Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Kaelah's Corner (Dec 2019):
Preparing For The New Year

Yesterday and today we've been preparing for the New Year. Well, actually, Ludwig and I've been cutting some bushes. Switches, anyone?

We haven't put the twigs to use, though, except for creating this little New Year's greetings picture I have made. Have you got any (kinky) resolutions for 2020? I have only one, and that is to publish two posts per month on this blog on the average next year. I've managed to do that in the last four months but not in the first half of 2019.

As for the switches – I've put two specimen aside, after all it is always good to have some stock for the New Year. Which is a nice play on words, by the way, because "Stock" is, as the more regular readers of this blog are surely well aware, the German word for stick, like in Rohrstock (cane).

We wish all of you and your loved ones a happy and healthy New Year! May it be a good and peaceful one for all of us.

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Chain of Lights

Happy Holidays to all of you! Here are some results of a little light experiment Ludwig and I did today. I hope you enjoy them.


Sunday, December 1, 2019

Kaelah's Corner (Nov 2019):
An Unexpected Finding

I'm still in the process of sifting through my parents' legacy. With the two little ones, my job and all the other regular duties it will probably take me two or three more years to sort everything out properly and decide what to do with every little piece.

A few weeks ago I looked through old papers, from medical bills to old sports club magazines dating back to the Seventies. There was a kind of yearbook from an advanced training course, too, made by the participants as a memento when the course was over. I screened through the magazine and saw that it contained some cartoons about life as an office worker, too.

One of them caught my attention. It was definitely kinky (plus M/M!) and I absolutely hadn't expected to find something like that. I've scanned it in order to show it to you:

It says: „You're late again, Mr Bachmann. Now I have to make an example of you!“

I thought it was a cute little finding! And of course I wondered who had decided to put it in the yearbook. Maybe a like-minded kinkster?