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Taking off for Manhattan, NYC; Providence, RI; and Boston Mass.!

Packing my business clothes, personal clothes, toys and tools.  So many lists to check and recheck.

Manhattan, Midtown East.  October 29 to November 3 (end sessions at Noon)

Providence, Rhode Island.  November 3 to November 4 (end sessions at Midnight)

Boston, Mass. , Downtown.  November 5 to November 9 (end sessions at Noon)


I require a $100 deposit (non-refundable) to reserve my time on tour.  This can be paid with gift cards on Amazon.






I visited Washington DC and Philadelphia in October!

It was hot in DC in October for about 4 days before turning reasonable.  That was a shocker.  I was there October 8 to October 14.  Thank you for the wonderful welcome!  My calendar was full.  It was a very fun and successful tour.


I took the Regional on Monday to Philadelphia, enjoyed the colder weather October 15 to October 19.  I was able to enjoy lots of fun play and visit my best girlfriend, Astra on Thursday while I was there.


My highlight is most likely an unfair pick because I did the session with Astra. lol.


I have a long time (we go back to the beginning of my pro-submissive career which is 12 years) sploshing client, Al.  When I met Al, he would book a hotel room close to me, completely Dexter it in  heavy plastic including rolling towels up, placing like a row of logs on the coffee table and covering this in plastic.  This would be my table.  We learned through the exploration to stick to all sweets with maybe maple baked beans or savory but not mix. ugh.

So there I was, enjoying my sessions, having a break thinking about seeing my girlfriend, Astra, the next day, wondering what would we do together that would be fun?  And the phone rang.  It was Al, Thursday was his birthday and would I do sploshing with him?  Astra had introduced me to spoloshing, so, I explained I had promised to spend my day with her and could she come along?  He said yes, she was delighted.  OMG, what fun.  Astra directed the scene.  Messy, cold at times, cream pies, chocolate sauce, strawberry syrup, pool of slime, ooooooooooooh.  It was fantastic fun for all involved.

I love my life.

What makes something “good entertainment’?

I just saw three movies, “The Book Club”, “Colette” and “Ocean’s Eight”, all of which I would say were chick flicks, although “Colette” would say probably would like a larger audience.  

I thought “Colette” was good, I learned about a female author I did not know of, her life, her struggles at the turn of the century and into the 1900’s.  I was entertained, I was educated about the subject, the story was interesting but at the end I was was not in that space of telling all my friends what a great little flick this was and you should go see it.

I enjoyed “The Book Club” and while the story was enjoyable, I was more fascinated by the actors, how they looked in their mature years comparitively and that I hadn’t seen Don Johnson in years in anything.  Yes, I laughed, yes, it was escape worthy but no, I wouldn’t tell my friends to check out this flick.


“Ocean’s 8” was wonderful.  Yes, you should check out that flick.  I loved the story.  I found myself routing for the team.  I was worried it might not work out for them.  No, I didn’t figure out the whole deal.  No, I was not focused on the actors, I saw their characters.  Yes, there are lines I just loved such as: “No, that’s a Him, I don’t want a Him.  A Him gets noticed, a Her gets ignored. And for once, we’d like to be ignored.”  Yes, another friend told me to check out this flick.


So, I am sitting here pondering what made “Ocean’s 8” better?  They were all fun.  They all had good stories, Ocean’s 8 was a bit more complex. Costumes?  Colette was excellent in style.  Ocean’s 8 had flare and was spot on in my opinion.  I really didn’t notice the style in The Book Club.  I really don’t have an exact answer as to why one film makes you want to share it with all your friends and others don’t, except that the  phenomenon happens.


Thanks, Tony, for the tip.  It was great!