Spring into some Kinky Action

Spring into some Kinky Action

Spring is in the air even though many of us can not get out to enjoy it at them moment.

When I thought about a photo I wanted to share my mind returned to last year, early spring. We were in Wales and the sun was shining.

One afternoon we went outside for a picnic with a bottle of wine and took some photos as well as enjoying some kinky action. Those images and the sex that occurred that afternoon is actually the most viewed post on my blog and you can check it out here.

This image was taken at the time and never shared.

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One of the things I like about this image is the sun going down on the horizon. The wall is also amazing. I actually didn’t notice a wine glass sitting on the corner gate post until further inspection. As I mentioned we’d had a picnic outside with a bottle of wine.  Just a glass or two which lead to relaxed images and some sexy fun.  Many would think that it is slightly decadent behaviour. But usually we work hard so like to enjoy our holidays.

But when does alcohol actually become a problem?

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During my life alcohol has come and gone. When I was a young women many of my friends felt I drank too much. And some would say I am during this lockdown period too. But I have also experienced years of sobriety. And have always been able to turn down a drink.

I was reading a post earlier on today from a new blogger Liam. If you have not been over to his blog then take a look. His sincerity shines though his work.

Anyhow his article got me thinking. Liam reflects back on a time he was relatively sober and the other person he was with, was drunk –

The whole experience got me thinking… if that’s how I’d felt because of how drunk she was and what it caused her to do, how were the people sleeping with me feeling. READ MORE

I said earlier that my friends moaned at me about drinking too much. Well, I simply told them it was my life, but something happened that changed that – and I stopped drinking for several years.

Seeing the other side of the bottle!

When I was a student I had a job two lunch times a week in a very up market bar owned by a once famous football player. It was always full of those kind of people who drink pink champagne at lunch times. But most had to get back to work so were reasonably moderate with regards to how much.

My boss only opened in the evenings if there was a party coming in. On one occasion he asked me to help host such an evening with him.

During the evening I watched one woman get drunker and drunker as the night progressed until she actually slipped off her bar-stool and fell in a heap on the floor.

It slightly disgusted me and really opened my eyes.  Made me think did I look so dreadful when I was drunk?

I lessened my alcohol intake until after a while I simply was not drinking any more.

I also feel any addiction runs in the family and one of my birth brothers was an alcoholic.


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18 thoughts on “Spring into some Kinky Action

  1. That’s definitely a fun picture and I did not notice the glass of wine either until you pointed it out!
    Alcohol huh, it seems to touch everyone at some points in their lives. At least you have control over it

  2. You just reminded me of a time in my teenage years – I was 14, I think – where I saw an aunt of mine so terrible drunk, and it disgusted young me back then. That, together with my father, might be why I don’t like drunk people and also make sure I don’t drink to the point where I am drunk.
    Love that image!

    Rebel xox

  3. I love that shot! fucking hot af.
    And i like how you incorporated Liam in your post. I think we are so much alike and drinking too much and then quitting.
    Now it is cool to be part of the #sobercurious movement. No more closing down the bars and getting a booty call. LOL

  4. I adore the image, with the sun going down in the back ground looks just beautiful. Furthermore, thank you so much for the shout out it really means a big difference to me feeling so welcomed.
    Finally I love the post, its funny how just seeing someone like that can open your eyes to the idea of it being a problem. A straightforward and lovely post. Enjoyable to read.

  5. This is the best image. Why wouldn’t it be something to be walking down a country road and come across this sight. I am not sure what I would do, would I untie her or undress her?

  6. That’s a great image to share. I have never been a big drinker and I think some of that is looking at my mum when she was drunk – although she was a happy drunk it wasn’t pretty.

    Thank you and take care ?

    Sweet x

  7. That picture conjures up some fantasies.

    I kind of miss how situations like these can be “lubricated” with a bit of alcohol…but knowing my family history I’d rather not take the risk…

    ok now I have to read the original post.

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