So I’ve mentioned that Steel and I met over the internet.  Specifically, we met through the blog.  What I’ve left out until now is that he has a blog of his own.

Because of reasons, we kept our relationship off the blogs, and while we obviously write about each other often, we’ve kept out identifying details, and he’s adjusted dates/times on his blog, so it’s not overly obvious to those who follow both of us (if I talk about visiting him in December, and he writes his version of events in December, it’s just too easy to connect the dots).

The blogosphere is a small world, and it made sense (and still does make sense, in a lot of ways) to keep it quiet.  But what can I say, I’m not always a sensible person.  It’s alright, though, I have embraced my neuroses.  So we agreed (or, more accurately, I dictated and he good-naturedly chuckled at said neuroses and said, “Yes, Ma’am”) that the relationship would no longer be kept off the blogs.

Steel calls me V on his blog, which you can find here.  I may be a tad on the biased side, but I’m a huge fangirl of his blog (and that has only a little bit to do with how eloquently he feeds my ego).  The boy could write fucking stereo instructions and I’d be all over that shit like a teenage girl reading Twilight.

In less than 2 months we’ll be together again, and he’ll be back in my arms where he belongs.  I can’t wait.


11 thoughts on “V

  1. slave tasha says:

    Imagine my surprise just now after realizing that i already follow Steel. He’s so tuned in to where i am as Master’s slave. Now, i know why! 💜

  2. Mrs Fever says:

    I’ve had relationships with other bloggers. On the one hand, the temptation exists to say, “This one? He’s mine.” On the other hand, it’s a rabbit hole I’m not ready to go down. The world is a very small place; the blogosphere – especially the little corner of it I inhabit – is miniscule.

    I already follow Steel (no surprise, I’m sure) and, having read you often, I now have a clear(er) picture of the mysterious V. I’m curious, from a sociological standpoint, whether the knowledge will influence how people (myself included) will read/interpret your posts hereforward.

    I’m happy for you both that you’ll be seeing each other in the flesh again soon. Long distance is tough. Enjoy every minute. 🙂

    • Domina Jen says:

      Thank you! You’re right, it’s a big decision, and took me a year to finally decide to go down that rabbit hole. Will I perhaps regret it? It’s a possibility, but I doubt it. But I sure as hell don’t regret owning him or getting into a relationship with him.

      And as far as his blog, and the mysterious V, I’ve actually never been in a relationship with a blogger (much less such an eloquent one). It’s a completely new experience to get that unique look into his mind and his perception of me and our relationship. I’ve actually learned a bit about the way I Domme someone from reading his side of conversations and events on his blog, and the thoughts that went through his head.

      The Tone of Voice post was a perfect example. I remember what he’s referring to, of course, but I didn’t deliberately make my voice sound that way, and when he told me later how it affected him, I wasn’t sure what he was talking about. It was only after I read the post that I went, “Ohhhhh, *that’s* what he meant.” So there are patterns, inflections, and expressions in myself that I’ve only learned about through reading his blog. And I love having that unique window to his head. I’ve never had that before, even when I’ve had subs write journals, because a blog is so public, it’s meant to be public, and he’s writing to an audience about me, instead of writing to me.

      Thank you so much for the kind words. I’m definitely excited to see him again!

  3. slave tasha says:

    As a submissive, i totally identified with his Tone of Voice post. Master and i discussed it and He too isn’t aware of the change in His voice. It’s a mesmerizing affirmation of His dominance of a willing soul and cunt. 💜

  4. I just discovered your blog, through his. I was just getting to grips with who everyone was so this is exciting but a little confusing.

    Yours blogs are both gripping reads. Looking forward to reading about the meet.

  5. I missed seeing this post, and stumbled onto your connection to him via another post of yours. I can only say that you’re both incredibly lucky. His intellect and demeanor are infinitely engaging, and I’m coming to the same opinion of you, though we’ve interacted on a much less personal level.

    I’m finding myself greedy like a kid in a candy store to read more of your interactions from both perspectives. Simply delicious.

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