When I first started reading Lion’s post for this morning, I thought he was going to steal my thunder. I’ve been thinking about putting him back in a collar. One of his Box O’Fun options is having his hands tied. They won’t be tied. We have various designs of cuffs. But I was thinking it would be good to be able to affix his hands to his collar. But first I had to find a collar.
I forget if I mentioned that my son is near here for training for two weeks. Depending on his schedule, he thinks he’ll be able to spend a night or two with us. With that in mind, I needed to clean our spare bedroom. The bonus is that a lot of toys were hiding in there. The blindfold and the collars, some dildos, some paddles, etc.
I dragged all sorts of stuff out of that room. No blindfold and three collars, although not the collar I was looking for. I know that spare bedroom seemed like a black hole. We’d throw stuff in there when he didn’t know what else to do with it and it just swallowed it right up. I never imagined it would swallow up the blindfold completely. And where is his red collar? Clearly we have another black hole somewhere.
While Lion was in the shower I decided to see what blindfolds Extreme Restraints have. I found one with a Velcro closure. My thinking was that if I ordered one, the other one would magically appear. That happens a lot. I figured once the other one showed up we’d have a blindfold for the camper too. I also ordered an ostrich feather tickler. Lion loves to have his balls tickled as I edge him. Ironically, when I told Lion about my purchase he said he ordered a blindfold too. With Velcro closure. From Extreme Restraints. Sometimes we’re on the same page. Other times it seems we’re not even in the same book. Oh well.
As I said, I found three collars. There was a black leather locking collar, an extremely soft might-have-been-red-once orange collar and a burgundy collar with “LION” written on it. I told Lion of my plans to connect his cuffed hands to a collar and he put the collar on. No matter how comfortable a collar feels, it’s not the easiest thing to get used to wearing. By bed time he was asking if his neck was red. It wasn’t but I figured he’d had the collar on long enough. I’ll have him wear it for longer and longer bursts of time so it will become comfortable and part of his wardrobe.