Monday, December 27, 2010

We survived Christmas - and Boxing day

Well, we survived xmas without too many catastrophes, diseases or arguments - unlike the 3000+ people who have been hassling my poor Handler and his colleagues in the NHS (who are bravely dealing with a record number of calls about flu and indigestion *without* slamming the phone down on the idiots - despite them being hugely understaffed and under-funded, *and* Him having to work over the Holiday period far from His partner or His pup and any of the warmth and love it would try to give Him...)

It's also been over a week since the thermometer rose above -2c - and many nights it's been below -10c - we've also had 2 foot of snow and the odd day of freezing fog - so i'm very happy to be able to be at home with the fire crackling in the grate...  The bad weather also meant that my partner's family had to cancel their planned week-long xmas visit with us - so we've had a very welcome quiet week, stuffing ourselves on cake and mince-pies and playing lots of PlayStation ;))

That said - we did venture out onto the icy roads yesterday to attend a private Druid ceremony at midday in Stonehenge (even though we're Witches, not Druids - but we do organise and lead public 'pan-pagan' Ceremonies with our local Arch Druid, and this invite was a way for her to say 'thanks').

Despite multiple layers of thermals, spandex and leather - *and* a stout woollen cloak! - it was *still* brass-monkey freezing - and yes, my tits *were* as cold as the proverbial... ;)  Still - it was good to welcome the Sun's return - and an interesting experience to see the Stones in the snow and ice, instead of Midsummer as we normally do -...

Best of all - Solstice past, the sun now starts to roll back towards the light, and we follow with it towards the New Year to come. Here's hoping it's a year filled with many puppy-play opportunities to regale you all with!

Friday, December 24, 2010


Ah well - i guess it *is* Christmas tomorrow, and one *is* expected to do something dumb for it. So how's about a very old photo of Geoff and i from over 10 years ago... ;)

Best wishes to everyone - may you thoroughly enjoy whatever Seasonal festivities you partake in!!

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Thoughts for last-minute-pressies

Being both a vegatarian and a pagan-pup, this dog doesn't really 'do' xmas (although it does go fairly wild for Solstice... ;)) ) - but just in case *you* do the whole present thing, here's a couple of thoughts for the Man (or dog) in your life:


Stompers Boots is doing an appeal: they've been hit hard by the recession and desperately need people to spend some hard cash on Big Boots from them - so why not give the Man you love a gift voucher: He may reward you by letting you clean 'em afterwards... ;)


Invincible is having a 25% sale - and it lasts until Dec 31st!! Their range is about the best this dog has ever found - and they also now offer over 15 different colours of latex...  So why not treat Your dog to a bit of rubber this year? - You just might appreciate how horny and receptive it makes him...


Finally - Utilikilts are also having a 33% sale on their discontinued stock - with deals on Mockers in Black, Olive, Tan, and Heather Grey, and Originals in Tan and Green Camo. Functional, accessible, sexy - what could be better for Christmas...?


Whatever you decide: here's hoping it's a good one for all concerned - and the Season's Greetings to you :)

Thursday, December 09, 2010

Puppy tag - redux

A while back i did a post which featured some of my design thoughts for a 'puppy-pride' flag, suitable for being etched onto a dog-tag. Since then, my good friend Hooten has been doodeling, and has come up with a really nice design, which i'd like to share:

Copyright Hooten Haller 2010

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Remember - and learn

Today is world AIDs day - as if you haven't noticed the red ribbons over all the gay sites...! It's a day to remember all of those we know who have passed - and the many who are thankfully still living and surviving.

But in a time when infection rates and STDs are still rising - particularly amongst the younger members of our community - it is also a time to redouble education and awareness raising. So why not make a visit to one of the many support group sites and information services, and see what you can do to help - and if you're in the UK, why not donate via the National AIDS Trust.

Stay safe!
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