Sir’s office has a blog. He works for a non-profit and they are trying to connect with clients, so he and his co-works do posts from time to time discussing environmental issues. He hasn’t had a ton of time to keep up with them, and I have been trying to feed him ideas. My basic message has been: write what you know. If you are trying to attract clients, write about things that you know they care about. We have kids and a dog, write about how the environmental changes affects those two things.
So I considered writing a blog post about all the kinky stuff I know. How much I love bondage and what I know about all the lovely sex toys that I enjoy. But I have realized something, I know very little. Despite our three and half years of playing with BDSM in our relationship, I would be lying if I said I really knew what I was talking about.
I know what works for us. Or at least what we are currently trying.
I yelled (nicely) from the living room to ask him to bring me a drink. He did.
Me: Thank you, Sir.
Sir: Don’t worry, you’ll pay for it later.
I was instantly wet. See, it works.
And I can write about how much I kind of like flirting with guys on Twitter. Not that I will actually sleep with any of them (maybe one or two someday 😛 ). It makes Sir very territorial, which makes him all kinds of grabby and hitty. So win/win for me.
I guess this is just a public service announcement to let you know that while I will blather about all manner of things, I am an expert in very little. History (specifically British) and organization are the only things I could really claim knowledge of. And that wouldn’t be a very good sex blog.
So rather than write what I know, I will let you learn from all the mistakes of what I don’t know. With that method, I will be writing this blog for years to come. May my continued failures bring entertainment and education to you all.
Now, I have to go pay for my ‘free’ drink from earlier.