It’s still sub-zero here and even my wifi is COLD! I like snow but this latest is ….. hmmmmmm ….. ENOUGH!
I woke up this morning to a delightful blog comment about my NEW Wish List and I have gifts *hidden* so that they will be a surprise!
OH OH OH and I do adore surprises …. well, I love them when they’re the good kind of surprise! ~laughs~ This is the exact opposite of the surprise email I got when Amazon deleted my wish list. BLEH.
Thank you so much for the surprises coming! A special thank you shout out to you and you and you who are always so great to play with. ~smiles~ Peterteasetoy you have outdone yourself with the Serenity and Inara figures! Go BrownCoats …. if you haven’t seen Serenity, that’s a geek nod to a great series that I love and miss. Nikki, you always thrill me with your creativity, passion and oh yes our shopping adventures! ~grinz~ Thank you!
I’m going to get some more hot tea and try and thaw my fingers. Ohhhhhhh….maybe some hot sex will warm me up? Want to be my hand warmer?
Spend STEAK and #BJ day https://bit.ly/1hfh1gt with #PhoneSex Mistress Cooper LOL thinking of naughty steak puns
Chop.Chop. No time to baste. Not calling Ms. Cooper would be a pig missed steak. Beat your meat and dry rub your chub with LDW phone sex, it’s the Wiener’s Circle of adult entertainment.
It’s rare to find the phone sex medium so well done.
Best of all it’s 110% all natural.
No antibiotics. (Well there was that one time with Ms. Viv in Honk Kong)
No hormones. (Ms. Cooper is a lady. Any moans on her part will be very classy)
Can’t meat the right Mistress? Lettuce know, we have vegan Mistresses as well!
(Sorry to be prime ribbing you Ms. O and butchering your blog, I veal this this is the wurst thing I’ve ever written. Ribeye for now.)
Sir Loin ….
to borrow a line from Ruth’s Chris …. you are the home of some serious wordplay (seriously the way to my heart is smart conversation!).
I started laughing so hard and I’m still laughing…having blown up poor Ms Coopers twitter feed as I sent her each and every line! Oh and then I also posted it on her Steak and Blow Jobs day post on the Daily Cock.
THANK YOU! I do love to laugh!
I just want to tell you how beautiful you are. I don’t know how you acheive so many different “looks” but you are so beautiful in all of them.
quick question. What happen to Ms Layla?
Love & Huggs
~waves~ Hi malissa …. thank you so much! 🙂 Nothing happened with Ms Layla….I can’t find the blog she did or I’d send you the blog link…but she’s overseas right now and away from the phones. She’s planning on coming back to LDW Group when she gets back stateside and I can’t remember when that’s supposed to be but she got a great opportunity to have some world travel — and who wouldn’t jump on that? ~grinz~
Shiny! Go Browncoats!
Oh, and I have something hot that you can warm your hands on, Ms. Olivia!
~laughs~ I know, right? And, of course, Inara is near and dear to my heart for obvious reasons! THANK YOU peter tease toy!
*squirm* You’re welcome Cap’n tight panties!
Yes, the way that they portray Inara’s profession is brilliant and she does have an aura of powerful female sexuality about her!
Oh yes peterteasetoy! Inara is a strong woman unashamed of her sensual sexuality … one of the very few times in media culture when this is done *right.* While there are a variety of experiences among sex workers …. there ARE those of us who are out and proud and very strong in our sense of value and self. That isn’t the usual way of media portrayal and one of the reasons why I fell in love with Firefly!
Exactly, Ms. Olivia!
You can tell that Inara brings a sexual presence to her scenes and it is wonderful to have such a sexually strong woman portrayed in the series.
AND, peter tease toy, one of the many things that I adore about Inara is that she is not only strong but honorable and very clear in her communication. It’s a *dance* when one does what I do and she portrayed doing … one that the media so often covers with a sort of ‘broad brush’ that always misses the nuances (duh, that’s the reason they call it a broad brush!) ~laughs~
*squirm* Oh yes, communication is very important! And I suspect that in real life Inara would be even more communicative, with subtle body language and smells, than you can’t pick up on the TV screen. You’ll be aware of the aura of her strong, feminine sexuality whenever you were near her.
And I do adore your ‘nuances’ Ms. Olivia!
~laughs~ Nuances…..like……..this? *turns slightly and lifts up the side of my skirt to show some bare leg! ~grinz~
*squirms and throbs* Yes, your refinements are quite captivating Ms. Olivia! *adjusts erection*
~giggles~ at peter tease toy! My ahhhhhhem……refinements are….refined! ~wink~
*squirm* Oh yes your rectifications and your, erm, *squirm* redresses, are a sweet delicacy Ms. Olivia!
*strokes the font of my panties* and *smiles* at peter…..a sweet delicacy peter?….should I let the tease toy have a taste? *eyes crinkle as I smile at you* hmmmmmm? Nope! More teasing I think! ~smiles~
*squirms and stiffens as I watch your fingers* then *licks lips in anticipation* Oh! …Okay Ms. Olivia!
*hopes that playing with a tease toy will get you SO excited, that you be needing me to have a taste, and adjusts my erection at the thought*
Keep adjusting that erection peter tease toy! I like to see you squirm! ~grinz~
*squirm* Yes Ms. Olivia, I have noticed that about you!
LOL @ peter tease toy!
I aim to misbehave.
~laughs~ That’s MY line! I’m MISS-behavin’ …. ~grinz~
It’s a funny thing about gifts … true gifts, with no expectations attached. They tell us sooooo much about the receiver.
Tells me you have a wonderfully empathetic and sensitive depth … that you feel gratitude and not entitlement … that you’re confident but not arrogant. That you’re not afraid to be vulnerable and give voice to your feelings.
And much more, Mistress. There is so much sub-text wrapped up beneath your thank you.
I choose you.
Yeah, and I’d warm up those fingers for you anytime. 😉 Please!!! Would begging help … Mistress? Begging is definitely on the menu.
Hey, I subscribe to something called brain pickings … it’s a great blog and I was just reading this yesterday … it speaks to the vulnerability you mention. Take a look!
Thanks for the link Mistress.
I’m sooooo there. That roller coast-ish life I mentioned? Well, it has taught me things I could never have learned any other way. I have a natural talent for understanding people. Always have had that. But the turmoil molded that talent well beyond mechanical understanding. I hate sounding woo woo spiritual, because people don’t understand. They look at me funny when I talk of it. But it’s a fact. The tragedies in my life heve blessed me with so much empathy and compassion for others … I see people now … I see our connection … I know we’re one with each other and one the universe, inseparable. Not just an idealistic wish … I KNOW. We harm another, we harm ourselves. We help one another, we help ourselves.
Mistress, I was blessed to have my life fall apart. Truly … Blessed.
It’s why I’m so eager to get up to do my work everyday. Getting paid for my work is such a distant second. I’m not religious … at all, not a superstitious bone in my body … but I have been blessed … my eyes have been opened.
Okay, Mistress. Cut that out. You’ve brought tears to my eyes.
WOW! I knew we were a good *fit* because I too believe that some of the best experiences start out as the worst of experiences…..after all, EVENTS are just events, right? It’s the attitude and outlook that an individual brings to the event that matters to the quality of the experience.
Personally, I either bring or GENERATE an attitude of gratitude.
Sometimes it’s easier than at other times … but, I have learned that simply having a *pity party* ruins current life events and blocks the energy from changing to amazing (or at least tolerable) life events.
Life is like the weather, it WILL change and be changable … so, the quality of life is lived (moment to moment) with joy created inside of whatever the actual event/circumstance is.
I was just talking with someone the other day and suggested she read, Victor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning. (She was about to go to a very powerful/emotional museum in Washington, DC).
I believe each person (probably) has the capacity for resilience accessed by gratitude….but not everyone is willing to DO the internal work to get there. I have worked so fucking HARD to develop this in myself I have compassion for (but not inexhaustible patience for) those that aren’t willing to do the work to get to gratitude.
I love that you language that you feel blessed by your “life falls apart” sections. THANK YOU for that!
I don’t know why some can do the work while others can’t. I do know that it was actually harder for me to have gratitude … true gratitude … when life was easy. It’s so hard to have empathy. Why doesn’t she just eat less? Why is that idiot smoking? Why doesn’t he just get a job?
So easy to be self righteous. Maybe there’s an underlying fear that were all the same. Maybe a guilt. Like when we try not to meet the gaze of a homeless person and pray for the light to change soon. We don’t really want to see.
I’m reminded of the old Gordon Lightfoot lyrics about “high steppin strutters who land in the gutter.” I’m grateful for my time in the gutter. How strange is that?
I’m also grateful for being out of it of course! Grateful to be a rainy day person.
Oh, and I’m SERIOUSLY grateful to have an upcoming appt with you! 🙂
~laughs~ Did I say “true gratitude?” For me, I sometimes can’t get to “true gratitude” when life is being exceptionally lifelike. I’m sure not Pollyanna. Nope …. there’s a certain fun-ness to life when life is easy and it’s ‘easy’ to be grateful but the real test of character is in the ability to ‘fake it till I make it.” By that I mean, consciously source gratitude as a choice rather than a feeling. Brain studies have shown that for the brain chemistry the “gratitude choice” is just as effective as the ‘feeling’ and then with conscious choice the feeling often follows.
Through my own life, I’ve experienced just how HARD it is to “choose gratitude” so I DO have empathy for those that can’t/won’t/don’t do the work to do that …. I might not want to be around a troubled person when I’m on low energy myself … but, I get it and can empathy from afar.
That’s a tad different from self righteous … which got cured in me after some serious life slam dunks.
BUT, I also learned the valuable lesson of the life preserver. You’ve heard the analogy, right? If someone is drowning and screaming for help, stay on the shore and toss the drowning person a life preserve on the end of a rope and then help them to shore. The person in the water must grab on, hold on and help. If the drowning person won’t grab the life preserver then it’s doesn’t do either of us much good if I jump in the water to “keep him company in his distress” because then there’s no lifeline to shore. The “keeping company while drowning” might feel like support for about 2 seconds but ultimately both people are wrecked. I’ve learned not to jump in the water.
I LOVE rainy day people! Without the rain, there’s no flowers! Thank you for making me think all this because it’s a good reminder to me to “source gratitude”
and I’m not so “evolved” that I don’t need a reminder. ~laughs~ Of course, baseball season is about to begin and I’m a Mets fan, so I might get grumpier as the season stretches on. ~laughs~
I soooooo agree.
Any lifeguard can tell you, jumping in the water is the last resort. Codependency is a huge risk in any helping field.
I do some coaching with a few budding entrepreneurs. Sometimes they want me to “do” for them but that won’t work for them or me. They have to do their own work. That’s how we learn. Jumping in the water on something like that would only create a dependency … not a healthy outcome.
Well, I hope the Mets win the series for you! But, if they don’t … and you get grumpy … will you promise to take out your frustrations on me? 😉 Pretty please Mistress?
BTW, I sent you a little Mets thingy to keep you warm. Looks like the season might be over by the time it arrives though! LOL. Seriously, that stuff has had enough time to circumnavigate the globe several times over by now.
Aw Mistress. Time for me to get some sleep now but I hope to hear your live voice soon … very soon!
I sent you a private email thank you but I’ll also say it here….THANK YOU so much for that Met’s blanket and since we got snow here this past weekend, it came in so handy! Imagine that SNOW on the start of the MLB season. pfffffftttttttt THANK YOU so much for your generosity and the surprise!
It’s me who should be thanking you. It’s just little stuff and I enjoy your appreciation and happiness. Let’s just say, you make it easy.
Well … LOL … One thing on it’s way wasn’t on your wish list. It’s actually a gift TO you but FOR me! Pretty sure you won’t be able to help but laugh out loud when it shows up. 🙂
OH MY OH MY OH MY! ~laughs~
Did you send the riding crop? There was no note/name with the riding crop and I’m so curious!
MORE in a lovely and yummy email to you!
Well?, yeah. I sent it. Figured you could use it while you’re out riding. What? You don’t have a horse? No? Oh darn …
For the life of me, I can’t think of any other use for it …
~giggles~ Well, there WILL be some riding involved! And, I have LOTS of ideas! ~grinz~