Reading between the lines

Quite ironic writing this, given the other blog today was about Earth Day, and all the matters relating to helping to protect the planet, and then I do this one about a car journey yesterday. But fine, there is a special reason, even if I didnt make the journey then.

Yesterday, the other 2 from here went out for a while on a trip. Ella asked Eric where he wanted to go, and his answer initially was the coast, and then he added, Blackpool. To say both of us were surprised by his choice was putting it mildly. I mean, after all, the last time he was there, was collecting me from hospital at the end of my stay there after my seizures, and yes, he was on the tram with me when they happened. I suppose there is an assumption that he wanted to put it behind him, but who knows?

Put it this way, I do want to, at some point, go back to Blackpool, and ride the trams myself. Hell, I’m still hoping I can get back to work at the Winter Gardens at some point, though in truth, until I see the neurologist, I have no idea how practical that aim will be. My mobility was questionable at times before this, and as for now…? But yes, until I’m told otherwise, its still a target. But do it, yesterday, no way.

The other reason why I wouldnt have wanted to do it yesterday is the simple one, the matter of timing. A sunny, Easter Sunday, at one of the more popular holiday resorts in the country, for a very much disabled lady, I dont think so. I’m hoping, all things permitting, that maybe this autumn I can get there, (have 3 nights credit from last month, generously from guest house), see the illuminations, and ride the tram for the full length. Practical? Who knows, but it gives me a target at least at present. No, I’m not seriously committing to anything before I get the views of the neurologist, but hopefully I can still do something with my life at least.

Retirement on medical grounds sounds quite likely, but a quiet, church mouse type retirement, I hope not! Though I do accept acting roles might be beyond my realm, all the same. But to never see Blackpool again, I really hope not!

OK, video time. I must admit this song title always amused me, from a group I enjoy the music of. Funnily enough, despite the title, its nothing to do with Jean Harlow. But its about dreams, and how things dont always work out as planned. Thankfully I dont have any parents left to worry about! Prelude are great, please give it a listen, just for this old lady’s sake, OK?

Morality in a mind control world?

Its fair to say that generally in mind control stories, moral scruples are one of the last things that the controller seems to worry about. So yes, its fair to say that when you read a concept where the main rule is that you can only mind control willing victims, off an agreed list, or face the consequences, is quite something. But yes, I found one today, and rather good it is too!

http://192.155.80.152/List/index.html

Oh fine, I’d love to be on that willing submissive list, but I suspect they’re looking for younger, prettier women than me! Oh, and on top of that, its fiction of course, but anyway…its a great idea! Though fine, I might prefer to remember being controlled, than having it all erased as a fond memory, but hey, you cant have everything!

I would imagine the concept of morally needing to clean everything away afterwards might come as strange to some wannabee mind controllers, but hey, I like it! I suppose because both sides get the bit (or lot) of kink that they seek, but then at the end of it, everything is fine! Interesting to explain to potential mind controlled submissives though, but obviously it appeals to more than me. Hmm?

Talking about morality in your actions, reminds me a lot about acting, in that you get to play parts that really arent you! But yes, again, I always enjoyed doing that. Hey, I probably even played dominant type roles, and that definitely isnt me!

Right, video time. I have no idea why I havent used this before, even if the title in no way reflects Jean Harlow, you cant believe I wouldnt have used a song called Platinum Blonde by now! But in a sense, this fits here, as it talks about a young lady, acting in a role that really wasnt her, and though she started off enjoying it, despite what she done, she soon changed her mind. Me, yes, I’ve done some weird stuff in my time, but doesnt mean I wouldnt do it again, given the chance. Oh, and fine, I’m a Platinum Blonde too!

I suspect most of my readers will not have heard of Prelude, but you should have! They are probably most famous for the acapella version of the Neil Young song, After The Goldrush, but this is pretty good too, give it a chance without me needing to mind control you! 😛