I've been reading blogs this morning, and found some fun posts to share.
Water Conservation and Femdom by Emma
Emma talks about the importance she places on water conservation given that she now lives in an arid climate, and her boy scott's lack of concern for the issue. She of course also mentions how she will address that given the female dominant basis of their marriage.
I found the post interesting on many levels because like Emma I am very concerned about water conservation. While I don't live in an arid climate, I do live in a place of spectacular natural beauty, and I feel that conserving water helps the environment populated by the myriad of living beings that make it so. I also am without government provided water, so my water is my responsibility. When one is personally responsible for something I think it causes one to exercise greater care and judgement. No 'tragedy of the commons here.'
That said, it was also a fun post because it's always great to read about husbands being properly disciplined by their superior wives!
XM's male slave Stable by saratoga
Recently I made some comments on saratoga's blog about the possibility for, and proper management of good relationships with multiple slaves. saratoga has kindly highlighted those comments of mine in this post. I hope you follow the link, and enjoy the little thoughts I gave there.
More On Bloggers New Warning Screen On This Blog by saratoga
Without explanation or recourse Blogger has placed a warning screen that one must go through before being able to read saratoga's blog. As a result, he has lost 25 % of his readership. Incidents like this one seem to be happening more and more with Blogger, hence my recent post on the topic which can be found here.
I greatly appreciate what blogger has done for me personally and what they have done for the femdom community as a whole. They provide a wonderful tool for communication, and pay all the costs associated with the use of that tool. In return, they of course have the right to set limits on the use of that tool. That said, to me anyway, the tool looses it's value when it becomes unclear exactly what those limits are, and exactly what process will be followed if those limits are broken. As I mentioned before, incidents such as this are making me concerned about blogger, and I am looking at other options. I continue to experiment with Movable Type, I do not know if that is what I will ultimately end up with though as it does seem a good deal less user friendly than blogger.
I hope that you will visit saratoga's blog today, let's get those 25% of lost visitors back to him.
Another Blogger's View of The Warning Screen by saratoga
This follow-up post presents what I imagine is a very valid thought about the perceived changes in Bloggers procedures.