara – which is nearly 50 miles away. And hotel prices are climbing rapidly – to the point where a three star downtown hotel will likely start at $300 a night for Super Bowl 50 weekend.
It’s the time of year when many people set themselves resolutions – usually to change their lives for the better.
I seem to be traveling rather a lot lately. In part because I seem to have collected a stable of regular slaves and sissies who are in Southern California or even further afield. And in part because I have a bunch of lovers and friends who are “working away” – where they find it difficult to get much time off, so the only way I can spend time with them is by visiting.
I grew up in London in an education system that in some respects was somewhat old-fashioned. It prioritized grammar and spelling over “expression”. And it didn’t always serve the needs of the less capable students very well. If you were academically capable (as I was) then you could shine, but if you were not so much so, then the system largely ignored you – and left you to your own devices.
I had a rather lovely session yesterday with a visiting New Yorker (no names – but I know he reads my blog). That was enhanced even more when the domme who runs the dungeon space joined us for a half hour or so as we were winding up. I suspect that sometimes submissives have a whole set of fantasies about two dommes – but when faced by two powerful experienced domes might find it a bit too much. But in this case we had a really good connection and an awesome experience.
I am recovering today from a very busy and intense weekend at Folsom (the Street Fair here in San Francisco – not the city in the Central Valley) where I went to a couple of pre-events, the main event itself on Sunday afternoon, and an after-party.