On the move…

It’s been a week or so since I’ve blogged so here’s just a few bits from my life since…

My last week at The English Mansion was just as wonderful as the beginning. Loads of filth was captured on film for your viewing pleasure. Keep an eye on my clips store for exciting updates!

My next stop was a major Canadian city for just two nights. I didn’t announce my plan to go there & won’t bother mentioning it now. I didn’t want to be bombarded with session request emails since my time was already booked by a couple of good clients who had persuaded me to come there. I get tonnes of emails from all over the world from guys wanting me to visit their cities. I usually don’t ‘tour’ anymore. That means that even if I come to your city I won’t advertise that I’m taking sessions. Trying to coordinate a bunch of short sessions with guys I haven’t seen before is like herding kittens.

This trip a client booked the whole day + put me up in a 5 star hotel suite for the night (on my own). THAT is how you get me to come to your city: make it worth my while.

Mistress T in lingerie.

Enjoying 5 star luxury.

Now I am in Nova Scotia for a week or so. It’s a family visit. I wasn’t sure if I should blog about the purpose of my visit as it’s pretty un-sexy, but I guess it’s a part of life & a part many of you may be able to identify with. My favorite Uncle is losing his fight against cancer. I came home to see him for the last time.

My Uncle is an amazing man. When he had put 2 & 2 together & started to suspect my career had taken a turn from the vanilla…before I told the family that I was a Dominatrix…he shopped around for something to show he was accepting of anything. That he accepted & supported me, no matter what.

When I nervously confessed & explained what I was doing he presented me with a very kinky looking stainless steel instrument that was actually a veterinary syringe for giving animals medicine (see pic below) & a set of nipple clamps. Both he had picked up at a local thrift shop.

Mistress T in a nurses outfit.

The gift from my Uncle years ago, a kinky-looking stainless steel instrument.

He’s been one of my biggest personal fans & supporters. Not just being nonjudgmental but celebrating my choices & successes.

I will miss him very much.


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9 thoughts on “On the move…

  1. I’m so sorry to hear about your uncle Mistress T, I recently lost an uncle myself. It sucks how sometimes you have to lose someone to realize how much they meant to you. Wishing you and your family all the best.

  2. A battle against cancer is such a painful process for the person suffering it and for those who love him. I have had such experiences with relatives and friends, unfortunately. If the person we love turns out to be a remarkable and unique man, as your uncle seems to be, then the pain is even worse. I wish you and your family lots of strength. xoxo

  3. So sorry to hear about your uncle. Recently lost my dad to pancreatic cancer. It’s so cool he supported you. As long as you keep his memory close, he’ll never leave you. We’ll be thinking of you and your family.

  4. Sorry to hear about your uncle, a quote I like; “Everyone dies, but not everyone lives”. And your Uncle obviously does know how to do that. Hope your memories bring you comfort.

  5. It’s terrible to watch someone you care about end like this. The only (small) consolation seems to be that it allows everyone time to put their affairs in order in a way that more sudden ways of ending a life do not. He sound like someone you liked a lot and have many good memories of. You may prefer to remember him as he was. My thoughts are with you.

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