“You always have to be in control” he whispered. I smiled and asked “Who doesn’t want to be in control?” He laughed.

That deep and hearty laugh that I loved. I tenderly kissed his lips. I smiled as I licked my tongue across his lips. I put the blind fold on him.

“My turn” I said. I tightened his neckties around his wrists and tied him to the bed post. He began to rise with thoughts of ecstasy. “Relax baby. I got this” I said. He smiled and said “I love you.”

“I know” I said. I turned on the music. Nice and slow. ‘Adore’ by Prince was blaring through the wireless speakers.

I added the hot oil to his body. Slow and deep I began to massage the oil all over his chest and arms. His stomach and down his legs. Missing his manhood on purpose I began to massage his feet.

“Damn” he muttered.

I smiled.

I began to massage his thighs. Deeper and slower. Making my way up to the most important part of his body. I raised myself up and sat on his member. Sweet satisfaction filled me.

Slowly I began to ride.

I wanted to be in control. This situation. This moment with him mattered. I moved to the rhythm of the music. I controlled my hips to start and stop the pleasure I was giving him.


I loved being in control. Secretly, he did too.

He begged me to stop. “Not too fast” he stammered. I increased my speed as I rode him. Faster and faster.

He screamed.

He released.

“I love you being in control” he whispered. “I know babe and I love you too” I said.



Today’s post is inspired by the Daily Post. The word prompt was control

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Today is Prince’s Birthday

Yes, today is Prince’s birthday. I will drink purple flavored drinks, think peaceful thoughts and listen to your music as I work out. I will go home later and climb in bed and watch Purple Rain wondering what the world will do without an incredible artist. Happy Birthday Prince Rogers Nelson! Rest in Paradise brother!


RIP to the Phenomenal Purple One

Today the world learned that the one and only purple passionate one has died. I’m talking about Prince Rogers Nelson. The man who changed not only the music industry but the world with his music. I, like many of you, am a Prince fan.

His music was by far one of the reasons for my sanity today. His music helped me get through many tough times. Not sure how? Check out the lyrics to “Let’s Go Crazy”. He told you that there was a God. That everything will be alright in the after world. That you have to enjoy this life why you’re in it.



‘Cause in this life
Things are much harder than in the after world
In this life
You’re on your own

And if the elevator tries to bring you down
Go crazy, punch a higher floor

We’re all excited
But we don’t know why
Maybe it’s ’cause
We’re all gonna die

And when we do (When we do)
What’s it all for (What’s it all for)
You better live now
Before the grim reaper come knocking on your door

Now, if that right there don’t let you know that God is real! Whew! I’m thankful that this man loved him some God and believed that this life and pain we go through is only temporary.

But, not just his love for God, but his love for woman made me hope and pray that someday I would find a man like him. A man that would just love me. A man who was not above telling me like Prince said in “Adore”...

Baby, yes
Until the end of time
I’ll be there for you
You own my heart and mind
I truly adore you
If God one day struck me blind
Your beauty I’d still see
Love is to weak to define
Just what you mean to me

I am thankful that the purple one that gave me so much peace and passion through his music is in a better place. Prince Rogers Nelson (June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016) you are forever in our hearts and minds. Know that you are phenomenal and we will always remember.


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Just Me

I want to welcome my new followers. This blog is a collection of my thoughts, dreams, aspirations, parenting, social and dating experiences. My high horse journalistic point of view. I blog about things that affect me as a mom, woman, black person, Christian, etc or just topics that I find interesting.



So, I thought I would tell you a few things about me:

  • I’m a feminist. Black feminist. Why do I say a black feminist? Because I’m black and a feminist. I support the equality of women, but I can’t help but feel that black women have continually been left out of the movements in which we support. I want to change that.


  • I’m a mom to a beautiful boy who helps me to realize that my life matters more because I have him looking up to me. He’s 7. He speaks French. He loves soccer. He’s not athletic. He’s still innocent. He hasn’t been tarnished by the “real” world yet.


  • I love sci-fi and Prince. Yep, it’s a weird combination and some would say that I’m nerdy. Probably. But, honestly you can’t go wrong with an episode of The Walking Dead and screaming “I would die for you” at the top of your lungs.



  • I am a woman of faith and that faith is the foundation of everything in my life. You may see me write a post about church or God to remind folks to appreciate the awesomeness of God and being able to express that love. I have a wonderful church that I’ve attended for the last 25 years and I thank God daily that my son was blessed and baptized in my home church. My munch even sings in the church choir.



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  • I’m a southern girl. Born and raised. I love pork, but won’t eat a lot of fried foods (think high cholesterol). I love tea but will drink it unsweetened instead of the typical sweet tea (think diabetes). But, my attitude is friendly and I have a southern accent with a southern mentality.



So welcome and enjoy and please feel free to comment. I love the interaction from fellow bloggers. I am truly grateful that you chose to follow me.