Picture Day

Enjoying posing with two whips.

It was about his bedtime. Her Subject was tired ready to pass out.

“Come on, just one more picture. This pose,” Athena demanded.


  1. Her Subject
    Oct 8, 2017

    We only opened a small part of our kink to few selected friends. They thought it’s funny and get a kick out of it.

    We only played Pop Quiz and bratty faces as blogged here. We haven’t done them since. After the children go to sleep, we can’t stay awake ourselves. We rarely have our own time. We could, but it’s our own choice not to have it.

    We are extremely lucky that our children are a little bit ahead musically, so we spend a lot of time nurturing that.

  2. Frank Dracman
    Oct 8, 2017

    I really appreciate bloggers such as yourself who are putting your stories out there. I have no such interesting stories personally, so I need to live vicariously through you. 🙂 I do understand what you mean about kids being a colossal time suck. There is only one child in my house, but special needs, so there you go.
    I do have a few thoughts as I have caught up on the blog and twitter feed.
    It seems that you have been open about your new FLR with some of your friends. How did that go over with them?
    Although I am sure you have probably given it a try, but for amnesia and hidden triggers, have you tried a variation of the Pop Quiz game, but just making it a separate game that never ends?
    Also, I'm sure that you have found mcstories.com Over there is a nice story by the author wiseguy called Fan Mail, where the author also has issues with hypnotic amnesia and they work it out. The method used might work for you and Athena.
    One last question. Do you have any more stories about Athena playing with you like some of your earlier entries about Pop Quiz and the bratty faces? She wasn't the only who found them entertaining.
    Thanks for your writing about this.

  3. Her Subject
    Oct 8, 2017

    Thank you for commenting, Frank.

    Referring myself as a third person is solely to make it more interesting literarily, nothing more. I saw it on a diary and found it quite appealing.

    I haven’t had triggers that I don’t recall. Amnesia rarely works for me. When it doesn’t work, I don’t blog about it. When it works, it’s usually not a complete blackout. The memory is dreamy and incoherent; I can’t be sure what happened.

  4. Frank Dracman
    Oct 8, 2017

    Ijust found your blog, it's quite entertaing and inspiring. If you don't mind, I have a couple of questions.
    First, did Athena direct you to start referring to yourself as "her subject"?
    Next, seeing as how the amnesia is starting to work on you, has she started giving you triggers you can't recall, but only obey?
    Please keep up with this blog, it's wonderful.

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