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Exposure: Sinful Sunday

I show my body on the internet.

Here.

Instagram.

Tumblr.

But only on a few, rare occasions have I shown images that felt intimate.

This is one of those.

An image that makes me feel exposed.

exposed

Jump on over to Molly’s and see what other sinful things are going on this Sunday.

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Hooked: Sinful Sunday

Hello my dear and lovely readers,

And welcome to my contribution to this week’s Sinful Sunday.

If you follow me on social media, then you may have seen that a new sex toy came in the mail this week. A big, shiny anal hook.

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A Few of My Favorite Things: Sinful Sunday

Welcome to my contribution to this week’s Sinful Sunday.

April’s theme was favorite, and this picture includes so many of my favorite things.

First and foremost, Him. M. My Sir. Daddy. Lover. Partner. Husband. Friend.

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A Peak of Spring #SinfulSunday

While there was lots of kinky debauchery going on this weekend at the McConnell house–it was Daddy’s birthday after all–Saturday was an amazingly nice day and demanded some time lounging in the hammock while the kiddos climbed trees in the side yard.

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The Image of an Image: Sinful Sunday

Inspired by the Sinful Sunday meme run by Molly, where it’s all about the image.

I love this, the image of an image. You can’t really see anything, yet you see everything.

You can’t tell, but I’m blindfolded here. About an hour into play. I was a wreck. A hot mess. The sheets were soaked. He’d been in my mouth. His fingers in my pussy. He’d used the Cush. The King.

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Orange Is the New Black: Sinful Sunday

It’s been a long week in the McConnell house, and Saturday night was a night to let go and enjoy some carnal delights. Which lead to this week’s Sinful Sunday contribution.

Apparently, orange is the new black.

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