The topic for this time on Tell Me About … is PATIENCE, but first I would like to thank all of you who linked up posts about Kink the last time. Kink itself is such a wide area that it meant no two posts were similar which was really nice and I enjoyed learning more about how each person approached their kinks. I realise that everyone is busy, but if you have the time to comment on posts too, that is always encouraging for those who have written them and much appreciated.
This week I would like to highlight the post Were We Always Kinky? by Lilly. In her post Lilly examines the ways she and Mr E were and weren’t kinky, concluding that the real kink came later. However, she does highlight the fact that the signs were there and this is evident in the images she shares from 20 years ago If you haven’t read Lilly’s post yet then you should head over and check it out.
Patience is a virtue and not without good reason so this time we are asking you to Tell Us About it. Patience can be hard when you are excited to do all of the kinky things but going slowly can be really important. How does patience work for you? Are you a naturally patient person who is happy to go at a pace which is sensible or have you had to learn to wait for the things that are worth it? Post your thoughts and then use the linky tool to add your post the the prompt.
Please share your thoughts about patience and then link for us here on Tell Me About…
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This topic will close at 12pm on Saturday April 10th