Thursday, August 31, 2017

Kaelah's Corner (Aug 2017):
Still Alive

It's been a while (more than three month to be precise), but now we're back. In case some of you were wondering (did anyone?) why there haven't been any new posts on this blog until now – here is why: I have been ill for quite a long time, nothing serious but enough to put me out of action. Which means that Ludwig had to take over nearly all the responsibilities we normally share. That's why neither of us was able to write a post, reply to comments and the like.

There have also been changes in our community I didn't manage to comment on. The two most important ones for me: First, Erica Scott quit blogging. And then Pandora Blake announced that due to the mandatory age verification in the Digital Economy Bill she has decided to stop updating Dreams of Spanking and will focus on other tasks instead. You can read her post about that decision here. The clips that already exist can still be viewed (these are the ones featuring Ludwig and me) but there won't be any new content. I find both changes very sad. Even though I didn't find the time anymore to comment a lot, Erica's blog was one of the few I still read regularly. And I loved what Pandora was doing, even so much that Dreams of Spanking was the only professional spanking porn site I ever did a real shoot with (not counting my rather spontaneous guest appearance at the SM Circus).

Well, so at least a few things haven't changed for the better during my absence. At least now I am feeling better and although Ludwig and I still have to make up leeway in many fields, I am positive that there will be regular updates again on this blog from now on.

The first post I am planning to write will be a blogiversary post (now it's eight years already!). Then I will solve the riddle of the marks on my legs which I showed you in this picture. And finally a very interesting discussion was raised by the commenters on my last post. As some of you observed correctly, it was the first time I casually showed my breasts in one of my pictures. So my third post will be on my thoughts about that subject.

For now, I just wanted to tell you that Ludwig and I are still here and explain why we have gone quiet for so long. We will be away for a few days (I definitely need a holiday, now that I am on the mend), but then normal posting will continue.


Gustofur said...

Kaelah, I did miss your posts and I am very glad that you are back. Sorry to hear that you were ill. You are lucky to have Ludwig to care for you. Actually, Lugwig is lucky to have you to care for. I am looking forward to the blogs you have on your agenda. Take care of your health.

Bob S said...

Welcome back. Glad you are feeling better.

Spearthrower said...

Kaelah: sorry to hear that you have not been well. But Great to see you posting. Missed the blog!

Anonymous said...

Dear Kealah. Great that you are back and most important that you are well. Looking forward to read your blog and see new pictures.

jimisim said...

Pleased you're back, and I hope you are fully recovered.

Kaelah said...

@ Gustofur:
Thank you very much for your kind words! I am indeed glad that I have Ludwig, he helped me a lot during my illness!

@ Bob S:
Thank you!

@ Spearthrower:
I missed blogging, too. Thank you!

@ canelover:
Thanks a lot. I look foward to publishing new posts and pictures. It will possibly take another week or two, though, until the first post is ready.

@ jimisim:
At least I am feeling much better already! Thank you. :-)

Anonymous said...

Are you both OK? You took a 3 month break, then you said you were back and another month has gone past.

Wondered if you both were alright?

All the best.

Kaelah said...

@ Anonymous:
Thank you very much for caring and for your kind question! Ludwig and I are alright, but as I wrote in my new post that went online yesterday, we had a medical emergency in the family that took up our entire attention. Fortunately the situation has eased up a bit by now. Still, it seems that this is one of the times in life when one unexpected event after the other takes place which makes it really difficult to focus on the normal daily life activities. Let's hope life gets more a bit more quiet during the last months of the year.