Posts Tagged ‘Victorian’

The correspondence began here. Dear Miss Carlisle, How quickly things come to pass. I can scarcely write and yet I must. I had expected a normal reply to my last missive and indeed as you know I was quite apprehensive about us meeting given our previous discussion. Your note arrived quite unexpectedly and as promised I […]


The correspondence began here. My Dear Miss Carlisle In the matter regarding our mutual friends I am of course at your disposal and if I may say so without sounding too indelicate, I can hardly wait. Would it be too presumptuous to ask what the next stage in her education might entail? I do hope you […]


The correspondence began here. Dear Amelia, Remember now that I am at hand to take you to task for all missteps and sins. Your allusions to taking to your bed to pursue improprieties while dwelling on sinful thoughts I scarce can believe you would put to paper. Needless to say I will deal with you this […]


The correspondence began here. My Dearest Miss Carlisle, On reading your last letter I took to my bed in a near faint, and entertained quite shameful and unworthy thoughts, all concerning Ruth and your dealings with her. Propriety forbids that I should say more but suffice to say you should soundly spank me when next we […]


Vintage Sunday

01Mar20

The correspondence began here. Dear Amelia, So much to discuss, perhaps best left to our next meeting, especially the matter regarding your behaviour. Have no fear, you have not displeased me and I would soon enlighten you most vigorously when if you had. You did make one salient point. Indeed a simple spanking was too lenient […]


  The correspondence began here. My Dear Miss Carlisle, That little witch Mary has not given me so much as a glance that would suggest that she has the least inkling about our arrangement. As for Miss Dandridge, I shall never be able to look her in the eye again. My face burns more even than […]


  The correspondence began here. Dear Miss Carlisle, As I write this I am standing at my writing desk pen in one hand while the other cannot but stray to my behind where my skirts still chafe me. If it wasn’t for the Mary I would be risk the indecorous state of doing without my draws […]


  The correspondence began here. Dear Miss Carlisle, On receipt of your letter my tummy turned somersaults and I must confess I felt a little sick. I truly did not mean to fail my imposition; I do hope you can forgive me. Please find enclosed the corrected and extended document. It took me all Sunday afternoon […]


  The correspondence began here. Dear Amelia, Thank you for your letter and you were wise to amend the description of our encounter, I would have indeed been disappointed otherwise. Clarity of word is clarity of thought, how else are we to learn? Sadly the school room lines were less adequate. I counted only 198 lines […]