Post Number: 12
|Posted on Tuesday, August 26, 2008 - 08:16 pm: ||
If this summer gets any worse, I'm going to write my congressman and demand he supply me with a new one!
The hubby and I have been in the process of moving since last October when he left for Kansas, leaving me behind to sell the house and get everything packed to move. I bought the last available storage unit in the whole silly town, filled it, and then filled my locking (I thought) shed with what was left over with all those things that I might want to have access to on the spur of the moment.
Then it occurred to me that I might have a better chance of selling my house if the tarantulas I raise weren't in it. I packed up my zoo and moved in with my loving, forgiving and not too terribly arachnophobic sisters.
Last month my shed was broken into and every single solitary box of DVDs, all the hubby's power tools, the air rifle and my music CDs were all stolen. I called the police, filled out the report, contacted the insurance company, and started moving my stuff up to my sisters' house where I could keep a closer eye on it.
Well, I just got back from hauling the last of it and made the nasty discovery that, in addition to all of the above, those cussed burglars stole one of my boxes of toys! Who in their right mind steals paddles, straps and bondage equipment. I mean, my GOD! I understand well how they might require the use of it after a night of nefarious thievery, but still!
I've been sitting here for the last hour, simmering with just enough frustration to actually consider amending my police report (unlike the power tools, I CAN describe every single one of those paddles, straps and harnesses in explicit stitch-by-stitch detail) and enough mortification to know better. I don't know how I'm going to tell my husband. Dang, how low can a body get!
Post Number: 1882
|Posted on Wednesday, August 27, 2008 - 04:52 pm: ||
That sucks! I'm sure the thieves were just grabbing boxes so I wonder what they thought when they opened the one containing your toys? I bet they were planning to pawn what they could...but what can they do with someone else's used playthings? Wait...no, I don't want to know after all.
I guess this means you'll have to replenish your supplies. Maybe we should start a collection for you. I'm sure I have a couple of unused extra toys laying around somewhere.
Post Number: 18
|Posted on Wednesday, August 27, 2008 - 06:26 pm: ||
Well, fortunately for me, they didn't get the, er, marital aids. But of what I can take stock of, all the gags, restraints and bondage gear are gone. The Jokari paddle and the little rubber one are gone. The whip is gone, which I feel bad about because I've had that the longest. Got if from a Sci-fi convention, of all places. And, I knew if I looked long enough I'd find the silver lining. There's one in every cloud.
They took the Punishment Paddle. Bwa-hahahaha!
I followed the link on this site to Leather Thorn Paddles. Boy, I can't wait to get paid so I can go shopping there. That Brat Loop Paddle is so coming home with me.}}
Post Number: 3550
|Posted on Thursday, August 28, 2008 - 02:48 pm: ||
Maren, as aggrevating and frustrating as this is, maybe it is just the thing to start on a new even more exciting collection. Just think of the possiblities. Sorry to hear about the whip though, that sucks. Maybe you can find another from a Sci-Fi place. Good luck.
Queen of Innocence
"Well behaved woman rarely make history"