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Thursday, March 10, 2016

Becoming His Prefection

Hyacinth posed the next question:

Don't know if the first time I posted the question to you it went through since my laptop needed to charge, Here goes....Question from Hyacinth, an avid reader of your blog.

I have read in your earlier posts that Omega want to make you his perfection. Now that you have accepted his poly relationship, have you now become his perfection?

That left mouse scratching her head for a moment. First, not sure if perfection is ever completely possible because he changes as it goes, what might have been terribly important yesterday, may not be that important tomorrow.. According to him it's not about accepting anything, but more about an ideal, pleasing, slave -- for him.

What Omega has always wanted is for mouse to feel safe, cared for, physically and mentally healthy, and yes, loved. He has always said that perfection is a personal goal, not a literal meaning. It's not about a spotless house or what some might consider a "perfect" life. It's more to Daddy about being happy and seeing those around us happy as well. He said that each Master has his idea of perfection, and it varies -- because we're all different.


  1. Perfection is what we make it...huh...never thought of it that way!

    We put so much pressure on ourselves to be perfect (void of imperfections), to fit into a nicely wrapped box, but no one has a perfectly wrapped box, so who's to say a box with tattered ribbon and faded paper isn't perfect? Maybe imperfection makes us perfect...

  2. I also meant to ask if you knew your blog made the top 100 sex bloggers list? You were 12 or 13, I think! Go you!

    See here:

    1. Thank you so very much for letting mouse know! Had no clue....lucky 13❤️❤️❤️❤️

  3. Greetings to your family mouse. Thank you for taking the time to respond to my question. You are an excellent writer, mouse. You create wonderful imagery with your words.

    PS: I agree with Misty. We are all perfectly imperfect and that is OK.

    1. Thanks for the compliment!



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