Made me LOL
Dude just had a bad day
When my sweet Daddy sucks on my pierced nipples and touches my body… The feeling is so intense and right.
When did you realize that you loved Vinnie? -womanintheshadows
I know Vinnie’s answer to this was breathtaking and you should all know I’m having a hard time putting down my thoughts on this one, unlike Daddy.
How can I put those soft moments into words?
- When we meet eyes the first time and just for a moment there was a pause. The whole world hesitated for that moment because it was ours.
- When he first met my lips with his and I really did think I was floating.
- When he called me “Kiddo” and I was worried that I gasped too loud. It just sounds *right* from his lips.
- When he ran his fingers through my hair and it tingled all the way to my toes.
- When he made me kneel at his boots and my world looked like it fit together from that point of view.
- When he marked me and I felt what it was like to be owned. Bliss.
- When he kissed my marks and made the pain dissolve.
- When he put his collar on me and I knew, permanently, that my Daddy was mine and I was his.
My list of moments I think all made me know I loved Daddy is endless, I must confess.
But of course, I know the real single moment I knew I was in love with him. It was the first time I called him “Daddy”.
I don’t think many of you know that I hadn’t ever used the name. Mainly because to me it was priceless and I knew I didn’t want to just hand it out to anyone. I wanted it to come naturally from my lips. I wanted to mean it. I wanted those letters fit together to have fluidity, to know it was the right person to be given to. A gift from a vulnerable little girl who was finally found.
It was a hard place to be…lost… and when I called him “Daddy” the first time it wasn’t planned… it wasn’t forced. In fact, I hardly knew I said it until I heard my own voice and that’s when I knew I wasn’t lost anymore. I found THE one, My Daddy.
We found each other in that moment and I’m madly in love with him. He saved me, he saved my lost little girl.