Archive for the ‘spanking’ Category

Vintage Sunday

08Dec19

Still on it…

06Dec19

Sorry there was no community page or story this week. I blame this girl.


I seem to have an ever growing list of things that need my attention and the blog is taking third or even fourth place at the moment. I hope to have a Community tomorrow and another Letters to My Governess shortly. In the Service of the Wolf is almost ready… Thanks to everyone who has […]


Vintage Sunday

01Dec19

Community

28Nov19

A bit rushed this week, for a change and late. Sorry about that. i was working all day yesterday and into the night. Ronnie has another list of new and established blogs and other sites. The images this week were found at: Dallas, James Stephenson, Devlin, and Contemporary Life.


The correspondence began here. Dear Amelia, You most assuredly may not call me Miss Jane. As your former governess I may permit some familiarity at your concession; that is only appropriate. But to allow reciprocation undermines the difference in our station. Again you may be thankful that I am not engaged professionally in your regard. The […]


Vintage Sunday

24Nov19

A Mixed bag this week. Woodstock from the 1960s, a 1970s images with 1940, 1890 and 1930.


The correspondence began here. Dear Amelia, I see that you at least learned something and it was after all just a small slip. But do remember to address the world with confidence and own the truth. As you know I cannot stand meek and retiring women. You are no longer the child you once were […]


The correspondence began here. Dear Amelia, If you are going to quote from a book, even mine, then do so correctly. I believe I wrote: “There is nothing so good for a girl as a thorough birching on the completely bare bottom.” Were you being coy or just sloppy? Perhaps you have forgotten my other […]


Community

20Nov19

  I haven’t had a lot of time this week (so what else is new?) but I did come across a little anecdote which I am sharing here because of the Guile (mowing lawn) art found on the Spanking Emporium and it is halfway to being an illustration. The anecdote was found at Quora and […]