This is the debut of a new feature on The Cherry Red Report that is long overdue, Get Your Blog On, where we try to highlight some fine spanking blogs that are worthy of your attention — and comments. Some may already be on your link lists while others you may never have heard of.
The Little Red Schoolhouse is a wonderfully written blog by Abby, who offers thoughtful and thought-provoking and often humorous insights and essays on a wide range of issues related to our complex and erotic fetish.
Here’s an excerpt from a recent post:
“Sometimes during sex I see images in my eyelids. Most recently it was a mosaic of turquoise, rippling like stained glass under water. For a time it was a bare cherry tree, Japanese brush strokes stark against an expanse of white. When I was younger, I saw a ship with golden sails, distant against a gray horizon. I was often overcome with the beauty of the visions, but I never lost my place, my rhythm, or my partner. I’ve never been overcome with the occurences inside my own eyes.
“During a spanking, I see the swing of my husband’s arm in the corner of my eye. I see the rumpled tan of the comforter on bed, the speckled plaster on the library walls, the grain in the wood of the desk.
“If I’m bent over, wrists to ankles and hair in my eyes, I see glimpses of my bare toes curled or my reflection in the patent leather of my Mary Janes. I may see tears gather on the hardwood floor. I am present, whether I am counting or squirming or stamping my foot in defiance. I am anxiously awaiting that one stroke that takes me from wanton to weeping. I wouldn’t miss that moment for anything. . . .”
In addition, some brief glimpses of her exquisite fiction on her eclectic blog leave me completely intrigued…and hoping to read more naughty tales of sizzling and squirming posteriors.
Hope you can surf on over, sift through her top-notch blog posts and excellent archives. You can subscribe via email to this blog, which I highly recommend. If you visit, don’t forget to leave some comments. Enjoy!
(Please stay tuned for more “Get Your Blog On” blog spotlights in the new year…)