In honor of #TMITuesday, I’m going to join in the overshare-fest.
I am versatile. I have a dominant side as well as a submissive side. Not a huge revelation, but there it is. For those who know me “in real life,” however, this can be a controversial assertion.
Anyone who follows me on twitter has heard me call myself an “Alpha Cub.” I hope they know that that’s meant to be humorous. I get that I’m not a ‘Dom’ or Sir. I’ll never be a Master. Yes, I know that my description of an alpha cub doesn’t match your definition of an alpha pup…it’s a joke!
What’s not a joke is that I do have a side of me that, while not a hardcore Sir, nevertheless desires to be in charge. I want to take care of ABDL’s, cubs and littles as well as be one myself. I want to handle pups and top and tie people up. I want to take charge of a scene. I want to be dominant, without necessarily being a Dom.
There are those that I know who assert that I cannot be anything but subby or a bottom. This is usually because, with them, I’ve been submissive either TO them or AROUND them. What these people fail to realize is that, while I may not have topped them, that doesn’t mean I can’t top in general. Ask my husband whether I can top—I guarantee he’ll have a different opinion, as will the other cubs, AB’s, etc. that I’ve cared for. Not that I need to provide references, mind you. Or prove myself. If I haven’t topped you and you assert that I can’t, maybe there’s a reason.
My point is, not having topped or been dominant with someone doesn’t indicate I can’t do so with others. It may just be the situation…or the person…or maybe it was at a time when I wasn’t ready. Like everyone else, I am human. I allow for the fact that people change and grow over time and take on different roles or identities as they do so. I ask for the same respect.
I made sure to give my husband a warm welcome last weekend. My puppy deserves to come home to this every day.
One week ago today, my puppy and I went on a mini-adventure. He had worked all day Saturday and was on duty all night Saturday night (he’s in the Navy), so he was very tired. Nevertheless, he showed up at my hotel room first thing Sunday morning and I got him padded up for a trip.
We boarded a train and headed up the coast of California to Anaheim. On the trip, he was so sweet and took a nap up against me. Soon, we arrived at Disney and, thanks to our military discount, didn’t have to go bankrupt to enter the parks.
The day was spent running around like cubs through Disneyland, California Adventure and Downtown Disney. Because I’d brought changes (which embarrassed my puppy a bit when our bag was searched at the entrance, hehe), he didn’t have to worry about the potty all day. He got to be little—which I made sure to remind him of from time to time. Asking if he needed a change and threatening to check his diaper brought a little blush to his cheeks every time. At one point, I even came close to dragging him into the family restroom to change him. He was blushy, but I know he liked the attention. @(^_^)@
It was such a perfect day. That evening, we had dinner at a very nice restaurant and then took the train back down the coast. He slept on the way back and I couldn’t wait until we were back in the hotel room so I could cuddle him properly. Once home, I held my padded pup all night until he had to leave for work in the morning.
I always make a conscious effort to savor every diaper change, every cuddle, every moment together. The navy puts a lot of demands on his time and keeps us apart a lot. We make the most of it, though, and I can’t wait until our next time together. And, of course, I look forward to when he won’t be stationed so far away and we can be cubs together all the time—with me, as Alpha Cub, in charge, of course! :P
Glassware can get pretty expensive especially if you’re in college and always getting sht faced and breaking your glasses. Start just using your empty beer bottles and turning them into your new glasses. Look dope, easy to make and cheap! Follow these 5 easy steps.
Step 1 – Grab a beer bottle preferably with thick glass such as corona bottles. Tie a string just above the label on the empty bottle
Step 2 – Keep the string tied and soak it in lighter fluid.
Step 3 – Put the string back on the bottle and hold it horizontally. Light the sting rotating the bottle so the flame spreads. You should hear the bottle crack slightly in about 10 seconds.
Step 4 – After you hear the crack, pour cold water on the string and the top of the bottle will fall off.
Step 5 – Now grab sandpaper and sand the edges of the bottle till it is smooth.I wanna do this!
Deed to buy booze for friends so I can do this with the bottles after!!