For far too long, I lived being ashamed of too many things and worrying far too much about what others think. I can’t do that anymore.

I am on a journey of self discovery. One of listening to me. One of acceptance. One of love.

My self discovery has lead to a level of vulnerability with my husband I didn’t know was possible. We have shared our lives for over 24 years, and are flourishing living a power exchange dynamic.ย This love is soul deep and all-encompassing, the thing in this life that sustains me. It is sacred.

Along this road I’ve found the creative voice I thought I’d lost. My love and life with my husband inspires me to write about love, sex and sexuality, wholeness, and the deepest kind of connection on this earth.

I’m here to share my voice. My love. This is my diary.



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  1. I love your entry about being flexible in a changing relationship and how it feels to not understand the changes. Everything you wrote describes how I feel but could not articulate.
    Thank you for that.
    I sent a copy to my Master (well we are on another break because I can’t handle some things). But I think we may try again for the 6th or 20th time…lol
    I hope you’re still out there to chat sometime. I have nobody to discuss the dynamic with and it’s so comforting to read others feel what I feel.
    I look forward to hear more about you and your relationship.

    • Hi, Lisa! I’m still here and thank you for your kind words. I didn’t have a single soul to talk to when this all began, so I started a blog and here I am!

      I am always happy to chat, feel free to stop by any time.

  2. Hello, I found your blog and enjoy it. And I just wanted to say I so relate. My Husband and I have been married 20 years. And we have had our ups and downs. I have always been a bit submissive, but for the last year we have been living it 24/7. We have always loved each other but we were slowing losing ourself a bit and now we have found each other again. Its been a great year exploring each other and becoming closer.

    • Hi, Rachel! I’m happy you’re here. I love meeting others on a similar path, so thank you for reaching out!

      I’m so happy to hear your relationship is flourishing. That’s a lovely way to put it….that you’ve found each other again. Us too, more deeply than ever before. It’s unbelievable, isn’t it?


  3. How wonderful to find you and your blog. I’ve been married for 23 happy years and whilst I consider myself to have had a blessed life, still struggle with every day anxieties, worries and life in general though I try and remain upbeat and positive about life. After all, we only get one shot at it. Look forward to getting to know you through your blog.

    • Hi, Miriam! Thank you for introducing yourself! It’s lovely to meet you and I look forward to getting to know you through your blog as well.

    • Good morning, Calen. I’m happy to have found your blog! I’ll be hoping around yours as well. I loved your ‘about’ page, too. I’m excited to read more about your journey.

  4. This resonates so very deeply within me. In my quest to provide for my family I let my creative pursuits wither until I was barely alive. Eventually, circumstances beyond my control prompted me to try to write the narrative of that portion of my life. It turned into my first novel. About six months ago, I decided to return to the music that I had neglected for so long. (I had been a professional musician in my early years, but put the instrument down for over two decades.)
    I am constantly reminded of how short our time here is, and cherish every moment left.
    Kudos to you in your efforts to do the same.
    Chazz Vincent

    • Oh, that so wonderful! That you were brave enough to once again pick up a pen, which became so fruitful, and now your instrument!

      Yes, me too. I have two younger girls who have grown and are growing so quickly, right before my eyes. A husband who loves every part of me. I’m reminded every single day just how important it is to live vulnerably and wholeheartedly. Writing is a vital component to that for me. I caged that part for far too long.

      Thank you so much for sharing of yourself! I’m humbled, and it’s lovely to meet you. ๐Ÿ’œ


  5. Well, I have to follow you Kay! I am releasing a book called The Unhappy Wife, which includes 12 short stories inspired by real marriages. Seems we have some common ground. Glad to meet you ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Welcome! Yes, I’ve been sharing here for a few years. It’s been a journey and evolution, and I’m fortunate to have found such a lovely community here.

      It is a photo I made in my likeness. Thank you!

  7. And it was just in time that I saw your award free status – I was going to nominate you for the Sunshine Award, Versatile Blogger … thingy, the Liebster Award, the Blogger Recognition Award, the One Lovely Blogger Award and the Black Cat, Blue Seas Award. You made a lucky escape there, Kay! ๐Ÿ˜€
    Hope you’re having a beautiful day!
    Kindness – Robert.

  8. Hey Kay, its Dr Meg aka Megan! I’ve started a second blog for edgier material. And i’ve dragged Sandra and Diane along with me! ๐Ÿ˜€ I hope you’ll check it out!

  9. You truly have a way with words and it would have been an absolute shame if you had never picked up your pen (keyboard?) again. Happy to read your work and I look forward to getting to know you through your posts ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Hello Kay,
    I can’t seem to find your email. I’d like to discuss something with you if you have the time. If you don’t have my email, please let me know and I will send it to you. Thanks. ๐Ÿ™‚

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